Similar words can be formed from the Latin for mother (mater). What are they?
If you demonstrate filial duty what are you demonstrating?
If you have a servile nature, what kind of nature do you have?
Why is a fraternity called a fraternity? Or a sorority called a sorority?
Why are canine teeth called canine teeth?
Why is a triclinium called a triclinium?
What other words can you find in English which have 'tri-' or 'cline' in them? What do they mean?
What is horticulture?
How about agriculture?
So what does -cult- mean?
Give some English words derived from scribit.
If you lead a sedentary life, what kind of life do you lead?
What is wrong with a bibulous man?
What English words derive from laborat?
patricide; paternal; paternity; matricide; maternal; maternity; filial; fratricide; fraternal; fraternity; sorority; servile; canine; decline; recline; incline; horticulture; agriculture; scribe; scripture; script; labour; Labour; laboratory; dormitory; sedentary; bibulous; vestibule; January (from ianua); cubicle; latrine; atrium; culinary; peristyle