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(Greek > Late Latin: to do, to accomplish)
(Late Latin: feeler, to feel; a flexible appendage serving as an organ for moving around or for touching)
(Greek: katta to Late Latin: cattus)
(Greek: korizesthai, "to caress"; via Late Latin: corisma)
(Greek -issa > Late Latin -issa > Old French -esse > Middle English -esse: a suffix that forms nouns meaning a female +++, as in lioness, tigress, heiress, hostess, and sculptress)
(from Late Latin, 1526, genuflectionem (genuflexio), from stem of genuflectere "genuflect", from Latin genu, "knee" + flectere< "to bend")
(Latin: from Old French seculer; from Late Latin sæcularis, worldly, living in the world, not belonging to a religious order; from saecularis, pertaining to a generation or age; from saeculum, saeclum, period of a man's life, generation; period of a hundred years)
(Latin: weighty, important, grave [from French sérieux (feminine sériuse), from Late Latin seriosus, from earlier Latin serius])
(Latin: Chinese, from Medieval Latin Sinicus, "Chinese", from Sina, "China", from Late Latin Sinae, "the Chinese"; Sino-, "Chinese people, language, etc.")