Etymology: Art The word of “Art” is derived from Latin word Artem

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Etymology:

Art

The word of “Art” is derived from Latin word Artem.

Root:

Suffix:

Ar (Fit together, Join)

Ar-tem (Latin; Art, Skill, Craft)

Also in Greek “arti” (just), “artios” (complete)

Armenian “arnam” (make)

German “art” (manner, mode)

New word = Article

Root:

Suffix:

Suffix 2:

Ar (Fit together, Join)

Ar-tus (Joint)

Arti-culus (Part of Written)

Literature

The Latin word of “Litterae” is derived from Greek word diphthera,?? διφθέρα, διϕϑέρα (skin, leather)

Root:

Suffix: suff: TURE

Suffix 2:

Litterae (Letter)

Littera-tus (Learned, Cultured)

Littera-tu-ra (System of Letters, Writing)

Philanthropy

The word of “Philanthropy” is derived from Greek word “Philanthropia”.

Root 1: Phil (Loving)

Root 2: Anthropos (Mankind)

Philanthropy = Benevolence, Humanity

New Word = Philanthropically

Root 1: Phil (Loving)

Root 2: Anthropos (Mankind)

Suffix 1: Philanthropi-cal (Characterized by Philanthropy; Loving or Helping Mankind)

Suffix 2: Philanthropi-cal-ly (Generous, Benevolent)

Proposal

Prefix:

Root:

Pro (Before, Forward)

Pose (Put in a Certain Position) al (Offer) Suffix:

New Word = Poser

Root: Pose (Put in a Certain Position)

Suffix: Pose-r (a person who habitually pretends to be something he is not)

NEW WORD WITH PRO

WITH AL

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Still Life with Woodpecker (1980)

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Skinny Legs and All (1990)

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Ash Wednesday (1930)

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