1. Ce qui reste en terre d'un arbre coupé.
3. Origine. La souche de la famille.
4. Talon. Un carnet ŕ souches.
(Linguistics) The form of a word after all affixes are removed; SYN. root word, base, stem, theme, radical.
In language, the basic element from which a word is derived. The root is a morpheme, a unit that cannot be subdivided. The Latin word dominus (“master”), for example, is a root from which many English words are derived, such as “dominate”, “dominion”, and “domino”.
A number that when multiplied by itself some number of times equals a given number.
Of an equation, a value that satisfies the equality. For example, x = 0 and x = 5 are roots of the equation x2 -5x = 0.
1. To take root; begin to grow; of plants.
2. To have an origin or base.
3. To noisily applaud or encourage a contestant or team; cheer.
4. To wish the success of or lend support to someone or something.