fiber is American English
Originally Posted by jonl1983
It's FIBRE not FIBER!!!! Learn to spell!!!
"fibre" is the "original" English word; "fibra" in Italian language
Sixty percent of the English language comes from Latin.
bestia -bestial, bestiality
schola-scholar, school, scholastic
mira-miracle, miraculous, mirage
obscura-obscure, obscured, obscurity
occupare-occupy, occupation, occupational
patria-patriotic, expatriate, patriotism
italian "farina" (flour) is in English "farina":
- a fine meal of vegetable matter (as cereal grains) used chiefly for puddings or as a breakfast cereal
-any of various powdery or mealy substances
Considering that the forum and the blog here is American...
(like color and colour )
@Touring; thank you Oslo, Norway! greetings from Italy!