Equal, equality, and equate derive from the Latin word aequus, which means level or even. In some religions, the nature to be interested, curious, and have doubts is equated to unfaithfulness. We can see that the country’s rapid economic growth and development have changed the subcontinent equations, which means there is a new balance of power.
A person who is steady and calm in all situations is said to be one of equable nature. Yoga and meditation are supposed to help you attain equable nature. It can also be used to explain something which is relatively stable and does not vary. Showing equanimity means controlling a hostile situation with level-headedness while maintaining composure. Equanimous comes from the Latin word aequus and animus (mind), which tells of/with an even mind.
|Equ||al||being the same in quantity, size, degree, or value.|
|Equ||ality||the state of being equal.|
|Equ||ate||be the same as or equivalent to|
|Equ||ations||the process of equating one thing with another|
|Equ||able||not easily disturbed or angered; calm and even-tempered|
|Equ||animity||calmness and composure, especially in a difficult situation|
|Equ||animious||calm and composed.|
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