Regina, Saskatchewan; Canada
But the English language still has its own "science" and the pieces or words thereof are still by far based most on that science, distinct in their formation, grammar, sounds, syllable-length, from foreign ways, that is in a specific dialectal way, because they are a specific dialect or group of dialects of Germanic known as English. "Paternal' simply isn't English in the same way fatherly is. Spiritual isn't English in the same way ghostly is, even if it is used more and more familiar to us now a days. Nor is Card- in Cardiogram or Cord- in cordial the same as the word heart, even though they come from the same root, and mean the same thing. One is a Greekish form, the other is the latinish, and the third is English for the word that means "heart" So even though foreign words may be part of the science, and even part of our English science, doesn't mean they are the same as those that come directly from English and English's roots.