Δευτέρα, 28 Σεπτεμβρίου 2009

Etymology of elect, neglect, collect, sellect

Origin of election
The word election (e-lec-tion) is directly derived from the Latin verb eligere (to choose, select, etc) from the root word lego (to gather, to collect, to choose, to pick out etc), which is a transliteration of the Greek verb lego (to collect, to choose, to say etc) and the prefix ex- from the Greek prefix ek- (out of, from).


From the same root.

English:
neglect, collect, sellect, lecture, lecturer, lector, elective, elector, electorate, elective, eligible. elite, elegance

French: elire, electeur, electoral, election, electif, eligible, elite, elegance

Italian: eleggere, elettore, elettorable, elettorato, elettivo, eletta, eleganza

Spanish: elegir, elector, electorado, eleccion, elegible, elegancia

German: Elite, elegant, Eleganz
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In modern Greek (Romeika, the language of Romei-Romans)
a) eklego:
elect [εκλέγω]
b) syllego:
collect [συλλέγω]
c) epilego: select [επιλέγω]
d) ekloges:
elections [εκλογές]
e) elit:
elite [ελίτ]
f) eklectos:
the elect, the elite [εκλεκτος]
g) ekleximos: eligible [εκλέξιμος]
h) eklektoras: elector [εκλέκτορας]
i) lectoras: lecturer [λέκτορας]
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Η λέξη election (εκλογή) προέρχεται από το λατινικό eligere (επιλέγω, συλλέγω) που προέρχεται από το ελληνικό εκλέγω.

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Etymology of tomb

Origin of tomb
Tomb comes from the latin tomba, which derives from the Greek tymbos (tomb, tumulus, grave; τύμβος)


From the same root
English: tump
French: tombe, tombal, tombeau, tomber
Italic: tomba, tombare, tombola
Spanish: tumba, tumbal, tumbo, tumbar, tumbado
German: Tumba


In modern Greek (Romeika, the language of Romei-Romans)
a) tymbos (or better tymvos): tomb [τύμβος]



Η λέξη tomb (τάφος, μνήμα) προέρχεται από το λατινικό tomba (τάφος, τύμβος), το οποίο αποτελεί μεταγραφή του ελληνικού τύμβος.
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Etymology of turn, tourism, attorney, tornado, torch

Origin of turn, tourism, attorney, tornado, torch

The verb turn (to rotate, revolve), comes from the latin tornare (turn on a lathe) from tornus (lathe), which is a transliteration of the Greek tornos (lathe; τόρνος).
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From the same root.

English: turn, turner, torment, torch, tourism, tourist, tour, tourer, attorney, tornado

French: tour, tourisme, touriste, touret, alentour, tourillon, tourner, tournant, tourne, tournee, tornade, tournailler, tournoi, contour

Italian: turno, contorni, turismo, turista, tornare, torno, tornitura, torneocontorno

Spanish: turno, torna, contorno, turismo, turista, torno, tornilla, tornear, tornar, tornada, torneador, tornado, tornillo, torneo, contorno

German: Tour, Tourism, Tourist, turnen, Turnen, Turnplatz, Turnier, Kontur

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In modern Greek (Romeika, the language of Romei-Romans).
a) tornos: lathe [τόρνος]
b) tornaro: turn [τόρνάρω]
c) torneftis: turner [τορνευτής]
d) tourismos: tourism (loan from English/French) [τουρισμός]
e) touristas: tourist (loan from English/French)[τουρίστας]
f) tourne: tour (loan from English/French) [τουρ]
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Το ρήμα turn (στρέφω, γυρίζω) προέρχεται από το λατινικό ρήμα tornare από το tornus (τόρνος), το οποίο αποτελεί μεταγραφή του ελληνικού τόρνος. Από την ίδια ρίζα προέρχονται και τα: tourism (τουρισμός), tour (περιοδία), attorney (δικηγόρος, πληρεξούσιος), tornado (τυφώνας), torch (δάδα).


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Γαλλικά:

tour:περιστροφή, περιοδεία,

tourisme: περιήγηση ,

touriste: τουρίστας, περιηγητής ,

touret: τροχίσκος,

alentour: πέριξ ,

tourillon: στροφεύς,

tourner: περιστρέφω, γυρίζω,

tournant: δίνη, καμπή,

tourne: τορνευτός,

tournee: τουρνέ, περιοδεία,

tornade: τυφών,

tournailler: περιτρίγυρίζω,

tournoi: τουρνουά, αθλητικός αγώνας,

contour: περίβολος

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Παρασκευή, 25 Σεπτεμβρίου 2009

Etymology of gusto

Origin of gusto.
The word gusto (enthousiastic enjoyment, pleasure, high spirits, cheerfulness) comes from the latin gustus (taste) from the verb gusto (to taste), which derives from the Greek verb geuso (to taste; γεύσω).


From the same root:
English: gustation, gustative, choose
French: gout (old French: goust), gouter, degouter, degustateur, ragout, choisir, choix
Italian:
gusto, gustare, digustarsi, gustatore
Spanish: gusto, gustar, disgustarse, degustador, regosto, escoger
German:
Kost, kosten, kiesen (via the old Germ. Kausjan)
Dutch: kust


In modern Greek (Romeika, the language of Romei-Romans).
a) geusi / or better gefsi: taste [γεύση]
b) geuso / gefso: to taste [γεύσω]
c) geusticos / gefsticos: tasty [γευστικός]
d) geuma / gevma: meal, dinner, lunch [γεύμα]
e) geumatizo / gevmatizo: lunch, dine, have lunch [γευματίζω]
f) gusto: gusto (loan from Italian) [γούστο]
e) gustaro: like, care for (loan from Italian) [γουστάρω]



Η λέξη gusto (απόλαυση, τέρψη, ευχαρίστηση, κέφι) προέρχεται από το λατινικό gustus (γεύση) από το ρήμα gusto (γεύσω), που με τη σειρά του προέρχεται από το ελληνικό ρήμα γεύσω/ γεύσομαι.

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Etymology of Andrew

Origin of Andrew.
The male proper name Andrew derives from the Greek name Andreas (Ανδρέας), which comes from the noun aner ("man"; gen. andros: "of a man"; ανήρ).


Other forms of the name:
Andria, Andriana, Andries, Andrija, Andrina, Andris, Andrius, Andriy, Andro, Andraz, Andre, Andrea, Andreas, Andree, Andreea, Andrei, Andreia, Andreina, Andrej, Andreja, Andrejs, Andres, Andreu, Andrey, Andy.


In modern Greek (Romeika; the language of Romei-Romans).
a) Andreas: Andrew [Ανδρέας]
b) andras: man [άνδρας]
c) androgona:
androgens [ανδρογόνα]
d) androgyno:
androgynous, man and wife [ανδρόγυνο]
e) andrios:
brave, gallant [ανδρείος].



Το όνομα Andrew προέρχεται από το Ελληνικό όνομα Ανδρέας.

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