Κυριακή, 3 Απριλίου 2011

Etymology of cinema

Origin of the word cinema. .
The word cinema comes from the French cinéma, shortened from cinématographe, coined 1890s by Lumiere brothers, who invented it, from the Greek cinema (movement; better pronounced as kinima; Gr: κίνημα), from the verb cino (to move; better pronounced as kino; Gr: κινώ). See also the post entitled "Etymology of cite" here. . From the same root

English: cinematography, cinerama, cinemascope, kinetics, kinematics, kineto

French: cinema, cinematographe,

Italian: cinematografo,

Spanish: cine, cinematica,

German: Kino, Kinematograph . In modern Greek (Romeika)

a) cinema: cinema [Gr: σινεμά

b) kinima: movement [Gr: κίνημα

c) cinimatographos (better pronounced as kinimatographos): cinema [Gr: κινηματογράφος

d) kino: to move [Gr:κινώ]

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See also: http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=cinema&searchmode=none

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