Κυριακή, 20 Μαρτίου 2011

Etymology of saliva

Origin of the word saliva.
The word saliva comes from the Latin saliva (spittle), from the Greek sialon (saliva, spittle; Gr: σίαλον).
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From the same root:
English: salivation, salivary, salivate
French: salive, salivation, salivaire
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In modern Greek (Romeika):
a) salio or sialos or sielos: saliva [Gr: σάλιο or σίαλος or σίελος]
b) sielogonos: salivary [Gr: σιελογόνος]
c) sielorrhea: salivation [Gr: σιελόρροια]
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Σάββατο, 19 Μαρτίου 2011

Etymology of misery

Origin of the word misery
The word misery comes from the French miserie from the Latin miseria (wretchedness) from miser (wretched), which is a transliteration of the Greek miseros/misaros (abominable, despicable, wretched; Gr: μυσαρός) from misos (evrything that cause abhorrence, repulsion, revulsion; Gr: μύσος).
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From the same root:
English: miserable, miser, miserly
French: misere, miserable, miserieux, misericorde, miserere
Italian: miseria, misere, miserabile, misericordia, misserimo
Spanish: miseria, misero, miserable, misericordia, miserere
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In modern Greek (Romeika):
a) mizeria: misery [Gr: μιζέρια; loanword]
b) mizeros: miserable, wretched [Gr: μίζερος]
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Πέμπτη, 17 Μαρτίου 2011

Etymology of salary

Origin of the word salary
Salary comes from the French salarie from the Latin salarium (salary, stipend, originally soldier's allowance for the purchase of salt) from sal (salt), which is a transliteration of the Greek als (salt; Gr: άλς).
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From the same root: salt, salad, salami
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In modern Greek (Romeika):
a) alas or alati: salt [Gr: άλας or αλάτι]
b) salata: salad [Gr: σαλάτα]
c) salami: salami [Gr: σαλάμι]

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Παρασκευή, 4 Μαρτίου 2011

Etymology of the name Christ

Word origin of the name Christ
Christ comes from the Greek word Christos (Gr: Χριστός), which means "the anointed one". It was a translation of the Jewish word Messiah.
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Jesus Christ, Saint Catherine's Monastery, Mount Sinai.
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From the same root: Christmas, Christian, Christianity, Christology.
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In modern Greek (Romeika):
a) Christos: Christ [Gr: Χριστός]
b) Christianos: Christian [Gr: Χριστιανός]
c) Christugenna: Christmas [Gr: Χριστούγεννα; lit. Christ's birth]
d) Christologia: Christology [Gr: Χριστολογία]
e) Christianismos: Christianity [Gr: Χριστιανισμός]
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Πέμπτη, 3 Μαρτίου 2011

Etymology of austere

Origin of the word austere
Austere comes from the Latin austerus (dry, harsh), which is a transliteration of the Greek austeros (bitter, harsh; Gr.: αυστηρός).
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From the same root: austerity
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In modern Greek (Romeika):
a) afsteros: austere [Gr: αυστηρός]
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Etymology of pectoral

Origin of the word pectoral

The word pectoral (pertaining to the breast), comes from the Latin pectoralis from pectus (breast, chest), fom the Greek pectos (compact, firm; Gr.: πηκτός)



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