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Many science terms contain the word hydro as a prefix due to nomenclature in both the bianary and the trianary as well as acitic forms. ex. hydrochloric acid, hydro…codine, hydrolosis
The verb come doesn't have a Greek origin (Germanic) so it doesnt hane any meaning in Greek. Answer: Unless you mean κόμη [comee] which is hair > comet (cometes=having l…ong hair) Otherwise κώμη [comee] is a small village > κωμός [comos] = village festival/carousal > κωμωδία = comedy (happy song for the festival)
acro means high and polis means city
dêmos "people" and kratos "power"
Hemisphere hemidemisemiquaver Hemispherical Hemispheric hemimorphic hemidesmosome
ΜΙΚΡΟΒΙΟ μικρόβιο microvio micro(=small,little)+vio(=life)
ΕΙΡΩΝΕΙΑ (noun) = pretension of ignorance. ΕΙΡΩΝΕΥΟΜΑΙ (verb) = pretending ignorance.
The word ανατομία (anatomia). It is pronounced Anne-at-ohm-ee-ah and it means, of course, anatomy or dissection.
Greek klados - to strike
If I understand correctly you ask if it is a prefix that has to do with the metric system.No. It means air. Greek : αερο-
It is not Greek and has no Greek meaning.
I believe the word you want is, "Circumnavigate", meaning 'travel around'.