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What dry copying process has a name that comes from a Greek word for dry?

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The Greek word for "dry" was "xeros"; so we get the word "xeriscaping" for landscaping designed for dry climates.

If you meant "dry copying", then the word "xerography" may be what you want, or the company name "Xerox" that invented a way to do it.
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What is the japanese word for Dry?

"Dry" is often expressed with the verb 'to be dry,' which is 'kawaku.' The state of being dry is 'kawaite iru.' In the same order, they are written: 乾く 乾いている