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Astonishingly, this word is attested directly to a single individual; in 1873, coined by German zoologist Ernst Haeckel (1834-1919) as Okologie, from Greek oikos "house, dwelling place, habitation" + -logia "study of." Ecosystem is from 1935. Ecosphere (1953) is the region around a star where conditions allow life-bearing planets to exist.
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The word, start, is derived from the Old English word, styrtan (which means - leap up).
Chemistry comes from the term 'alchemy', and was used from the early 1600s; the word chemistry wasn't used to describe the science until about 1788.
From the Online Etymology Dictionary: ; shrapnel : 1806, from Gen. Henry Shrapnel (1761-1842), who invented a type of exploding, fragmenting shell when he was a… lieutenant in the Royal Artillery during the Peninsular War. The invention consisted of a hollow cannon ball, filled with shot, which burst in mid-air; his name for it was spherical case ammunition. Sense of "shell fragments" is first recorded 1940. The surname is attested from 13c., and is believed to be a metathesized form of Charbonnel, a dim. form of O.Fr. charbon "charcoal," in ref. to complexion, hair color, or some other quality.
It originates from prehistoric Germanic "andswaru", having been a compound form in Old English from "and" ( = against ) + "swerian" ( = swear ); thus a kind of counter-q…uestion said in time as a defense, or a reply to a charge, in order to solve a problem before it could get harder.
Comes from Greek, Entomon means insect, and Logia means the study of....
From the Greek Olympikos, from Olympos, of unknown origin, each referring to a town or district in Elis in ancient Greece.
The Greek noun 'eucharistia' derives from "good,well" + "favor,grace".
Old English circa 1400 tyne 'small', perhaps from tine 'fork prong' (introduced contemporaneously).
The French word lapin comes from the Latin word lepus for hare.
Assumedly, yes - though the etymology of some words is obscure or unknown.
day of Frigg - a Germanic goddess roughly equivalent to Venus. This is kinda weird as vendredi (french) is derived from the Latin for goddess Venus too, Shurava in many Indian… languages is also associated with the name for the planet Venus. Loads of languages just use derivations of the 'fifth day'
Gusto is a noun originating from the 1620's word gusto meaning taste, and the Latin gustus. It is a root that forms the word for "taste" in both Greek and Latin.
The etymology is derived from the noun "show" and the word "boat". It was first introduced in the 1800's as a term to describe artistic performances on a boat.
Requiem is the latin word for asking, it is also the root word for request which is asking for something and for require which is a mandatory asking.
Sory is a green vitriol, or a black earth that has been impregnated with vitriol. The etymology of the word must indicate the connection to this definition.
The etymology behind the word maquetacion is "layout" or "design." You can learn more about this word and find the etymology behind other words in translation from Spanish to …English online at the Reverso Dictioanry Network website.