Yes Halogen comes from the greek meaning "salt former"
The Greek word Halogen means "salt forming".
From the Greek word "synopsis".
Science (from the Latin scientia, meaning "knowledge") does not come from a greek word.
No, it comes from the Greek psyche, meaning mind, and logos, meaning explanation.
I think it is two words the Greek "pan" bit meaning "all" and Greek "gaia" bit meaning "Earth"
It is Greek, meaning 'all earth'.
Phobia comes from the Greek φόβος, phóbos, meaning fear or morbid fear.The language is Greek.
The name of Irene come from the Greek Eirene, a word meaning 'peace'. This was the name of the goddess of peace in Greek mythology.
The term "Fibromyalgia" comes from both Latin and Greek roots. Fibro (latin) meaning the Fiberous tissues. Mya (from the Greek Myo) meaning muscles. Algia (greek) meaning pain.
Of the Greek verb βλώσκω blōskō "to come", meaning "having come". Ancient Greek does not; the object them is understood from context.
Assembley is not a Greek word. The translasion is συγκεντρωση (singentrosi) meaning ''to come together''.
In the Greek language the meaning of technetos is artificial.
The name's origins are Greek, meaning Christian