From what greek goddes does the word Nike come from?
The Greek goddess Nike was the goddess of victory. The Roman name for Nike was Victoria.
'Nike' is a Greek word meaning 'victory'.
Nike comes from Greek. Nike was the Greek goddess of victory. Nike entered the American language when it became a brand name. It is technically a name, not a word. It is like Kleenex, which is a brand name that has come to mean 'tissues' over time.
Nike was the Greek Goddess of Victory.
Nike -Nike is the Greek Goddess of victory, so it might not be the word but it is the mythological goddess
the greek word for victory is? nike
Nike is the Greek Goddess of Victory.
Yes, Nike was the goddess of victory.
Nike takes it's name from the Nike, the Greek goddess of victory.
In Greek Mythology, Nike was the goddess of triumph; the name Nike means victory :)
The word Nike is derived from Greek Mythologoy, and is the name of a greek goddess that personifies triumph. The word Nike actually means victory. For a more detailed description of the Greek goddess you can visit the following link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nike_(mythology)
The shoe company Nike takes its name from a Greek goddess.
NIKE is the godess of victory , victory is what it means.
Nike is a popular brand of clothing and footwear. The word Nike is a ancient Greek word normally meant in modern times 'victory'. Nike was the winged goddess of victory.
Nike comes from the greek god 'victory' that is why the shoe brand is called it.
god of sports
well I'm not quite sure but nike was the goddess of victory....
No, Nike is not Italian since the company is an American multinational corporation and the name is from the Greek for "victory."
According to Greek mythology Nike was the winged goddess of victory. Nike represents victorious encounters in ancient battlefields.
"nike" is not an acronym or abreviation....NIKE is a greek word that refers to the Godess of victory. full form is now i know everything
Phil Knight did not create the word Nike and make it stand for anything. Nike in Greek mythology is the goddess of victory.
It comes from the Greek word " Goddess Of Victory"
Nothing, since it is not a Latin word. Nike was the classical Greek goddess of victory, called Victoria in Latin.
The word Nike is a ancient Greek word normally meant in modern times "victory". Nike was the goddess of victory, usually represented as a winged figure carrying a wreath and palm branch. In ancient Greek mythology this meant victory. In USA military terms it was given by the US Army as the name of a surface to air missile with a range of 80 miles. There are also other US missiles that use the word… Read More
Victoria. This is probably where the word 'Victory' comes from.
Hypno -- the greek word for sleep.
From the Greek word "synopsis".
From the Greek word for "change."
The word 'great' does not come from greek. it's old English from the germanic: "grautaz"
==== well if you read it like the famous shoes brand,then it means nothing :) but if you read it like "nicky" then it means "victory" ==== Nike was the goddess of victory.
All parts of it come from Greek. auto - derived from Late Greek word autosbiography - derived from Late Greek word biographia
the greek word kratein means reign
The word 'hormone' comes from the Greek word ὁρμή - meaning "impetus".
Original word is "Νίκη", which is transcribed as "Nike" in the old way or "Niki" in the new way. Pronounced like "NICK-ee"
All parts of it come from Greek. auto - derived from Late Greek word autos biography - derived from Late Greek word biographia
From Greek, the word in Greek is 'gignesthai' meaning 'to be born'
greek is a nationality for the country Greece
greek and latin greek and latin
it was a greek
It could be a Greek word. Improvement: Yes it comes from a Greek word meaning "bowl".
from the greek word eartheas
its a Greek word
The Greek definition of faith is "to be persuaded" or "to come to trust". The English translation of the Greek word is pistis.
I'm not sure about few, but one is mono. This word does come from the Greek.
Science (from the Latin scientia, meaning "knowledge") does not come from a greek word.
It could be a variant of Nikita, variant of Niketas, which is derived from the Greek word "nike," meaning "victory."
Adidas is Adolf Dassler. Both are founders of Adidas and the company is named after them. Adi for Adolf and Das for Dassler. Nike is not an acronym or abbreviation. It is a Greek word that refers to the Goddess of victory.
Psyche is greek, NOT latin.
It comes from Greek word geographia which means description of earth surface.
It comes from the Latin botanicus and the Greek botane meaning 'plant' or ' herb'. ANAMIKA Botany word come from greek word Boskein. Boskein means "grazing".