Is a homonym greek or latin?
It is from both, in Laton 'homonymum and Greek 'homonymos'. The part 'homos' means 'same' and the part 'omyna' means name
The most of the scientific words, yes it is true, come from Greek or Latin language. For example: biology (greek) pneumonia (greek) oesophagus (greek) gastroenteritis (greek) epinephritis (greek) astronomy (greek) galaxy (greek) heliocentric (greek) planet (greek) supernova (latin) stellar (latin) nebula (latin)
pleo (more) Greek pod (foot) Greek soror (sister) Latin -a (plural) Greek val (worth) Latin para (beside, near) Greek dom (rule) Latin erg (work) Greek rhiz (root) Greek sapro (rotten) Greek schizo (divide) Greek hippo (horse) Greek som (body) Greek spor (seed) Greek sta (stop) Latin rhodo (rose) Greek taxis (arrangement) Greek vol (will) Latin frat (brother) Latin trich (hair) Greek troph (nourishment) Greek tox (poison) Greek sect (cut) Latin zygo (yoke) Greek zym (ferment)…