The prefix 'nano' comes from a Greek word meaning?
It means very small. It is used also (in Greek) for small persons.
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Answer . Technology comes from the combination of the two words techni which means art and Logos which means talking. Answer . Techne-Art,Craft and Logia-Study,Theory Answer . First of all I am Greek. . The word Techno- comes from the Greek word Techne which means "art". Also -logy means to ta…lk about something. . 1) On March 16, 2008 at 6:23 pm Robbt1959  said: . ology means the "study of" logos is refering to a symbol or in modern terms a LOGO , in the new testament of the bilble "the sign of the cross" was the word logos in the original text ; the word study expert that I knew is dead; so if the logos is talking it is in referance to a symbol , not chit chating the original way to say it is low gos (short o) . Okay, so let's sum this all up- all of you are saying "tech" so choose what you like- techni techne or techno, which created the word techne. Back to the question: What does technos mean? I'm saying it mean art. ( Full Answer )
Many science terms contain the word hydro as a prefix due to nomenclature in both the bianary and the trianary as well as acitic forms.. ex. hydrochloric acid, hydrocodine, hydrolosis Hydropower
The prefix nano - is equal to 10 -9 and is represented by the Greek letter nu , which looks like a lower-case v . But when writing it on tests and papers, just use a lower-case n, so nanoseconds, for example, is abbreviated nsec or ns. It basically means "one billionth." So a nanosecond is …one billionth of a second. ( Full Answer )
It comes from á¼ÏÎ¿Î¼Î¿Ï (atomos) It means 'indivisible' or 'uncuttable'. Basically, it means something which cannot be divided any smaller.
A prefix comes before a word. When you see the letters "pre-" it usually means "before." When you see the letters "post-" it usually means "after."
In the term "subcutaneous", the prefix "sub" means "under" or"below". A standard prefix in English, "sub" derives mostimmediately from Latin and is also found in such common terms as"subterranean", "substitute", "submarine", and "substandard", amongmany others.
one one-thousandth is a really big number * * * * * That is an incorrect answer to some other question. The prefix for a thousandth is milli.
From Î±Î¼ÏÎ¹- (amfi-) meaning both and the root bios (Greek : Î²Î¯Î¿Ï) meaning life. Something that lives in both (conditions, like water and land).
imprint immersion immigrant impress import impale implied impact impulse If you search for "words starting with im-" you'll find a list and all words where im- procedes B, M, or P and doesn't have the meaning "not", then you'll find yourself words with the prefix im- meaning into.… ( Full Answer )
really small. Divided into a billion parts. A nanometer is one billionth of a meter. A nanosecond is one billionth of a second. A nanocraig would be one billionth of some guy named Craig.Ex. if you have 650 nm it would be equivalent to 650 x10^-9 m
divided . EN The word "atom" comes from the two Greek affixes, a-tom; "a" is the privative affix meaning deprivation; "tom" comes from the Greek "temno" (ÏÎÎ¼Î½Ï) meaning "slit", "slash", "cut". Therefore, atom means the "non-slit" (further). Another example for the affix "tom" is …the Greek word "tomos" (ÏÏÎ¼Î¿Ï) which also comes from the aforementioned affix "tom" and means "volume" (of a book) exactly because the volume of a book is slit in its pages. GR Î Î»ÎÎ¾Î· ÏÏÎ¿ÎÏÏÎµÏÎ±Î¹ Î±ÏÏ ÏÎ± Î´ÏÎ¿ ÎÎ»Î»Î·Î½Î¹ÎºÎ¬ ÏÏÎ¿ÏÏÏÎ¼Î±ÏÎ±, Î±-ÏÎ¿Î¼Î¿Î "Î±" ÎµÎ¯Î½Î±Î¹ ÏÎ¿ ÏÏÎµÏÎ·ÏÎ¹ÎºÏ ÏÏÏÏÏÏ Î¼Î± ÏÎ¿Ï ÏÎ·Î¼Î±Î¯Î½ÎµÎ¹ ÏÏÎÏÎ·ÏÎ·Î "ÏÎ¿Î¼Î¿" ÏÏÎ¿ÎÏÏÎµÏÎ±Î¹ Î±ÏÏ ÏÎ¿ ÎÎ»Î»Î·Î½Î¹ÎºÏ "ÏÎÎ¼Î½Ï" ÏÎ¿Ï ÏÎ·Î¼Î±Î¯Î½ÎµÎ¹ "ÏÏÎ¯Î¶Ï", "ÎºÏÎ²Ï", "Î´Î¹Î±Î¹ÏÏ". ÎÏÎ¿Î¼ÎÎ½ÏÏ, Î¬ÏÎ¿Î¼Î¿ ÏÎ·Î¼Î±Î¯Î½ÎµÎ¹ ÏÎ¿ "Î¼Î·-ÏÎµÎ¼Î½ÏÎ¼ÎµÎ½Î¿" (Î¬Î»Î»Î¿, ÏÎµÏÎ¹ÏÏÏÏÎµÏÎ¿). ÎÎ½Î± Î¬Î»Î»Î¿ ÏÎ±ÏÎ¬Î´ÎµÎ¹Î³Î¼Î± Î³Î¹Î± ÏÎ¿ ÏÏÏÏÏÏ Î¼Î± "ÏÎ¿Î¼Î¿" ÎµÎ¯Î½Î±Î¹ Î· ÎÎ»Î»Î·Î½Î¹ÎºÎ® Î»ÎÎ¾Î· "ÏÏÎ¼Î¿Ï" ÏÎ¿Ï ÎµÏÎ¯ÏÎ·Ï ÏÏÎ¿ÎÏÏÎµÏÎ±Î¹ Î±ÏÏ ÏÎ¿ ÏÏÎ¿Î±Î½Î±ÏÎµÏÎ¸ÎÎ½ ÏÏÏÏÏÏ Î¼Î± "ÏÎ¿Î¼Î¿" ÎºÎ±Î¹ ÏÎ·Î¼Î±Î¯Î½ÎµÎ¹ "ÏÏÎ¼Î¿Ï" (Î²Î¹Î²Î»Î¯Î¿Ï ) Î±ÎºÏÎ¹Î²ÏÏ ÎµÏÎµÎ¹Î´Î® Î¿ ÏÏÎ¼Î¿Ï ÎµÎ½ÏÏ Î²Î¹Î²Î»Î¯Î¿Ï ÎÏÎµÎ¹ ÏÏÎ¹Ï ÏÏÎ¹ÏÎ¼ÎÏ ÏÏÎ½ ÏÎµÎ»Î¯Î´ÏÎ½ ÏÎ¿Ï . . ( Full Answer )
The verb come doesn't have a Greek origin (Germanic) so it doesnt hane any meaning in Greek. Answer: Unless you mean ÎºÏÎ¼Î· [ co mee] which is hair > comet ( cometes =having long hair) Otherwise ÎºÏÎ¼Î· [ co mee] is a small village > ÎºÏÎ¼ÏÏ [co mo s] …= village festival/carousal > ÎºÏÎ¼ÏÎ´Î¯Î± = comedy (happy song for the festival) ( Full Answer )
Many English words have the prefix sol- .. The prefix sol- may come from any one of a number of different Latin roots, depending on the actual meaning of the English word. . Common Latin roots: sol- . sol- as in solid, solder (to make solid), soldier: Latin solidus , set hard, firm, so…lid, a Roman gold coin (the pay of a soldier) . sol- as in solstice, solar, solarium: Latin sol , the Roman name for the sun . sol- as in solo, sole, solitary, solitaire, soliloquy: Latin solus meaning single, alone, one without another . solv-, solu- . solv-, solu- as in solve, solution, soluble, solvent: Latin solvo meaning to melt, loosen, dissolve, untie, set free . Other words: sol- is also the initial part of a number of other English words. In the following examples, the entire word is derived from a similar Latin word. . sol- as in solemn: solemnis, soleo, to be accustomed, to continue as we have always done, formal, ceremonial, traditional . sol- as in solace: solatium , solari , solor , to console, comfort, soothe . For more information, see Related links below. ( Full Answer )
seismo -, seism -, - seism , - seisms , - seisma , - seismically , - seismical , - seismal , & - seismic
ECOLOGY comes from two greek words meaning home study , because eco means home and logy means study .
Auto- (and the modern Greek word autos ) derives from the term aut meaning: . self; same: autogamy. . automatic: autopilot.
It means nearness too or away from. There are alot of different answers but these two are the closest.
Î±Î¼ÏÎ¯ (amfi) (it means some on the one side, some on the other) + Î²Î¹Î¿Ï [vios] [means life]
The greek word "mia" doesn't exist as a prefix. But it exists as a numeral. It means "one" for the feminine gender.
Mega = 1,000,000 units kilo = 1,000 units centi = 1/100 unit milli = 1/1,000 unit micro= 1/1,000,000 unit nano = 1/1,000,000,000 unit
It makes the word mean without. For example, abiotic. Bio means life so abiotic means without life.
The prefix epi' in greek means up, on, to, in addition to, against, in or over.
The prefix inter means between or among a group - see example below: . intercept - to stop someone or something that is going from one place to another and prevent them from getting there
Î²Î¹Î¿Î»Î¿Î³Î¯Î±/Biology comes from the Greek words "Bios" meaning 'Life' and "Ologia/Ology" meaning 'The study of'.
No, the Greek prefix "ap-" does not actually mean "sun." This Greekprefix's actual meaning is "away from" or "detached."
The prefix of the word counterculture is counter. In this contextthe word means against culture or not mainstream culture.
The name Philadelphia is two words in one. 'Phila' meaning 'Love' and 'Adelphia' meaning 'Brothers'. That is why Philadelphia, PA is coined the city of "Brotherly Love".
English gets the word aesthetic from Greek language. It means tohave an appreciation for beauty" or "the founding principles ofart".
Schistolith. The prefix "Schisto-" comes from the Greek word (noun) Î£Î§ÎÎ£ÎÎ£ ( Î£Î§ÎÎ£ÎÎ£ or Î£Î§ÎÎ£ÎÎ£, too ), the verb being Î£Î§ÎÎÎÎÎ (pronounced: sheizin, sounding almost like: seizing) The root-word Î£Î§ÎÎ£ÎÎ£ is …present in the English words "Decision" ( = De + (s)cis(s)-ion ), "Precision" ( = Pre + (s)cis(s)-ion ), "Incision" ( = In + (s)cis(s)-ion ) (e.g. Co-in-cid-ence) -and, even- "Season" ( = Sciss-ion ) = product of splitting (of the year). The suffix "-lith" (ÎÎÎÎÎ£) stands for: stone, rock. ANSWER: Schist. (As in Mica Schist) ( Full Answer )
The word Î±Î½Î±ÏÎ¿Î¼Î¯Î± (anatomia). It is pronounced Anne-at-ohm-ee-ah and it means, of course, anatomy or dissection.
Apparently, the prefix is (in-) which means not. Overall, the word itself only has the root and suffix that make sense which are tox- means poison -ation means an action, result, or state. The dentition of intoxication is a state of poisoning.
The word "cathedral" comes from a Latin word cathedra which means "chair or throne". The cathedral is the building which houses the chair or throne on which a bishop or other prelate in the Roman Catholic church presides. In Catholic teaching, a papal statement which is made " ex cathedra " or fro…m the throne is considered infallible, according to the Council of Trent. ( Full Answer )
Î¬ÏÎ¿Î¼Î¿ (atomo) something that cannot be cut to smaller parts, that cannot be dissected Î±- : non -ÏÎ¿Î¼Î· : dissection , a cut
the greek word for stone is ÏÎÏÏÎ± (petra). The root word is petro- like in the word petroleum : the oil from the stone,from earth (the crude oil). No element (periodic table) has the word petro-.
The word Ethics comes from the Greek word (ETHIKA), meaning "custom character", as in how we normally treat or should treat one another. (not sure how to spell it in Greek.. I speak it fluently, but I'm not too great with spelling :P)
The Latin root mag - means "great, large". It underlies words such as: "magnitude" from Latin magnitudo "greatness, size" "magnify" from Latin magnificare "to make greater, to extol" "master" from Latin magister "the greater one, master" The Greek root mega - as in "megaphone" or "…megabyte" is ultimately from the same source, Proto-Indo-European * meg- , "great". ( Full Answer )
No/not /not having/ It makes a word negative, or opposite in meaning e.g. non-proliferation, non-negotiable, non-commital, nonsense, nonentity.
ÎÎ¿, "ap" comes from the Greek "Î±ÏÎ¿", meaning from or away from. "Aphelion" is the point in a planet's orbit farthest from the sun. (See a Webster's Dictionary.)
It comes from the Greek word for milk, ÎÎ¬Î»Î±. ANSWER: Galaxy comes from the Greek word, 'gala,' meaning 'milk'. Galaxymeans "milky," which is what the star clusters appear to look like.
Both ÎÎÎ- (con-), ÎÎÎÎÎ- (homo- / homeo- pronounced: omoio-) and ÎÎÎ- (semi-, demi-) can signify the same thing, though "ÎÎÎ-" (semi-) has the degrading meaning of "half-". Just think what "semisexual" could mean... A very good example for the right use of …ÎÎÎÎÎ- is the word "homeopathetic" (ÎÎÎÎÎÎ ÎÎÎÎ¤ÎÎÎÎ£, ÎÎÎÎÎÎ ÎÎÎÎ¤ÎÎÎ) ( Full Answer )
}Nucleus = Unable to be split. The original Greek word is ÎÎ¤ÎÎÎÎ ( = Î + Î¤ÎÎÎÎÎÎ (verb) ) standing for: Undissectible*, or: Indissectible* (In-dissectible). *I think both those words are not used in English. Nucleus = Non clust-able (non-clausable). … Though "Nucleus" is in its Latin form, being a Latin word, the original Greek word would be: ÎÎÎÎÎ©Î£Î¤ÎÎ or ÎÎÎÎÎÎ¥Î£Î¤ÎÎ or ÎÎÎÎ¡ÎÎ¥Î£Î¤ÎÎ or ÎÎÎÎ¡ÎÎ¥Î£Î¤ÎÎ*, standing for: Unable to be broken down, unable to be split, break-proof. * This word is used in modern Greek in a different form: ÎÎÎ¡ÎÎ¥Î£Î¤ÎÎ, meaning: Break-proof.} Uhhhhh..... no. The term "nucleus" is neither of Greek origin, nor does it mean "undissectable". The information on the term "atom" given above is essentially correct - it *is* Greek, and *does* effectively mean "indivisible" ; where it errs is in the assumption that there exists any derivational relationship between it and "nucleus, (cf. above: "The original Greek word..."). No links, either in definition or etymology, exist between the two. Moreover, their meanings as scientific terms aren't equivalent, though a relationship there does indeed exist. In very broad and liberal associational strokes, "nucleus" is to "atom" as "engine" is to "car". "Nucleus" is, in fact, of direct Latin lineage. It is the diminutive form of the word "nux", which is Latin for "nut" or "kernel". When Ernest Rutherford's research on atomic structure produced evidence that refuted J.J. Thompson's "plum pudding" structural model, he named the dense inner core of the atom "nucleus" because his own supplanting structural model evoked a fruit/seed/nut with hard inner "pit" surrounded by an outer shell (i.e., the electrons). References to the above are cheerfully available on request. Anyway, that's the 411 on "nucleus"...in a nutshell. ;-) ( Full Answer )
If I understand correctly you ask if it is a prefix that has to do with the metric system.No. It means air. Greek : Î±ÎµÏÎ¿-
It comes from phila, meaning love, and delphia, meaning brother. So Philadelphia is brotherly love.
Greek: di- means two eg: dioxide di- means across/apart eg: diagonal Latin: di- means away eg: digress
A prefixes is a bound morpheme that occur before a word.A surfixes is a bound morpheme that occur at the end of a word while a root Words are words that can stand on their own and have meaning.
The prefix im - in this case means "in". im - along with its variant in - can also mean "not". The word implicate broken into its word parts means in -, "in" + - plic -, "fold" + - ate "cause to be" or literally "cause to be folded in". A way to remember the prefix im- and in- is this story.… This guy is having a hard time with where he is or whether or not he's going to ante in a game of poker. He's saying "I'm in. I'm not in." Over and over. ( Full Answer )
Î´Î·Î¼Î¿ÎºÏÎ±ÏÎ¯Î± - (dÄmokratÃa) " rule of the people ", which was coined from Î´á¿Î¼Î¿Ï (dÃªmos) " people " and ÎºÏÎ¬ÏÎ¿Ï (Kratos) "power".
Deci comes from the latin Decimus which means one tenth. A prefix of deci- would mean one tenth of whatever the word is. Deciliter is one-tenth of a liter. Decibel is one-tenth of a bel, and is a unit of measurement of power. Decimeter is one-tenth of a meter.
The prefix uni- means one. Therefore when combined with cellular this adjective describes organisms which have only one cell.
It comes from the Greek word "paidi" which means a child. English spellings of the prefix as "paed-" rather than "ped-" more accurately reflect its origin; thus, paediatrics rather than pediatrics. Other words which use this prefix are pederast and pedagogy.