Telescope comes from the Italian, telescopio, meaning "from a distance."
from Greek 'teleskopos' meaning 'far seeing'. There is a word in Latin with the same meaning, 'telescopium'
It means "far away", as in television, telescope, telegraph, telephone.
"A" Greek language?The word telescope derives from the Greek tele "far" and skopein "to look or see".
It's the combination of the fragments, originally from Greek: -- "tele-", meaning 'far' (like in television, teletype, telegram, telecommunication) and -- "scope", meaning 'seeing'
Telescope is a Greek word (from tele=far and skopein=to look) In Greek it is written with a k instead of a c: teleskopio (τηλεσκόπιο, pronounced tea-less-copy-oh)
it means "see far" telescope is a Greek word (ΤΗΛΕΣΚΟΠΙΟ) it comes from uniting 2 words : tele + scope tele (ΤΗΛΕ) = far scope (ΣΚΟΠΙΟ, ΣΚΟΠΕΥΩ) = see (in ancient Greek) But the actual word telescope I don't think is in the Greek Bible.
The telescope was invented by a Greek mathematician named "Giovanni Dmysyany".
It is not Greek and has no Greek meaning.
hans,greek, and earth.
Telescope and Microscope
We seriously hope you're joking. No one still believed in the Greek or Roman gods by the time the telescope was invented.
tele means "far" scope maens "to see" telescope means "to see far"
The meaning of virgin and sex were discovered by a telescope
The Greek word "teleskopos".
Greg has no meaning in Hebrew. The name comes from Greek, so it only has meaning in Greek.Greg has no meaning in Hebrew. The name comes from Greek, so it only has meaning in Greek.
The name Melanie has no meaning in Hebrew. It only has meaning in Greek, since it comes from Greek.The name Melanie has no meaning in Hebrew. It only has meaning in Greek, since it comes from Greek.
The Greek meaning for aristocracy is αριστοκρατία.
The greek meaning of heliun is (sun)
The word telescope is from the Greek words meaning "distant" and "viewing" (looking). The telescope is : 1.) An arrangement of lenses or mirrors or both that focuses visible light, permitting better observation of distant objects. 2.) Any of various devices, such as a radio telescope, similarly used to detect and observe distant objects by their emission, transmission, reflection, or other interaction with invisible radiation.
I believe the name of the first telescope was called the "telescope." The word was created from the Greek tele = 'far' and skopein = 'to look or see'; teleskopos = 'far-seeing'.