Hydro means water in Latin
"Hydro" root means "water"
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Both. "Hydro-" is from the Greek word for water, hydor, while "foil" is from the Latin word for leaf, folium.
The root word for water. (I think it's Greek, but I'm not sure.)
"terror" - this latin word more or less corresponds to the greek "phobos"...
No, it's from Greek meter "mother" and polis"city."
Hydro is the Greek word for water. As a prefix, it means something to do with or involving water.'Hydro' is the Greek word for water.
Metre is the British spelling of meter. A meter is equal to 39.37 (American) inches equaling 3 feet. It is part of the metric system. It originated from the French in the late 1700's It originates from Greek "metron" meaning to measure. The word "meter" is from Latin also meaning to measure.
is heptathalon a greek or latin word
The original word was the Latin monarcha, which evolved into the Greek word monárchēs. Therefore, it does have origins in both Latin and Greek.
Greek word- Plathelminthes. Latin word-cestus
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Greek meaning water
It is Latin, from the word, "portus."