As I was looking through my philosophy textbook I found this definition:
Episteme- The greek word most often translated as knowledge, while techne is translated as either craft of art.
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In Modern Greek the noun research is érevna ( ερευνα ), and the verb is erevno.
The Greek word for research is...
Gnosis is the Greek word for "knowledge."
-logy is the English suffix that is adapted from the Greek ending -λογία/-logia which means "the study of"
The Greek suffix for study is ology.
The Greek words for the "knowledge of life" is γνώση ζωής.
Biology comes from the Greek word meaning knowledge of life.
Science (from the Latin scientia, meaning "knowledge") does not come from a greek word.
The word for knowledge in Greek is gnosis. It also means wisdom or learning.
It comes from Greek: "philo": to love and "sophia": wisdom or knowledge. "Philosophia" is the love of knowledge
The Greek root word of the name Sophia is wisdom.
knowledge = η γνώση ( ee gknósee)
The word BIOLOGY is derived from Greek word: bios meaning life and logos which means knowledge. So actually biology is the knowledge of life.
The word technolgy is a practical application of scientific knowledge which is derived from a greek word known as" technologiya"
There are not any Roman words, Romans spoke a variety of different languages but the most dominant dialects were Latin and Greek. The Latin word for knowledge is 'conscienta' and in Greek is 'gnosis'.
Its name was born from the name from the greek word "scevu" meaning knowledge.