The origin of the word phenomenon is Greek or Latin.
No, it is not. The word phenomenon is a singular noun, and the plural is phenomena. The adjective form is "phenomenal" (extraordinary or exceptional).
The singular form is phenomenon.
Original is the adjective related to the word origin. Adjectives describing origin include ethnic, genetic, and maternal.
The word 'Phenomenon' is singular.
the origin is where the word came from but the specific origin of the word ballot is latin root word.
The grand canyon is considered to be a natural phenomenon
The Grand Canyon is considered to be a natural phenomenon.
The big bang. Osmosis is a chemical phenomenon governed by laws of nature.
The word "origin" is derived from the French word "origin" and the Latin word "originem," both of which mean, beginning, descent, birth, and rise.
where was the word colonel origin
There is no such word as diaster and so no origin word.
Antonyms: normality, regularityphenomenon
The origin of the word data is Latin ....
Some synonyms for the word phenomenon would be: anomaly, miracle, paradox, curiosity.