I think you mean the verb ΕΠΙΦΑΙΝΟΜΑΙ (I do surface), from which comes the word ΕΠΙΦΑΝΕΙΑ = Epiphany, or: surface, or: outlook / appearance.
the greek word for "bright" is most likely Laberos (φωτεινός)
Electricity is actually coming from the greek word ηλεκτρισμός.
Eco is coming from the greek word "ΟΙΚΟΣ" which means "home".
The Greek word for shadow is skia. This word comes from the other Greek word "skotos" which also means "darkness." The symbols of the word are described as O with a line coming from the top of it, then there is a K, an I, then an a with a accent mark over it.
Lithium coming from the greek work lithos, which is roughly translated at stone
Messiah is a word that comes from the Hebrew word Moshiach, which means The Annointed. The word Christ is the Greek version of Messiah, coming from the word.
where is bright star the musical
The word red is an adjective, and the word bright is an adverb (the red is bright).
Alena is female name derived from Greek word ἐλένη. Means flare, bright, shining.
Another word for bright is shining or shimmering maybe that is what i think
its named after the greek word "chroma" which means color because chromium compounds make bright colors.
Its λαμπερός (lamperos).
The name Hundley is the meaning of valient and courageous. Coming from the greek word Hun.
Bright = Lucidus
Songs with the word BRIGHT in the title
Probably Selenium, coming from the Greek word selen/seleno meaning moon or selene meaning Greek god of the moon :]
The name robin means bright fame in Greek.
The cast of The Coming Asunder of Jimmy Bright - 1971 includes: Ken Kercheval
The word bright has one syllable. It is pronounced BRYT.
Luke is a common male name and is used as a shortened version of the Latin name Lucas.The name Luke derives from the name of a region in Italy, Lucania, through the ancient Greek name "Loukas", meaning "a native of Lucania".Luke, in Greek = means "wolf", or from the greek Greek word Leucos meaning "bright".
A greek scientist by the name of Democritus came up with the name atom which comes from the greek word atomos meaning indivisible.
Absolutely Not! It's Greek for: Presence. And instead has everything to do with the Second coming of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
The word 'brightly' is the adverb form of the adjective 'bright'.The noun form of the adjective 'bright' is brightness.The word bright is also a noun as a word for a vivid color; a word for a thing.