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The prefix 'nano' comes from a Greek word meaning?
The prefix nano - is equal to 10 -9 and is represented by the Greek letter nu , which looks like a lower-case v . But when writing it on tests and papers, just use a lower…-case n, so nanoseconds, for example, is abbreviated nsec or ns. It basically means "one billionth." So a nanosecond is one billionth of a second.
means two or double
really small. Divided into a billion parts. A nanometer is one billionth of a meter. A nanosecond is one billionth of a second. A nanocraig would be one billionth of some guy …named Craig.Ex. if you have 650 nm it would be equivalent to 650 x10^-9 m
The verb come doesn't have a Greek origin (Germanic) so it doesnt hane any meaning in Greek. Answer: Unless you mean ÎºÏÎ¼Î· [ co mee] which is hair > comet … ( cometes =having long hair) Otherwise ÎºÏÎ¼Î· [ co mee] is a small village > ÎºÏÎ¼ÏÏ [co mo s] = village festival/carousal > ÎºÏÎ¼ÏÎ´Î¯Î± = comedy (happy song for the festival)
seismo -, seism -, - seism , - seisms , - seisma , - seismically , - seismical , - seismal , & - seismic
the greek prefix para means beyond
acro means high and polis means city
The greek word "mia" doesn't exist as a prefix. But it exists as a numeral. It means "one" for the feminine gender.
The Greek root seismos means earthquake... Examples; seismology seismologist seismograph
one- unique- single- simple-
Both ÎÎÎ- (con-), ÎÎÎÎÎ- (homo- / homeo- pronounced: omoio-) and ÎÎÎ- (semi-, demi-) can signify the same thing, though "ÎÎÎ-" (semi-…) has the degrading meaning of "half-". Just think what "semisexual" could mean... A very good example for the right use of ÎÎÎÎÎ- is the word "homeopathetic" (ÎÎÎÎÎÎ ÎÎÎÎ¤ÎÎÎÎ£, ÎÎÎÎÎÎ ÎÎÎÎ¤ÎÎÎ)
No, it comes from 'zoa' - "animals."
In the word atypical, the prefix a means not; atypical means not typical.