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Ancient Greek

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Etymology

From Proto-Indo-European *tet?- ("to create, produce"). Cognate with (tíkt?), (tékt?n), Sanskrit (tak?ati), Avestan ?(ta?aiti), Latin tex?, t?la, tignum, Proto-Germanic *þahsuz.

Pronunciation

 

Noun

o (tékhn?f (genitive ); first declension

  1. craft, skill, trade
  2. art
  3. cunning, wile
  4. means

Inflection

Derived terms

  • ? (tekhnáz?)
  • (tekhnáomai)
  • (tekhnikós)
  • (tekhnográphos)
  • ? (tekhnologí?)
  • ? (tekhnológos)

Descendants

  • Greek: (téchni)
  • -> Latin: techna

Further reading


Greek

Etymology

From Ancient Greek (tékhn?).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /'texni/
  • (file)
  • Hyphenation:

Noun

o (téchnif (plural )

  1. art, craftsmanship, style

Declension

Related terms

  •  n (technítio, "technetium")
  • ? f (technikí, "technique")
  • (technikós, "technical")
  •  m (technítis, "technician, craftsman")
  •  f (technítria, "technician, craftswoman")
  • ? f (technología, "technology")
  • ? m or f (technológos, "technologist")
  • ?  f pl (eikastikés téchnes, "visual arts")

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