Learn easily Greek via the linguistic relationships and the roots of the English words.


Posted by Johannes on 1 November 2008

Etymology of tone

Tone derives from the Latin tonus, from the Greek τόνος (tonos; tone) from the verb τείνω (teino; to stretch)


In modern Greek
a) τόνος: tone [tonos]
b) τείνω: stretch [teino]
Η λέξη tone (τόνος) προέρχεται από το Λατινικό tonus, από το ελληνικό τόνος από το ρήμα τείνω.
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