MASK: We have to establish, first of all, that mask is a word of Latin
origin. Specifically, it is the result of the sum of two clearly differentiated
ANTIVIRUS: The first thing we have to establish around the term that concerns us is that
it is a neologism that has been formed from the sum of two parts:
ANTREAR: The Greek concept of antron derived from the Latin antrum and
came to our language as antrum. The first meaning mentioned in
the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE)
refers to a grotto or a cave.
ANTONYM: A term is antonym to another when it states a concept that
is contrary to or opposed to it. It is an idea that is used in
the field of linguistics when classifying words.
ANTONOMASIA: The concept of antonomasia comes from the
Latin word antonomasĭa, which in turn derives from the Greek antonomasía. An
antonomasia is a kind of synecdoche that involves ...
ANTITHESIS: The etymological journey of the term antithesis begins in
late Latin (antithĕsis) and then goes into Greek (antithesis) before
reaching our language.
ANTISEPSIS: The French word antisepsie came to our language as antisepsis. The
concept refers to the process that allows the elimination of
microorganisms that can cause different kinds of infections or
prevent their appearance.
ANTIQUITY: The Latin term antiquĭtas came to Castilian as antiquity. The concept refers
to the condition or property of ancient: that it took place in
a past and distant time or that belongs to it.
ANTIPYRETIC: The first thing that
we are going to do before entering into the
establishment of the meaning of the antipyretic
term is to discover its etymological origin.