THERMAL AMPLITUDE: Before
proceeding to thoroughly analyze the term
thermal amplitude and discover its meaning, let
us establish what is the etymological origin of
the two words that give it shape.
WAVE AMPLITUDE: Before
entering fully into the clarification of the
meaning of the term wave amplitude, it is
interesting that we proceed to determine the
etymological origin of the two main words that
ILLITERACY: Illiteracy is the condition of illiteracy,
a word of Latin origin (analphabetus) that in turn derives from the
ancient Greek (ἀναλφάβητος, illiterates) that refers to a person who
can not read or write.
BLISTER: The Latin word ampulla came to Spanish as an ampoule. This
term has several uses: the first meaning mentioned by the dictionary of the Royal
Spanish Academy (RAE) refers to the inflammation that
occurs in a sector of the epidermis when liquids accumulate.
ANCHORITE: A Greek word came to medieval Latin as anachoreta, which later
derived, in our language, from the term anchorite. This
word we can determine that it is the result of the sum of several clearly
ANAPHYLAXIS: A Greek word came to French as anaphylaxie, which in turn led to anaphylaxis in
our language. The concept refers to a reaction of the
organism that is linked to a hypersensitivity to
ANAPHRODISIAC: Anaphrodisiac is defined as antiaphrodisiacs,
that is, those substances that by their composition manage to eradicate
or decrease sexual desire. It may be, for example, a bromide or
a hypnotic ingredient.
ANAPHORA: The etymology of anaphora leads to a Greek
word that translates as "repetition" and reached
Latin as anaphora.
ANAPHASE: The anaphase is one of the stages of mitosis and meiosis,
two methods of cell reproduction. In anaphase, the separation of pairs
of chromosomes that are homologous occurs.