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Etymology of the Italian word aerotecnica

the Italian word aerotecnica
using the Italian prefix aero-
derived from the Latin word aer (air; atmosphere, sky)
derived from the Greek word aer, ἀήρ (air; by analogy, to blow); 'air' (as naturally circumambient))
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *wer-
derived from the Italian word tecnica
derived from the Italian word tecnico
derived from the Latin word technicus (technical)
derived from the Greek word technikos, τεχνικός
derived from the Greek word techne, τέχνη (art, a trade, skill)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *teks-
derived from the Latin word techne
derived from the Greek word techne, τέχνη (art, a trade, skill)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *teks-
using the Latin suffix -icum




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