Q: What is the etymology and definition of geometry?

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The word geometry simply means land or earth measurements.

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Don't bug me. Entomology is the study of insects. ETYMOLOGY is the study of word origins, and "geometry" comes from an Ancient Greek word meaning "earth-measuring" -- what we now call "surveying".

It means land or earth measurement.

Not sure about geometry but the definition contains a redundant repetition.

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The word geometry simply means land or earth measurements.

It means the origin of a word. Its a greek word

it means...

a triangular prism

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Don't bug me. Entomology is the study of insects. ETYMOLOGY is the study of word origins, and "geometry" comes from an Ancient Greek word meaning "earth-measuring" -- what we now call "surveying".

Sory is a green vitriol, or a black earth that has been impregnated with vitriol. The etymology of the word must indicate the connection to this definition.