fisicïen

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Old French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin physica ‎(natural science), from Ancient Greek φυσική επιστήμη ‎(phusikḗ epistḗmē) (knowledge of nature) from φυσικός ‎(phusikós) (pertaining to nature) from φύσις ‎(phúsis) (nature) from φύειν ‎(phúein) (to bring forth, to produce) from Proto-Indo-European *bʰew- ‎(to exist, grow).

Noun[edit]

fisicïen m ‎(oblique plural fisicïens, nominative singular fisicïens, nominative plural fisicïen)

  1. (medical) doctor; physician

Descendants[edit]