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|English to Greek translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: kines|
|Kinesiology is derived from the Greek words kines and ology. These words translate to the English "movement" and "study" or the sugy of movement.|
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Ancient Greek word, meaning "movement, activity". It can be also combined as a second component to form compound words, like "photokinesis" (reaction to a stimulus), "telekinesis" (movement without an apparent physical cause), etc.
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