The Etymology of “Cyclops” and the Etymology of “Encyclopedia”

The term "cyclops" is derived from the Ancient Greek "kúklos" which means "circle" and "ops" which means "eye". The term "encyclopedia" means "according to myth" derived from the myth that the cyclops built the Ancient Greek city Myceni, Greece which had large limestone boulders placed on top of each other without mortar...

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