“Humans could neither create an atom nor a word both are work of God , in real sense”

Post #82

Paarsurrey wrote:

paarsurrey

It is a term not a word. It is for this that OP mentioned:

P.S.
atom (n.)[​IMG]
late 15c., as a hypothetical indivisible body, the building block of the universe, from Latin atomus (especially in Lucretius) “indivisible particle,” from Greekatomos “uncut, unhewn; indivisible,” from a- “not” + tomos “a cutting,” from temnein “to cut” (see tome). An ancient term of philosophical speculation (in Leucippus, Democritus), revived 1805 by British chemist John Dalton. In late classical and medieval use also a unit of time, 22,560 to the hour. Atom bomb is from 1945 as both a noun and a verb; compareatomic.
http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=atom

Science has borrowed it lately from language as it has no language of its own.​

Try, try again, no harm in it and no compulsion whatsoever. Please
Regards

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http://www.religiousforums.com/threads/atheists-if-theres-no-god-then-where-did-the-word-god-come-from.182532/page-5#post-4546439

“Atheists: If there’s no God, then where did the word “God” come from?”

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