Neon

Origin: Ancient Greek

Meaning: Neon comes from Ancient Greek neo meaning “new”.

Neon is the name of a chemical gas, as well as used to refer to a neon lamp and neon signs, signs that use electric lights. It’s also been used by several figures in Ancient Greece so it’s a name that has a long history.

Variants:

  • Neo (Latin, English)

 

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