The word is derived from Greek and means "for the greater good".
There is currently no complete agreement on how the word should be derived.
The published work is around 65,000 words, derived from the 100,000 word entire corpus.
The word is derived from the name of a spring used by Indians hunting in the area.
But all these would be words, derived from without.
The word is similar to and probably derived from Lazaretto.
Their words were hard to understand but had obviously been derived from the Arkonide language.
The word might have been derived from the expression "mad sailor".
This word is derived from Ostarrîchi, which first appears in 996.
The word sounds similar to, and is actually derived from Bulgare.