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In ancient Greek the word for “fire” was “πύρ” and its pronounced as (pir). Πυρ or πυρά as in pyr/pyra the root of words like pyromaniac, pyrotechnics, pyrokenesis (all great Greek words!) And while it is still used in Greek today the word φωτιά “phôtiá" coming from the word for light or “bright" is more common in everyday speech.What is the Greek name for fire?
Greek fire, which is also called marine fire or by its latin name, ignis graecus, was a incendiary weapon of the Byzantine Empire that was developed in the late 7th century AD. It was launched from a catapult and its main attribute was that it was not extinguished by water.