The word electricity is derived from

Electricity is derived from the Greek word electron. The meaning of electron is amber which is either a yellow or reddish brownstone which is used as jewellery.

It was noticed that when amber was rubbed, it would get an electrostatic charge using which light things such as straw and feather was lifted.

Therefore, it can be concluded that the word electricity was derived from an electron.

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