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- formed or developed from something else; not original; - John Dewey
- the result of mathematical differentiation; the instantaneous change of one quantity relative to another; df(x)/dx; derivative; differential coefficient; differential; first derivative
- The name is derived from the old German "Moos Au".
- The name is derived from the Siak Regency of Riau.
- The name is derived from a district in Brighton.
- Its name derived from a palm plant called “Pitogo”.
- "Ah Pah" is a name derived from the Yurok language.
- Tolicha is a name derived from the Yokutsan languages.
- The name was derived from Ventura, California.
- The name was derived from the local Indian word for "welcome".
- In some cases the family name was derived from a profession (e.g.
- Their use of the title probably derived from the ancient Persian title.
- It was probably derived from a cognomen "Segulus", of uncertain meaning.
- Movement 7 is probably derived from a secular dance-like movement in da capo form.
- Sable Island derived its name from the French word for "sand".
- Malfa derived its name from Amalfi.
- It is also said to have derived its name from a small island named Myrtus.
- The dwarf and pygmy sperm whales are more derived than "K. pusilla".
- The clade Neoceratopsia includes all ceratopsians more derived than psittacosaurids.
- Comparison with "TBX3" in other species showed that the "non-dun2" deletion is a more derived allele.
- Dunphy Dunphy is an Irish surname derived from Donohoe.
- Shlesinger Shlesinger is a surname derived from Silesia.
- Urbanik Urbanik is a patronymic surname derived from the given name Urban.
- The word is obviously not derived from Arabic.
- The blue color is not derived from pigment but is structural.
- So, Eraviperoor is Eraviperoor and not derived from Eravipuram.
- This system is ultimately derived from West Semitic scripts.
- The name "dinar" is ultimately derived from the Roman denarius.
- The name ultimately derived from the Belgic tribe the Atrebates.
- The word is derived from Persian word "nard" ().
- The word is derived from the Greek "" 'distortion, dislocation'.
- The word is derived from the Ancient Greek ἄσφαλτος "ásphaltos".
- The name was most likely derived from "Rubrius", from "ruber", red or ruddy.
- Choestoe is a name most likely derived from the Cherokee language meaning "Rabbit place."
- "Aturia" is likely derived from species of the genus "Aturoidea" of the family Hercoglossidae.
- The title is derived from Butler's novel "Patternmaster".
- The title is derived from a comment by a witness at Adolf Eichmann's trial.
- The title is derived, according to the frontispiece, from Cervantes' "Don Quixote".
- The term is derived from the ethnonym of the local Ngatjan people.
- The term is derived .
- EBICAB was originally derived from Ericsson's SLR system in Sweden.
- The clutch mechanism uses dry plate carbon–carbon technology originally derived from aircraft brakes.
- The Akisho name is originally derived from "Cayisho" which means, in old Somali, the (Cayilsan) "Fat One."
- It is possibly derived from the Germanic for 'place by the stream'.
- “Belanda” itself was possibly derived from the Portuguese “Hollanda” (Holland).
- The name "Basic" is possibly derived from the Mahican language, meaning "stone".
- The specific epithet is derived from the "Latin "laetum", pleasant or bright".
- It was described by Vitali in 2003, and is known from Jamaica, from which its species epithet is derived.
- The specific epithet is derived from the Latin "convexus" (meaning convex) and refers to the forewing hump.
- It is a calque of the Greek name Theodore, itself derived from the Greek word "Theodoros".
- It is derived from the place name "Lewandów", itself derived from the Old Polish word "lewanda" – 'lavender' ("lawenda" in modern Polish).
- The word originates from the Old French , itself derived from the Latin meaning "arms and/or equipment", with the root meaning "arms or gear".