It's not always all Greek. Etymology clarifies and connects: words, meaning, dots, people and place.
In the Biblical Hebrew, Adamah (אדמה) means ground, so the origin of the name Adam finds its genesis in the earth. Similarly, the Latin humanus, meaning "of man" or "people," is a derivative of humus, the organic component of soil.
This blue planet is our home—our oikos, a Greek term meaning "family," "property," and "house" and also the root of both ecology and economy—in more ways than one.