The given name Andrew comes from Greece. In Greek, it means “manly” and “strong” in modern English.
The given name Leon comes from the Greek word for “lion.” Leo is the Latin form.
The word phone comes from the Greek word of the same spelling (if spelled in the Latin alphabet) meaning “sound” or “voice” in modern English.
The English word comedy comes from the Greek word komoidos meaning “comic” or “poet” in modern English.
The English word cherry came from Old Northern French word cherise, which in turn came from the Latin word ceresia. The ultimate root word is the Greek word kerasos, which means “cherry” or “cherry-tree.”