Thesauruses are two of the oldest words in English.
Thesauri and semantia are both from Greek, while the latter is from Latin.
The first word is Greek, and the second is Latin, but semantion, meaning “a place of summer,” has been around since the time of the Romans.
Semantia can be used to describe a place that has a summer season, like a summer camp or beach.
The ancient Greeks and Romans had many summer camps around their cities, so they were used as a verb to describe that time of year.
The Greek and Roman nouns thesauri, semantian, semanto, and semantis, were often used interchangeably.
However, in modern English, thesauras have different meanings.
Semantic analysis suggests that thesauros has more specific semantic meaning, as it means “summer.”
Thesaurology, which is based on Semantic Analysis, has also been shown to predict the probability of having a particular summer event, like having a hot day in the summer, which can be more accurate than a single summer event.