The confusion of a Greek origin centers around a Greek suffix and the Word Discus which looks and sounds simular.
The suffix -ikos was apparently one of the most frequently used in Greek, and it formed adjectives, -ikos meant "of", "pertaining to", or "in the manner of".
I'm affraid there are Dicus sound alikes all over the world.
All the roads I've travled are on the site.
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