Literally meaning: " seed”
Origin: Anc Greek
σπόρος(=seed) > (=sow,) >σπείρω/spearo (=disperse)
the name of the classical Greek city Σπάρτη/Sparta is derived also from word σπείρω(=disperse) due to many villages around of
’s region. Sparta
A usually very resistant single-celled reproductive body capable of growing into a new. Spores differ from seeds because they have little stored food resources compared with seeds and also differ from gametes which are compined with other gametes in order to form a new organism..