Cei etymology


Welsh word cei comes from Proto-Celtic *kagyom (Pen, enclosure.), Latin coacto (I compel, constrain, force.)

Etymology of cei

Detailed word origin of cei

Dictionary entry Language Definition
*kagyom Proto-Celtic (cel-pro) Pen, enclosure.
coacto Latin (lat) I compel, constrain, force.
cagiíun Gaulish (cel-gau)
cagiíum Gaulish (cel-gau)
*kagyom Gaulish (cel-gau)
coagulum Latin (lat) Curd. Rennet. Thickening, congealing. Tie, bond, binding agent.
caium Latin (lat) (Middle Latin) quay, wharf. (Middle Latin) storehouse, shop, workshop.
cail Old French (fro) Quay; wharf.
key, keye Middle English (enm)
cei Welsh (cym) Quay.