Demonstration etymology


English word demonstration comes from Latin monstro, Latin de- (De-.), Latin monstrare

Etymology of demonstration

Detailed word origin of demonstration

Dictionary entry Language Definition
monstro Latin (lat) I advise, teach. I appoint, ordain.. I denounce, indict.. I show, point out, indicate.
de- Latin (lat) De-.
monstrare Latin (lat)
demonstro Latin (lat) I draw attention to. I point out. I show, demonstrate, prove.
demonstrationem Latin (lat)
demonstration Old French (fro)
demonstration English (en) A mathematical proof.. A public display of group opinion.. A show of military force.. An event at which something will be demonstrated.. The act of demonstrating; showing or explaining something.

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