Due etymology


English word due comes from Latin habuistis, Latin ex, e (A name of the letter X. (+ ablative) out of, from.), Proto-Indo-European *dyeu-, Proto-Indo-European *dī-

Etymology of due

Detailed word origin of due

Dictionary entry Language Definition
habuistis Latin (lat)
ex, e Latin (lat) A name of the letter X. (+ ablative) out of, from.
*dyeu- Proto-Indo-European (ine) to shine
*dī- Proto-Indo-European (ine) time
de- Latin (lat) De-.
*deywós Proto-Indo-European (ine) God.
debeo Latin (lat) To be bound, in duty bound to do something; "I ought", "I must", "I should". To have or keep from some one. To owe something, to be under obligation to and for something.
*deiwos Proto-Italic (itc-pro) God, deity.
devoir Old French (842-ca. 1400) (fro) (modal) to have to; must. To owe Debt.
deiuos Old Latin (itc-ola)
*dẹ̄vos Latin (lat)
Deus Latin (lat) God (in a Judeo-Christian context).
deu Old French (842-ca. 1400) (fro)
due English (en) (in plural dues) A membership fee.. Deserved acknowledgment.. Right; just title or claim.. That which is owed; debt; that which belongs or may be claimed as a right; whatever custom, law, or morality requires to be done, duty. Appropriate.. Having reached the expected, scheduled, or natural time.. On a direct bearing, especialy for the four points of the compass. Owed or owing.. Owing; [...]

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