Notice etymology


English word notice comes from Proto-Indo-European *ǵenh₃-, and later Proto-Italic *gnōskō (Know, get to know.)

Etymology of notice

Detailed word origin of notice

Dictionary entry Language Definition
*ǵenh₃- Proto-Indo-European (ine)
*gnōskō Proto-Italic (itc-pro) Know, get to know.
*ǵn̥h₃tós Proto-Indo-European (ine) Known. Recognisable.
nosco Latin (lat) I know, recognize, am acquainted with, i.e.; in possession of knowledge.
*gnōtos Proto-Italic (itc-pro)
notus Latin (lat)
notitia Latin (lat) Fame, renown, celebrity. Notice, acquaintance.
notice Middle French (ca. 1400-1600) (frm)
notice English (en) (transitive) To acknowledge the presence of; observe.. (transitive) To detect; to perceive with the mind.. (transitive) To lavish attention upon. (countable) A formal notification or warning.. (countable) A published critical review of a play or the like.(Can we add an example for this sense?). (countable) A written or printed announcement.. (dated) Attention; respectful treatment; [...]