Suami etymology


Indonesian word suami comes from Sanskrit स्वामिन्

Etymology of suami

Detailed word origin of suami

Dictionary entry Language Definition
स्वामिन् Sanskrit (san) A chief, commander (of an army) (Vikr. Subh.). A husband, lover (dual "husband and wife") (Āpast. Mn. MBh. &c). A king, prince (in drama used as a form of address, same as देव). A name (Yājñ. L. Cat.). A spiritual, preceptor, learned Brahman or Pandit (used as a title). An owner, proprietor, master, lord or owner of (genitive, locative, or comp.) (Mn. MBh. &c). Name of the 11th अर्हत् of the [...]
suami Indonesian (ind) Husband.