Mandare etymology


Italian word mandare comes from Proto-Indo-European *dhē-, Latin dare, Latin do (I give.. I offer, render.. I yield, surrender, concede.), Proto-Indo-European *men-

Etymology of mandare

Detailed word origin of mandare

Dictionary entry Language Definition
*dhē- Proto-Indo-European (ine)
dare Latin (lat)
do Latin (lat) I give.. I offer, render.. I yield, surrender, concede.
*men- Proto-Indo-European (ine)
manus Latin (lat) (figuratively) bravery, valor. (figuratively) violence, fighting. (legal) an arrest. (legal) legal power of a man over his wife. (military, nautical) grappling hooks used to snare enemy vessels. A side, part, faction. A stake (in dice). A thrust with a sword. Branch of a tree. Group of people. Group, company, host, multitude of people, especially of soldiers. Hand. Handwriting. Labor. Paw of [...]
mando Latin (lat) I order, command. I commission. I commit, consign. I confide. I entrust. I put in hand; deliver over. I put in writing. I send word to I chew, masticate. I bite, gnaw Glutton, gormandizer.
mandare Italian (it) (transitive) to drive. (transitive) to send out, emit, utter. (transitive) to send, forward, dispatch, transmit. (transitive) to throw, cast.

Words with the same origin as mandare

Descendants of *dhē-


Descendants of do

dare nascondere

Descendants of *men-