Pulposus etymology


Latin word pulposus comes from Latin -osus, Latin pulpa

Etymology of pulposus

Detailed word origin of pulposus

Dictionary entry Language Definition
-osus Latin (lat) -ose, -ous; full of, prone to. Used to form adjectives from nouns.
pulpa Latin (lat) The fleshy part, pulp of fruit. The pith of wood. The soft part of an animal's body; flesh.
pulposus Latin (lat) Fleshy, pulpy, pulpous.

Words with the same origin as pulposus

Descendants of -osus