Sensus etymology


Latin word sensus comes from Proto-Indo-European *wes-, and later Proto-Germanic *wesaną (To consume, feast To be. To exist. To remain.)

Etymology of sensus

Detailed word origin of sensus

Dictionary entry Language Definition
*wes- Proto-Indo-European (ine) fat, moisture, to dress, stab, to stick, prick, pierce, sting, moist, wet
*wesaną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To consume, feast To be. To exist. To remain.
*h₁ésmi Proto-Indo-European (ine)
*h₁esmi- Proto-Indo-European (ine) to be
*h₁é-h₁es- Proto-Indo-European (ine)
*h₂wéseti Proto-Indo-European (ine) To dwell, remain.
*sent- Proto-Indo-European (ine) to go, to feel  , to walk, travel, being, true, to head for, go
sentire Latin (lat)
sensus Latin (lat) (poetic) understanding, reason. A feeling, sentiment. Perception, capability of feeling, ability to perceive.

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