German word Satz comes from Proto-Indo-European *sodéyeti (To set, to seat, to cause to sit.).
Satz detailed word origin explanation
|*sodéyeti || Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) ||To set, to seat, to cause to sit. |
|*satjaną || Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) ||To set, to place down. |
|sezzen || Old High German (goh) || |
|setzen || Middle High German (gmh) || |
|setzen || German (deu) ||(reflexive, of a person) to sit down. (reflexive, of particles or contents) to settle. (transitive) to set; to put. |
|Satz || German (deu) ||(mathematics) proposition, theorem. (music) movement. (tennis) set. Jump, leap. Sediment, grounds (something that has precipitated from a liquid). Sentence. Set (matching collection of similar things). Typeset. |