coenact etymology

English word coenact comes from English enact, English co-

Detailed word origin of coenact

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
enact English (eng) (obsolete) purpose; determination (transitive) to act the part of; to play. (transitive) to do; to effect. (transitive, legal) to make (a bill) into law.
co- English (eng) (mathematics) of the opposite, of the counterpart; dual. Partner or subordinate in an activity. To the same degree. Together; mutually; jointly.
coenact English (eng) (transitive) To enact jointly with somebody else.

Words with the same origin as coenact

Descendants of enact
Member of Parliament majority mesority parliament suspend
Descendants of co-
coaction coadjacent coalesce coarchitect cobrand cocultural coexist coherent cohost coincidental comigrate copathogen copilot coplane coproduction coregister coring cosection coseismal cosign cosine costain costar coworker