emphatically etymology

English word emphatically comes from English -ally (Forms adverbs; usually of adjectives ending in -ic.), English emphatic

Detailed word origin of emphatically

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-ally English (eng) Forms adverbs; usually of adjectives ending in -ic.
emphatic English (eng) (linguistics) A word or phrase adding emphasis, such as "a lot" or "really".. (phonology) An emphatic consonant. (grammar) Belonging to a set of English tense forms comprising the auxiliary verb do + an infinitive without to.. (phonology) Belonging to a series of obstruent consonants in several Semitic languages that are distinguished from both voiced and voiceless consonants by a certain [...]
emphatically English (eng) (obsolete) Not really, but apparently.. In an emphatic manner; with emphasis.

Words with the same origin as emphatically

Descendants of -ally
automatically basically democratically dramatically drastically electrically electronically enthusiastically erratically frantically heroically ironically magically organically physically realistically romantically sarcastically scientifically specifically strategically systematically telepathically tragically