incapsulate etymology

English word incapsulate comes from English in-, English capsule, English -ule ((rare, scientific) Diminutive suffix.)

Detailed word origin of incapsulate

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
in- English (eng) In, into (non-productive) Added to adjectives to mean not. (non-productive) Added to nouns to mean lacking or without. (non-productive) Used with certain words to reverse their meaning In, into, towards, within.
capsule English (eng) (attributively, figuratively) in a brief, condensed or compact form. (botany) A sporangium, especially in bryophytes.. (botany) A type of simple, dehiscent, dry fruit (seed-case) produced by many species of flowering plants, such as poppy, lily, orchid, willow and cotton.. (chemistry, dated) A small clay saucer for roasting or melting samples of ores, etc.; a scorifier.. (dialectal, UK, [...]
-ule English (eng) (rare, scientific) Diminutive suffix.
incapsulate English (eng)

Words with the same origin as incapsulate

Descendants of in-
illogical immoral impound inappropriate inaudible incapable incomprehensible inconclusive inconsiderate inconsistent indispensable informal informed inhuman inland insecure insensitive insignificant inspector invalid invaluable involuntary irrelevant irresistible irresponsible
Descendants of capsule
Spansule acapsular caplet capsular antigen capsular cataract capsular contracture capsular ligament capsular polysaccharide capsular space capsulate capsuliferous capsuliform capsuligenous capsulise capsulitis capsulize encapsulization gelcap tabsule
Descendants of -ule
dent dental dentist