injection etymology

English word injection comes from Latin iacio, Latin ingratus (Thankless. Ungrateful. Unpleasant, disagreeable.), Latin inicere

Detailed word origin of injection

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
iacio Latin (lat) (as a shadow) I project.. (figuratively) I throw out in speaking, let fall, utter, mention, declare.. I lay, set, establish, build, found, construct, erect.. I scatter, sow, throw.. I send forth, emit; bring forth, produce.. I throw, hurl, cast, fling; throw away.
ingratus Latin (lat) Thankless. Ungrateful. Unpleasant, disagreeable.
inicere Latin (lat)
iniectare Latin (lat)
injectus Latin (lat)
iniectio Latin (lat) Injection. Inspiration, instillation.
injection Middle French (frm)
injection English (eng) (category theory) A morphism from either one of the two components of a coproduct to that coproduct.. (construction) The act of inserting materials like concrete grout or gravel by using high pressure pumps.. (figuratively) The supply of additional funding to a person or a business.. (mathematics) A relation on sets (X,Y) that associates each element of Y with at most one element of X.. [...]

Words with the same origin as injection

Descendants of iacio
bob eject inject jet object objection objective project projector reject subject trajectory