insert etymology

English word insert comes from Latin sero, Latin sero

Detailed word origin of insert

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
sero Latin (lat) (figuratively) I found, establish; scatter, spread, disseminate; propagate; excite; cause, produce.. (of persons) I beget, bring forth, produce.. I sow, plant.
sero Latin (lat) (figuratively) I join, interweave, connect; combine, compose, contrive.. I join or bind together; plait, interweave, interlace, entwine.
inserere Latin (lat)
insertus Latin (lat)
insert English (eng) (genetics) A sequence of DNA inserted into another DNA molecule. (linguistics) An expression, such as "please" or an interjection, that may occur at various points in an utterance.. A promotional or instructive leaflet inserted into a magazine, newspaper, tape or disk package, etc.. An image inserted into text. (transitive) To put in between or into.

Words with the same origin as insert

Descendants of sero
la season seasonal
Descendants of sero
serial series