issue etymology

English word issue comes from Latin eo, Latin evanescere, Latin de, and later Old French (842-ca. 1400) issir (To get out; to escape. To leave, to go out.)

Detailed word origin of issue

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
eo Latin (lat) (business) I go for; I am sold at (a certain price).. (intransitive) I go.. (legal) I accede, go over to the opposing opinion or other side in voting.. I prepare (for some action); I set about.. I proceed, advance.. I result, happen as a consequence.
evanescere Latin (lat)
de Latin (lat) (Late Latin) of persons. From, away from, down from, out of; in general to indicate the person or place from which any thing is taken, etc., with verbs of taking away, depriving, demanding, requesting, inquiring, buying; as capere, sumere, emere, quaerere, discere, trahere, etc., and their compounds.. From, away from, to indicate the place from which someone or something departs or [...]
e Latin (lat) out of, from The name of the letter E.
exeunt Latin (lat)
issir Old French (842-ca. 1400) (fro) To get out; to escape. To leave, to go out.
eissue Old French (842-ca. 1400) (fro)
ischewe Middle English (1100-1500) (enm)
issue English (eng) (US, originally, _, psychology, usually plural) A psychological or emotional difficulty, (now, _, informal, figurative, _, and, _) any problem or concern considered as a vague and intractable difficulty.. (figurative, now, _, rare) The action or an instance of feeling some emotion.. (figurative, now, _, rare) The action or an instance of leaving any state or condition.. (figuratively) [...]

Words with the same origin as issue

Descendants of eo
circuit commence exit experience experienced inexperienced initial initiation initiative perish sudden trance transit transition
Descendants of de
award dick die due duty effect effort election exact example exchange excuse exist existence expect expected expecting experiment sample say still