pas etymology

English word pas comes from Latin patior (I allow, acquiesce, submit.. I suffer, endure.), Proto-Indo-European *pent-, Proto-Indo-European *patno-, Latin -tus, Old Latin mīlle passum, Middle French pas (Pace; step.)

Detailed word origin of pas

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
patior Latin (lat) I allow, acquiesce, submit.. I suffer, endure.
*pent- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*patno- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
-tus Latin (lat) Forms collective/abstract nouns from adjectives. Forms action nouns from verbs. Forms adjectives having the sense provided with.. Forms the past participle of verbs.
mīlle passum Old Latin (itc-ola)
pas Middle French (frm) Pace; step.
pando Latin (lat) I spread or open (out), extend. I spread out to dry. I unfold or expand.
pas Old French (fro) Pace; step.
pas French (fra) (geography) strait (e.g., Pas de Calais, "Strait of Dover"). Step, pace, footstep (colloquial) not. (ne ... pas) not.
pas English (eng) (obsolete) The right of going foremost; precedence.. A pace; a step, as in a dance.

Words with the same origin as pas

Descendants of patior
bypass compass impatient mile mileage millennium million millionaire pace pacey pass passage passenger passing passion passionate passive passport password past patient trespass
Descendants of *pent-
find finder pad path patrol spread widespread
Descendants of -tus
act applause convent convention conventional course exit gesture habit market pulse supermarket use used useful useless usual usually virtue