practic etymology

English word practic comes from Ancient Greek πράσσειν, Ancient Greek πράσσω

Detailed word origin of practic

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
πράσσειν Ancient Greek (grc)
πράσσω Ancient Greek (grc)
πρακτικός Ancient Greek (grc)
practicus Late Latin (LL)
practic English (eng) (archaic) Practical.. (obsolete) Cunning, crafty. A person concerned with action or practice, as opposed to one concerned with theory.

Words with the same origin as practic

Descendants of πράσσειν
practical practise practising