simultaneous etymology

English word simultaneous comes from Latin similis (Similar.)

Detailed word origin of simultaneous

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
similis Latin (lat) Similar.
simul Latin (lat) As soon as.. At the same time; simultaneously.
simultim Latin (lat)
simultaneus Malayalam (mal)
simultaneous English (eng) (mathematics, of a set of equations) To be solved for the same value of variable.. Occurring or transpiring at the same moment.

Words with the same origin as simultaneous

Descendants of similis
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