summon etymology

English word summon comes from Latin sub, Latin moneo (I remind. I warn, advise.)

Detailed word origin of summon

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
sub Latin (lat) (with ablative) about, around (time). (with ablative) at the feet of. (with ablative) behind. (with ablative) under, beneath. (with ablative) within, during. (with accusative) under, up to, up under, close to (of a motion). (with accusative) until, before, up to, about.
moneo Latin (lat) I remind. I warn, advise.
summoneo Latin (lat)
sumundre Old French (fro)
somoundre Anglo-Norman (xno)
summon English (eng) (fantasy, transitive) To create a resource by magic.. (legal, transitive) To order someone to appear in court, especially by issuing a summons.. (transitive) To ask someone to come; to send for.. (transitive) To call people together; to convene.. (transitive) To use a personal skill. Call, command, order.

Words with the same origin as summon

Descendants of sub
souvenir succeed success successful succession sudden suffer suffering suffice sufficient suffocate suggest suggestion summons support suppress surrogate suspect suspicion
Descendants of moneo
demonstrate demonstration mint mon money monitor monster monstrous monument monumental muster premonition