synchronize etymology

English word synchronize comes from Ancient Greek συν-, Ancient Greek χρόνος, Ancient Greek σύνχρονος

Detailed word origin of synchronize

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
συν- Ancient Greek (grc)
χρόνος Ancient Greek (grc)
σύνχρονος Ancient Greek (grc)
σύγχρονος Ancient Greek (grc)
συγχρονίζω Ancient Greek (grc)
synchronize English (eng) (intransitive) To occur at the same time or with coordinated timing.. (transitive) To cause two or more events to happen at exactly the same time, at the same rate, or in a time-coordinated way. To harmonize in regard to time.

Words with the same origin as synchronize

Descendants of συν-
Stockholm syndrome isosyllabic multisync radiosymmetric syllabatim syllable symbiosis symbiotic symbiotically symblepharon symbol symmetry sympathy symphony symplectic symposium symptom syn- sync synch synchro synchronicity synchronisation synchronizer syndrome
Descendants of χρόνος
Descendants of σύνχρονος
synchicity synchrony syncword