unanimous etymology

English word unanimous comes from Latin unum, Latin animus (Courage, will. Mind, soul, life force.)

Detailed word origin of unanimous

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
unum Latin (lat)
animus Latin (lat) Courage, will. Mind, soul, life force.
unanimus Latin (lat) Concordant, harmonious, unanimous (that acts as one).
unanimous English (eng) Based on unanimity, assent or agreement.. Sharing the same views or opinions, and being in harmony or accord.