vehicle etymology

English word vehicle comes from Latin via (Road, street or path. The right way. Way, method, manner.), Latin -culum, Latin vectum

Detailed word origin of vehicle

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
via Latin (lat) Road, street or path. The right way. Way, method, manner.
-culum Latin (lat) Suffix used to form some nouns derived from verbs, particularly nouns representing tools and instruments.
vectum Latin (lat)
*wéǵʰe- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*wḗǵʰst Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) To transport.
*weɣō Proto-Italic (itc-pro) Carry, convey.
veho Latin (lat) (passive) I ride; I am borne.. I carry, bear, convey, transport.
vehiculum Latin (lat) A means of transport; vehicle, conveyance, carriage; wagon, cart; ship.. An agricultural implement for cutting down grain; reaping-machine.
véhicule French (fra) Vehicle.
vehicle English (eng) (Buddhism) A mode or method of spiritual practice; a yana.. (Hinduism) An animal or (rarely) a plant on which a Hindu deity rides or sits. (pharmaceuticals) The main excipient (such as an oil or gel) that conveys the active ingredient of a drug.. A conveyance; a device for carrying or transporting substances, objects or individuals.. A liquid content (e.g. oil) which acts as a binding and [...]

Words with the same origin as vehicle

Descendants of via
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Descendants of -culum
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