part-takynge etymology

Middle English word part-takynge comes from Latin capio (I capture, seize, take. I take in, understand. I take on.), English part, English take, Proto-Italic *partis (Part.), Proto-Italic - kaps

Detailed word origin of part-takynge

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
capio Latin (lat) I capture, seize, take. I take in, understand. I take on.
part English (eng) Partly; partially; fractionally. (intransitive) To be divided in two or separated; shed.. (intransitive) To leave someone's company; (rare, poetic, literary) to go way; to die; to get rid of something, stop using it.. (obsolete) To have a part or share; to partake.. (obsolete) To hold apart; to stand or intervene between.. (transitive) To divide in two.. (transitive, archaic) To leave; to [...]
take English (eng) (film) A scene recorded (filmed) at one time, without an interruption or break; a recording of such a scene.. (medicine) An instance of successful inoculation/vaccination.. (music) A recording of a musical performance made during an uninterrupted single recording period.. (printing) The quantity of copy given to a compositor at one time.. (rugby, cricket) A catch of the ball (in cricket, [...]
*partis Proto-Italic (itc-pro) Part.
- kaps Proto-Italic (itc-pro)
partim Latin (lat) (transferred senses) :. Literally. Partly, in part, a part, some of, some.
*partikaps Proto-Italic (itc-pro) Sharing.
particeps Latin (lat) Sharing.
part-takinge Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as part-takynge

Descendants of capio
acatour cacchen catour chacer chaser chasour conceiven conceptioun deceyven desayven dissayven part-takinge perceiven receiven
Descendants of *partis
imparten parcial pars part proporcion