suppositorie etymology

Middle English word suppositorie comes from French poser, Middle French poser, Catalan posar, Latin pono (I ordain. I place, put, lay. I set up, pitch (camp).)

Detailed word origin of suppositorie

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
poser French (fra) (transitive) to ask (a question). (transitive) to install, fit. (transitive) to land (a plane). (transitive) to lay, place. (transitive) to stop carrying, to put down (something or somebody).
poser Middle French (frm)
posar Catalan (cat) (of medication or cosmetics) to apply. To put, to place. To set.
pono Latin (lat) I ordain. I place, put, lay. I set up, pitch (camp).
suppono Latin (lat) I add to.. I falsify.. I put, to place under.. I subject (to).. I substitute.
suppositorius Latin (lat)
suppositorium Malayalam (mal)
suppositorie Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as suppositorie

Descendants of poser
proponen supposen
Descendants of pono
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