restituer etymology

French word restituer comes from Latin statuo

Detailed word origin of restituer

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
statuo Latin (lat) I decide, make up (my mind). I erect. I establish, determine, fix (the form or character of). I hold up, stop, end. I set up, station (in an upright position).
restituere Latin (lat)
restituer French (fra) (transitive) to bring back, bring back to life. (transitive) to recreate, to reproduce (create/produce again). (transitive) to restitute, to refund. (transitive) to restitute, to restore (return to something's former condition). (transitive) to return, to give back (something to its original owner). (transitive, colloquial) to throw up (vomit).

Words with the same origin as restituer

Descendants of statuo
constitution destitution institut restituable restitutif statuette statut