direktorijum etymology

Serbo-Croatian word direktorijum comes from Latin dictio (A saying, speaking, talk, oratory.), Latin -arius, Malayalam directorium

Detailed word origin of direktorijum

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
dictio Latin (lat) A saying, speaking, talk, oratory.
-arius Latin (lat) (masculine only) -er; Used to form nouns denoting an agent of use, such as a dealer or artisan, from other nouns. Used to form adjectives from nouns or numerals.
directorium Malayalam (mal)
directorie Middle English (enm)
dictionarius Latin (lat)
dictiōnārium Malayalam (mal)
directory English (eng) Containing directions; instructing; directorial. (computing) A structured listing of the names and characteristics of the files on a storage device.. (computing) A virtual container in a computer's file system, in which files and other directories may be stored. The files and subdirectories in a directory are usually related.. A list of names, addresses etc, of specific classes of people or [...]
direktorijum Serbo-Croatian (hbs) (computing, Bosnia, Serbia) directory, folder.

Words with the same origin as direktorijum

Descendants of dictio
direktorij директоријум
Descendants of -arius
-ar -ар