agio etymology

Italian word agio comes from Latin iaceo, Latin adjaceo, and later Old Provençal (to 1500) aize (Ease (lack of anxiety).)

Detailed word origin of agio

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
iaceo Latin (lat) (of speech or language) I am languid, dull or lifeless.. (of the face or eyes) I am fixed on the ground or cast down.. I am indolent, idle or inactive.. I am low, flat or level.. I am of no avail, lie dormant or abandoned.. I am placed or situated, lie.. I am sick, lie ill.. I hang down loose.. I have fallen, lie dead.. I lie in ruins.. I lie overthrown; I am refuted, fail; I am despised.. I [...]
adjaceo Latin (lat)
adiacentem Latin (lat)
adjacens Latin (lat)
aize Old Provençal (to 1500) (pro) Ease (lack of anxiety).
agio Italian (ita) Ease, comfort. Luxury, comfort.

Words with the same origin as agio

Descendants of iaceo
disagio