ammettere etymology

Italian word ammettere comes from Latin mittere, Proto-Indo-European *moy-, Latin ad- (To.)

Detailed word origin of ammettere

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
mittere Latin (lat)
*moy- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
ad- Latin (lat) To.
metre Old French (842-ca. 1400) (fro) To put, to place.
mitto Latin (lat) I announce, tell, report, send word, advise. I attend, guide, escort. I dismiss, disregard. I let or bring out, put or send forth, send out, emit; let blood, bleed; utter a sound, speak, say. I put an end to. I put out, extend, reach out (my hand). I send, cause to go, let go, release, discharge. I throw, hurl, cast, launch, send; throw down, sprinkle. I yield, furnish, produce, export.
mettre Middle French (ca. 1400-1600) (frm) To put; to place.
mettre French (fra) (pronominal) to start (+ à) (something / doing something), to get around to doing something. (transitive) to put; to place. (transitive) to set (to lay a table). (transitive, of clothing) to put on.
admitto Latin (lat) I let in, admit.. I perpetrate, commit.
ammettere Italian (ita) (transitive) to admit, accept, acknowledge. (transitive) to bear, tolerate, brook. (transitive) to suppose, grant.

Words with the same origin as ammettere

Descendants of mittere
commettere messa mettere permettere trasmettere trasmettitore trasmissione
Descendants of ad-
a accendere accento acceso accettare accusa affare aggiungere aggressione agio appartamento arrestare arresto arrivare aspetto assumere assunto attento attenzione attraente avventura avvocato disagio sparire