comandare etymology

Italian word comandare comes from Latin mando, Latin con-, and later Latin commendo (I commend, entrust to, commit.. I recommend.)

Detailed word origin of comandare

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
mando Latin (lat) I order, command. I commission. I commit, consign. I confide. I entrust. I put in hand; deliver over. I put in writing. I send word to I chew, masticate. I bite, gnaw Glutton, gormandizer.
con- Latin (lat) Used in compounds to indicate a being or bringing together of several objects. Used in compounds to indicate the completeness, perfecting of any act, and thus gives intensity to the signification of the simple word.
com- Latin (lat)
commendo Latin (lat) I commend, entrust to, commit.. I recommend.
*commandare Vulgar Latin (la-vul)
comandare Italian (ita) (intransitive, Switzerland) to command, give orders, be in charge. (intransitive, mechanics) to control, operate. (transitive) to command, be in command of, be in charge of. (transitive) to order, give orders, command. (transitive) to rule.

Words with the same origin as comandare

Descendants of mando
comandante domanda mandare mandato mangiare mangiata raccomandazione rimandare
Descendants of con-
colazione collega combattere cominciare compagno compito completo comportamento comprare comune confuso conoscere consiglio contare contento continuo conto contratto coppia costretto costruire costume cugino nascondere