comando etymology

Italian word comando comes from Italian comandare

Detailed word origin of comando

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
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.
comando Italian (ita) (mechanics, electronics etc.) control, drive. (sports) head, lead. Command, charge, leadership. Headquarters. Order, command.

Words with the same origin as comando

Descendants of comandare
comandante telecomando