combinare etymology

Italian word combinare comes from Latin com-, Latin binus, Latin bini, Latin combinatum, and later Latin combino (I combine, unite.)

Detailed word origin of combinare

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
com- Latin (lat)
binus Latin (lat) (chiefly plural) in pairs. (chiefly plural) two each. Double, twofold, binary.
bini Latin (lat)
combinatum Latin (lat)
combino Latin (lat) I combine, unite.
combinare Late Latin (LL)
combinare Italian (ita) (intransitive) to agree, fit, coincide. (transitive) to arrange, organize, agree. (transitive) to combine, match, mix, reconcile, mingle. (transitive) to conclude, clinch, make, achieve. (transitive) to lace. (transitive, familiar) to do, be up to.

Words with the same origin as combinare

Descendants of com-
collezione comandante comando combattere combattimento combattuto combinato combinazione cominciare compagno compito compleanno complesso completo condanna condannato contare conto corretto coscienza costoso costruire cugino prezioso prezzo
Descendants of binus