concorso etymology

Italian word concorso comes from Latin currendus, Middle French (ca. 1400-1600) courre (To run.), Latin con

Detailed word origin of concorso

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
currendus Latin (lat)
courre Middle French (ca. 1400-1600) (frm) To run.
con Latin (lat)
courir French (fra) To run.
concurro Latin (lat) I coincide. I concur. I flock. I run with others.
concursus Latin (lat) (figurative) an assault. (of objects) a union, conjunction, combination. (of troops) an attack, charge. A convergence of people; an assembly. An uproar, tumult.
concorso Italian (ita) Competition. Contribution (to something). Exam, examination. Gathering or combination.

Words with the same origin as concorso

Descendants of con
cognome collaborare collaborazione commercio coscienza costruire costruzione invitare