costato etymology

Italian word costato comes from Latin sto, Latin con-, and later Italian costare ((intransitive) to cost.)

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Detailed word origin of costato

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
sto Latin (lat) (Medieval Latin) I [currently] am (feel). (Medieval Latin) I am [located at]. I stand. I stay, remain.
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)
consto Latin (lat) To agree, correspond, fit. To be certain, decided, agreed upon, consistent. To consist, to be composed of. To cost. To stand still; to remain the same; stand firm. To stand together.
costare Italian (ita) (intransitive) to cost.
costato Italian (ita)

Words with the same origin as costato

Descendants of sto
costituzione essere instabile istante ostacolo prestito restituire sostituire sostituto stabile stagione stanco stanza stare stato status stazione
Descendants of con-
colazione collega comandante combattere cominciare compagno compito completo comportamento comprare comune confuso conoscere consiglio contare contento continuo conto contratto coppia costretto costruire costume cugino nascondere