fregata etymology

Italian word fregata comes from Ancient Greek ἀ-, Ancient Greek φράκτης, and later Latin aphractus ((nautical) An open boat (vessel with no deck).)

Detailed word origin of fregata

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
ἀ- Ancient Greek (grc)
φράκτης Ancient Greek (grc)
ἄφρακτος Ancient Greek (grc)
aphractus Latin (lat) (nautical) An open boat (vessel with no deck).
fregata Italian (ita) Frigate.

Words with the same origin as fregata

Descendants of ἀ-
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