granaio etymology

Italian word granaio comes from Italian grano, Italian -aio

Detailed word origin of granaio

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
grano Italian (ita) Bead (of the rosary). Grain (of cereal, or small piece of something). Money. Peppercorn. Pin. Wheat, corn.
-aio Italian (ita) A suffix used to form agent nouns.. Used to form words, derived from nouns, meaning a place or (more rarely) an animal associated with the specified object.
granaio Italian (ita) (figuratively) region that produces much grain; a breadbasket. Granary, barn.

Words with the same origin as granaio

Descendants of -aio
bagagliaio macellaio marinaio