indurre etymology

Italian word indurre comes from Latin duco (I draw, pull. I lead, guide. I prolong. I think, consider.), Latin ingratus (Thankless. Ungrateful. Unpleasant, disagreeable.), Latin duire, Latin en-

Detailed word origin of indurre

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
duco Latin (lat) I draw, pull. I lead, guide. I prolong. I think, consider.
ingratus Latin (lat) Thankless. Ungrateful. Unpleasant, disagreeable.
duire Latin (lat)
en- Latin (lat)
induco Latin (lat) (by extension) I draw over, spread over, overlay, cover, overspread.. (by extension) I put on, wear; assume.. (figuratively) I bring into, introduce, insert; describe; initiate; establish.. (figuratively) I lead to or into; induce, move, excite, persuade, entice; mislead, seduce, delude, cajole, deceive.. (figuratively) I smooth over, strike out, erase.. (figuratively, with animum or in [...]
indurre Italian (ita) (transitive) To induce or persuade (someone to do something).

Words with the same origin as indurre

Descendants of duco
condotta condurre doccia duca educato educazione prodotto produrre produttore produzione ridotto ridurre riduzione sedurre tradurre traduzione
Descendants of ingratus
ingrato