istruttore etymology

Italian word istruttore comes from Latin struo, and later Latin instructor (Someone who arranges something; preparer.)

Detailed word origin of istruttore

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
struo Latin (lat) I compose, construct, build. I place, arrange. I ready, prepare.
instruere Latin (lat)
instructor Latin (lat) Someone who arranges something; preparer.
istruttore Italian (ita) (legal) investigating, examining Instructor, teacher, coach.

Words with the same origin as istruttore

Descendants of struo
costruire costruzione distruggere distruzione istruzione