necessario etymology

Italian word necessario comes from Latin cedo, and later Latin necesse (Inevitable. Necessary; needed. Unavoidable, particularly:.)

Detailed word origin of necessario

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
cedo Latin (lat) (intransitive) I am inferior to, yield to in rank.. (intransitive) I disappear, pass away, vanish.. (intransitive) I go, move, proceed, go along, move along.. (intransitive) I result, turn out, happen.. (intransitive) I withdraw, depart, retire, go away from.. (intransitive, military) I withdraw, fall back, give up my post.. (intransitive, with dative or in +acc.) I fall (to) (as a [...]
necesse Latin (lat) Inevitable. Necessary; needed. Unavoidable, particularly:.
necessarius Latin (lat) Friend. Kinsman. Patron Indispensable, requisite. Unavoidable, inevitable.
necessario Italian (ita) Indispensable. Inevitable. Necessary. Required Materials. Necessary, what is necessary. The essentials.

Words with the same origin as necessario

Descendants of cedo
cedere deceduto necessità procedimento processo