parola etymology

Italian word parola comes from Ancient Greek (to 1453) παρά, Ancient Greek (to 1453) βάλλω, Ancient Greek (to 1453) βολή, Old Irish (to 900) samail

Detailed word origin of parola

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
παρά Ancient Greek (to 1453) (grc)
βάλλω Ancient Greek (to 1453) (grc)
βολή Ancient Greek (to 1453) (grc)
samail Old Irish (to 900) (sga) Like, as (with following genitive or preceding possessive) that which something is to be likened to or is like. Description. Likeness, similarity. Simile, metaphor. The like of, such a.
παραβάλλω Ancient Greek (to 1453) (grc)
παραβολή Ancient Greek (to 1453) (grc)
parabola Latin (lat) (Ecclesiastical Latin) An allegorical relation, parable; proverb; taunting speech or any speech.. (Medieval Latin) word. A comparison, illustration, likeness.
parola Italian (ita) Instruction or truth. Speech (the ability to use vocalisations to communicate).. Word (distinct unit of language).. Word (something promised).

Words with the same origin as parola

Descendants of παρά
paragrafo paranoia parlamento parlare parrocchia
Descendants of βάλλω
balistica ballerina problema simbolo