popolare etymology

Italian word popolare comes from Latin populum, Latin -aris, and later Latin popularis (Compatriot, comrade Popular (by, of or for the people).)

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Detailed word origin of popolare

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
populum Latin (lat)
-aris Latin (lat) Used to form an adjective, usually from a noun, indicating a relationship or a pertaining to.
popularis Latin (lat) Compatriot, comrade Popular (by, of or for the people).
populaire French (fra) People's, as in People's Republic of China (in French: République Populaire de Chine).. Popular (liked by many people). Popular (relating to the people) Populace, the people.
popolare Italian (ita) (plural; of prices) low, cheap. Folk, vernacular. Of the people, people's, popular. Popular, pop, widespread, hot. Working-class.

Words with the same origin as popolare

Descendants of -aris
bracciale braccialetto canaglia cerebrale familiare federale ideale industriale lunare matrimoniale militare muscolare occasionale oculare particolare prematrimoniale solare titolare viale vitale volgare