portato etymology

Italian word portato comes from Latin porto (I carry, bear. I convey, bring.), Proto-Germanic *feraną

Detailed word origin of portato

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
porto Latin (lat) I carry, bear. I convey, bring.
*feraną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
*prē- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
porta Latin (lat) (figuratively) way, means. Entrance, passage, door. Gate, especially of a city.
porta Italian (ita) (computing) port. Door. Gate.
portare Italian (ita) (transitive) to bring, fetch, take, carry. (transitive) to have, bear. (transitive) to lead, drive. (transitive) to wear. (transitive, of feelings) to bear, feel, nourish.
portato Italian (ita) Result, outcome Prone, inclined, that has a bent Past participle of portare.

Words with the same origin as portato

Descendants of porto
insopportabile opportuno porta portabagagli portaerei portafogli portafortuna portare portatile portatore portavoce trasportato
Descendants of *feraną
comprare dappertutto esperienza esperto paio per perché perciò perdere pericolo permettere però porto preparato primo probabile profilo profondo progetto prossimo protezione prova provare