saldare etymology

Italian word saldare comes from Proto-Indo-European *solh₂-

Detailed word origin of saldare

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*solh₂- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
solidus Latin (lat) (Medieval, historical) A bezant: the solidus's debased Byzantine successors.. (Medieval, historical) A shilling, as a unit of account or silver coin.. (historical) A solidus: a Roman ~23-carat gold coin introduced by Diocletian in AD 301. Solid.
saldo Italian (ita) Firm, steady. Sound Balance. Sale (bargain event). Settlement, payment.
saldare Italian (ita) (transitive) to join. (transitive) to settle, pay (a debt, bill, etc.). (transitive) to solder, weld.

Words with the same origin as saldare

Descendants of *solh₂-
saldo salutare salute salvare salvataggio salvatore salvezza salvo sodo soglia soldato soldo solido solo suolo