sfidato etymology

Italian word sfidato comes from Italian sfidare, Italian -ato

Detailed word origin of sfidato

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
sfidare Italian (ita) (obsolete, transitive) to discourage, dishearten. (transitive) to challenge. (transitive) to defy.
-ato Italian (ita) (chemistry, in nouns) a derivative of a specified element or compound; especially a salt or ester of an acid whose name ends in -ico. (in adjectives) having the specified thing. (in adjectives) resembling the specified thing. (in nouns) a rank or office. -ate, specifically:. -hood, -ship. Used with a stem to form the past participle of regular -are verbs.
sfidato Italian (ita) (archaic, familiar, Tuscany) distrustful. (obsolete, literary) discouraged, disheartened One who has been challenged.

Words with the same origin as sfidato

Descendants of -ato
fidanzato frustrato impiccato scienziato