Italian word spalliera comes from Latin -ola, Latin spatham.
Spalliera detailed word origin explanation
|-ola || Latin (lat) || |
|spatham || Latin (lat) || |
|spatula || Latin (lat) ||(Late Latin) a scapula (shoulder blade).. (Late Latin) a spoon or spatula (kitchenware).. A broad, flat piece.. A little palm frond. |
|spalla || Italian (ita) ||(anatomy, cut of meat, portion of a garment) shoulder. (in the plural) back. (theatre, comedy) straight man, second banana. Back, rear. Sidekick, second fiddle. |
|spalliera || Italian (ita) ||(agriculture) espalier. (gymnastics) wall bars. Back (of a chair, sofa etc). Bedhead (of a bedstead). Footboard (of a bedstead). |