stendere etymology

Italian word stendere comes from Latin tendo, Latin ingratus (Thankless. Ungrateful. Unpleasant, disagreeable.)

Detailed word origin of stendere

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
tendo Latin (lat) I pitch (a tent).. I proceed.. I stretch, stretch out, distend, extend.. I strive for; I reach for.
ingratus Latin (lat) Thankless. Ungrateful. Unpleasant, disagreeable.
intendo Latin (lat) (Medieval Latin) I obey (+ dative). (New Latin) I understand. I aim, turn, direct.. I intend to. I stretch out, stretch, strain.. I turn my attention to, focus (on).
întinde Romanian (ron) (reflexive) to stretch oneself; also, to lie down. To spread out, lengthen out, stretch out, widen. To stretch, lengthen.
extendo Latin (lat) I enlarge or increase. I extend, prolong or continue. I stretch or thrust out.
stendere Italian (ita) To draw up. To floor (a person, with a blow). To hang out (washing). To roll out (pasta). To spread (a table etc). To stretch out (one's arms etc).

Words with the same origin as stendere

Descendants of tendo
attendere attento attenzione contento intendere intenso intento intenzione pretendere steso tensione teso
Descendants of ingratus