traccia etymology

Italian word traccia comes from Latin -ionem, Latin tractus (Drawing, dragging, hauling, pulling.)

Detailed word origin of traccia

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-ionem Latin (lat)
tractus Latin (lat) Drawing, dragging, hauling, pulling.
*tractio Latin (lat) (Vulgar Latin) I trace, score, delineate.
tracciare Italian (ita) (transitive) to map out, plot. (transitive) to mark out (a route, etc.). (transitive) to sketch, draw, trace, outline (a design or situation).
traccia Italian (ita) (building) chase. Outline, plan, guideline. Trace, hint. Trace, sign, track, footstep, trail, mark. Trace, vestige, evidence, remnant.

Words with the same origin as traccia

Descendants of tractus
tracciare tratto