a- etymology

Latin word a- comes from Latin pono (I ordain. I place, put, lay. I set up, pitch (camp).), Latin renalis (Related to the kidneys; renal.), Proto-Indo-European *h₂éd (At, near.), Latin coelum (, standard in mediaeval texts.), Proto-Indo-European *ád, Proto-Indo-European *át, Norwegian Nynorsk -in, Norwegian Bokmål -in

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Detailed word origin of a-

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
pono Latin (lat) I ordain. I place, put, lay. I set up, pitch (camp).
renalis Latin (lat) Related to the kidneys; renal.
*h₂éd Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) At, near.
coelum Latin (lat) , standard in mediaeval texts.
*ád Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*át Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
-in Norwegian Nynorsk (nno)
-in Norwegian Bokmål (nob)
*ad Proto-Italic (itc-pro) Toward, to, on, up to, for.
appono Latin (lat) I appoint, assign.. I place near, set before (on table), serve up.. I put, apply, add to.
appositum Latin (lat)
a- Latin (lat) (Before a word beginning with sc, sp or st).

Words with the same origin as a-

Descendants of pono
accedere accessit ad aditus atque quemadmodum quoad
Descendants of *h₂éd
adeo adfectus apud