aegre etymology

Latin word aegre comes from Latin aeger, Latin -e (-ly; used to form adverbs from adjectives.)

Detailed word origin of aegre

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
aeger Latin (lat) (figuratively) anxious, troubled, sad. (figuratively) difficult, reluctant, troublesome. Sick, ill Sick person, invalid.
-e Latin (lat) -ly; used to form adverbs from adjectives.
aegre Latin (lat) Reluctantly, uncomfortably. Scarcely, hardly, painfully.

Words with the same origin as aegre

Descendants of -e
aeque difficile latine longe magis magister magistratus maxime minime plerumque