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Latin word apud comes from Ancient Greek (to 1453) γίγνομαι, Proto-Indo-European *h₁epi (On, at, near.).

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Apud detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
γίγνομαι Ancient Greek (to 1453) (grc)
*h₁epi Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) On, at, near.
ἐπί Ancient Greek (to 1453) (grc)
अपि Sanskrit (san) Converts an interrogative into an indefinite.. With an optative it expresses hope, fear, or desire. -- {api ca} or {cApi} further, moreover. {api--api} (or {ca}) as well as. {api ca--ja cApi} rather than. {ye'pi--te'pi} they too--who. {yadyapi} however, although. {tathApi} even so, nevertheless. (preposition with location) close by or to, within, before; adv. further, also, too; even (with [...]
apud Latin (lat) At, by, near, among. Before, in the presence of, in the writings of, in view of. Chez (at the house of).

Words with the same origin as apud

Descendants of γίγνομαι
Descendants of *h₁epi
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