armatus etymology

Latin word armatus comes from Latin arma

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Detailed word origin of armatus

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arma Latin (lat) (Late Latin) weapon (pluralonly) defence. (pluralonly) defensive arms, armor/armour, shields, weapons of war.. (pluralonly) soldiers, military power. (pluralonly) tools. (pluralonly) war.
armare Latin (lat)
armatus Latin (lat) Armed. Armoured. Equipped. Fortified.