capax etymology

Latin word capax comes from Latin capere, Latin -ax

Detailed word origin of capax

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
capere Latin (lat)
-ax Latin (lat) Used to form adjectives expressing a tendency or inclination to the action of the root verb; -ish, -y.
capax Latin (lat) Susceptible, capable of, able, apt, fit for.. That can contain or hold much; wide, large, spacious, capacious, roomy.

Words with the same origin as capax

Descendants of capere
captus princeps
Descendants of -ax
consul consulatus saltem