causidicus etymology

Latin word causidicus comes from Latin dictatum (Dictated lessons or exercises. Things dictated.), Latin causa

Detailed word origin of causidicus

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
dictatum Latin (lat) Dictated lessons or exercises. Things dictated.
causa Latin (lat) For the sake of or on account of (Medieval Latin) thing. (figuratively) justification, explanation. Case, claim, contention. Cause, reason. Motive, pretext. Situation, condition.
causidicus Latin (lat) Lawyer.

Words with the same origin as causidicus

Descendants of causa
-atio accusabilis accuso causidicalis causor excuso incusabilis incusatio incusativus incusatus incuso