cedo etymology

Latin word cedo comes from Proto-Italic *kedate

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Detailed word origin of cedo

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*kedate Proto-Italic (itc-pro)
cedo Latin (lat) (followed by a conditional clause with consequent) Tell me, Come now, Hear me out. (followed by a conditional clause without a consequent) What if?, Suppose?. (of objects) Hand (it) over!; Give (it)!. (of objects, especially evidence or exhibits at a trial) Produce (it)!; Show (it) to us!. (of people) Bring (him)!, Bring (him) in!, Produce (him)!. (with impersonal or subjunctive) Come now. [...]