commodum etymology

Latin word commodum comes from Latin modus

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Detailed word origin of commodum

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
modus Latin (lat) (grammar) mood, mode. Bound, limit. Manner, method, way. Measure.
commodus Latin (lat) Commodious, suitable, useful. Convenient. Opportune, timely. Pleasant, friendly.
commodum Latin (lat) At a fit time, just in time, at the very moment, opportunely, seasonably.. Just, just then, just now, even now.

Words with the same origin as commodum

Descendants of modus
alioqui modo quemadmodum quomodo