consulatus etymology

Latin word consulatus comes from Latin consul, Latin -atam

Detailed word origin of consulatus

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
consul Latin (lat) A proconsul. An epithet of the god Jupiter. Consul: either of the two highest-ranking officials of the Roman republic, elected annually. The highest magistrate in other states.
-atam Latin (lat)
consulatus Latin (lat) The consulate, consulship; the office of consul.