digno etymology

Latin word digno comes from Latin dignus (Appropriate, fitting, worthy, meet.), Latin -one(-onem|m)

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Detailed word origin of digno

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
dignus Latin (lat) Appropriate, fitting, worthy, meet.
-one(-onem|m) Latin (lat)
digno Latin (lat) I deem worthy. I deign or condescend.

Words with the same origin as digno

Descendants of dignus
dignans dignari dignaturus dignatus dignitas indignabundus indignans indignari indignatio indignatus