digno etymology

Latin word digno comes from Proto-Indo-European *leg-, Proto-Indo-European *kei-, Latin signalis, and later Latin signale (Signal.)

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Detailed word origin of digno

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*leg- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) to gather, to collect
*kei- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
signalis Latin (lat)
*leǵ-no- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
signum Latin (lat) (Medieval Latin) a signum (medieval tower bell used particularly for ringing the 8 canonical hours). A mark, sign, emblem. A miracle.
segnal Old French (fro) Emblem; badge. Signature; distinguishing mark showing ownership.
signale Latin (lat) Signal.
lignum Latin (lat) (later Latin) wood tissue. Firewood. Tree.
signal French (fra) Signal.
semn Romanian (ron) Gesture, indication. Mark. Omen. Sign.
dignus Latin (lat) Appropriate, fitting, worthy, meet.
digno Latin (lat)

Words with the same origin as digno

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