extractus etymology

Latin word extractus comes from Latin traho, Latin evanescere, and later French extraire (Extract (to draw out).)

Detailed word origin of extractus

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
traho Latin (lat) (by extension) I attract the support of, win over.. (figuratively) I attract, draw (someone; their attention). I drag.. I draw out, prolong.. I extract, withdraw.. I plunder, squander.. I trail.
evanescere Latin (lat)
extraho Latin (lat) (transitive) I drag, pull or draw forth or out; extract, remove.. (transitive) I extricate, release; draw out, extract, eradicate,rescue. (transitive, of time) I draw out, protract, prolong, put off.
extraire French (fra) Extract (to draw out).
*extragere Vulgar Latin (la-vul)
estraire Old French (fro) To extract. To translate.
extractus Latin (lat)

Words with the same origin as extractus

Descendants of traho
numero numerus