genialis etymology

Latin word genialis comes from Latin genius, Latin -alis

Detailed word origin of genialis

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
genius Latin (lat) (of the intellect) wit, talents, genius (rare). (with respect to the enjoyment of life) the spirit of social enjoyment, fondness for good living, taste, appetite, inclinations. The deity or guardian spirit of a person, place, etc.
-alis Latin (lat) Used to form adjectives of relationship from nouns or numerals.
genialis Latin (lat) Of or pertaining to birth or generation.. Of or pertaining to marriage; nuptial, genial.. Of, pertaining or involving enjoyment or festivities; jovial, festive, genial.

Words with the same origin as genialis

Descendants of -alis
actio animal decimo