gentilis etymology

Latin word gentilis comes from Latin gentem, Latin -ilem

Detailed word origin of gentilis

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
gentem Latin (lat)
-ilem Latin (lat)
gentilis Latin (lat) A heathen, pagan (poetic) foreign, exotic. Of or belonging to the same family or gēns. Of or belonging to the same people or nation. Of slaves who bore the same name as their master.

Words with the same origin as gentilis

Descendants of gentem
-eius -uleius Agrigentum Aurunculeius Canuleius Foroiuliensis Forum Iulii Iulia Iulius genialis genius gens gentes gentilitas gentiliter gentis iulianus iulius leguleius locutuleia secutuleia