gentiliter etymology

Latin word gentiliter comes from Latin gentilis, Latin -ter (-ly; used to form adverbs from adjectives.)

Detailed word origin of gentiliter

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
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.
-ter Latin (lat) -ly; used to form adverbs from adjectives.
gentiliter Latin (lat) Heathenishly. In the manner or language of a country.

Words with the same origin as gentiliter

Descendants of gentilis
-eius -uleius Aurunculeius Canuleius gentilicius gentilitas gentilitus leguleius locutuleia nomen gentilicium secutuleia
Descendants of -ter
diligenter fortiter libenter magister magistratus ultra