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Latin word habitus comes from Latin -tus, Latin habuistis.

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Habitus detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-tus Latin (lat) Forms collective/abstract nouns from adjectives. Forms action nouns from verbs. Forms adjectives having the sense provided with.. Forms the past participle of verbs.
habuistis Latin (lat)
habitus Latin (lat) Dress, attire. Habit; disposition; character. Physical or emotional condition.

Words with the same origin as habitus

Descendants of -tus
cursus exitus fluctus passus usus