haesito etymology

Latin word haesito comes from Latin -tito (Forms frequentative verbs from existing verbs.), Latin haereo

Detailed word origin of haesito

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-tito Latin (lat) Forms frequentative verbs from existing verbs.
haereo Latin (lat) I am brought to a standstill, I am suspended. I am stuck in a situation; I am at a loss; I am embarrassed; hesitate.. I keep close (to), attach myself (to), follow; pursue.. I remain fixed, abide, keep at, continue, persist.. I stick, cling, cleave, adhere.
haesito Latin (lat) I hesitate; I am uncertain.. I remain fixed in place.

Words with the same origin as haesito

Descendants of -tito
actito haesitabundus haesitantia haesitatio haesitator
Descendants of haereo
adhaerens adhaeresco adhaese adhaesio cohaerens cohaeresco cohaesus haerens haesurus inhaerens inhaerere inhaeresco inhaesio