inhaereo etymology

Latin word inhaereo comes from Latin ingratus (Thankless. Ungrateful. Unpleasant, disagreeable.), Latin haereo

Detailed word origin of inhaereo

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
ingratus Latin (lat) Thankless. Ungrateful. Unpleasant, disagreeable.
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.
inhaereo Latin (lat) (figuratively) I cling or adhere to, engage deeply or closely in; I am closely connected with.. I stick or inhere in; stick, cleave, hang or adhere to; hold on to.

Words with the same origin as inhaereo

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