mundiger etymology

Latin word mundiger comes from Latin mundus, Latin -ger (Forms adjectives meaning “-bearing, -carrying” from nouns.)

Detailed word origin of mundiger

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
mundus Latin (lat) Clean, pure; neat. Decorated, adorned. Nice, fine, elegant, sophisticated (= κόσμος) the universe, the world, esp. the heavens and the heavenly bodies. (eccl. Lat.) the world as opposed to the church; this world, the realm of sin and death, as opposed to Christ's kingdom of holiness and life. Implement. The inhabitants of the earth, mankind. Toilet ornaments, decorations, dress (of a woman).
-ger Latin (lat) Forms adjectives meaning “-bearing, -carrying” from nouns.
mundiger Latin (lat) World-bearing, sustaining the world.

Words with the same origin as mundiger

Descendants of mundus
Descendants of -ger
astriger auriger barbiger belliger claviger contiger cornigera ensiger floriger libriger naviger nubiger penatiger pharetriger plagiger plantiger securiger somniger spiniger squamigeri stelliger urniger veliger Āligeri