occisus etymology

Latin word occisus comes from Latin caedo, Latin cado, Latin ob- (Towards; against.), Latin fero, Latin ob

Detailed word origin of occisus

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
caedo Latin (lat) Cut, hew, fell.. Defeat decisively (defeat with heavy losses to the enemy side).. Kill.. Strike, beat.
cado Latin (lat) (impersonal) It happens, occurs, befalls, comes to pass. I cease. I decay. I die. I fall.
ob- Latin (lat) Towards; against.
fero Latin (lat) I bear, carry. I cast (a vote); pass or ratify (a law). I report. I suffer, endure. I support, hold up.
ob Latin (lat) Against; facing. In the direction of, to, towards. On account of, according to, because of, due to, for (the purpose of).
aufero Latin (lat) I banish, dispel.. I bear, carry, waft or sweep away.. I carry away, mislead, deceive.. I cease from, desist from, leave off.. I obtain, gain, get, receive, acquire.. I take away, carry off, remove, withdraw; separate, sever, divide.. I take off or away, destroy, kill, slay, consume.. I take or snatch away, take by force or violently, abduct, rob, steal, snatch, confiscate.
occisus Latin (lat)

Words with the same origin as occisus

Descendants of caedo
occidere occidi
Descendants of cado
accidere accidit casus incidit
Descendants of ob-
obsecro officio
Descendants of ob