plerumque etymology

Latin word plerumque comes from Latin -e (-ly; used to form adverbs from adjectives.)

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Detailed word origin of plerumque

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-e Latin (lat) -ly; used to form adverbs from adjectives.
plerumque Latin (lat) (post-Augustan, less emphatically) on many occasions, often, frequently. For the most part, on most occasions, (for) most of the time, mostly, usually, generally, ordinarily, very commonly, very often, very frequently. To a large extent, largely (construed with a partitive genitive) the greatest part, the greater part.

Words with the same origin as plerumque

Descendants of -e
aegre aeque difficile latine longe magis magister magistratus maxime minime