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You are viewing the etymology of pretio meaning: (Verb) (Late Latin) I esteem, I prize, I value (hold in high regard, consider valuable). (Medieval Latin) I appraise, I assess, I value (estimate the worth of, set a price for).(Late Latin) I esteem, I prize, I value (hold in high regard, consider valuable). (Medieval Latin) I appraise, I assess, I value (estimate the worth of, set a price for).. You may also see other Latin etymologies of pretio.
Latin word pretio comes from Latin -one(-onem|m), Latin pretium.

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Pretio detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-one(-onem|m) Latin (lat)
pretium Latin (lat) Bribe. Pay, hire, wage, reward. Punishment. Ransom. Worth, price, value, cost.
pretio Latin (lat) (Late Latin) I esteem, I prize, I value (hold in high regard, consider valuable). (Medieval Latin) I appraise, I assess, I value (estimate the worth of, set a price for).