proicio etymology

Latin word proicio comes from Latin iacio, Latin pro-

Detailed word origin of proicio

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
iacio Latin (lat) (as a shadow) I project.. (figuratively) I throw out in speaking, let fall, utter, mention, declare.. I lay, set, establish, build, found, construct, erect.. I scatter, sow, throw.. I send forth, emit; bring forth, produce.. I throw, hurl, cast, fling; throw away.
pro- Latin (lat) (prefixed to verbs of utterance) in place of, on behalf of. (temporally) prior, fore-. Action directed forward or in front. Advantage. Bringing into being, forth, or into the open. Downward and forward movement. Forward direction, forward movement. Prominence.
proicio Latin (lat) (by extension) I cast out, expel, exile, banish.. (by extension) I stretch out, hold out, extend, project.. (figuratively) I put off, defer, delay.. (figuratively) I throw away, give up, yield, resign, renounce, reject, disdain; neglect, desert, abandon.. (figuratively, with se) I rush into something; degrade myself.. (in architecture) I let part of a building jut out, cause to project.. I [...]

Words with the same origin as proicio

Descendants of iacio
abicio coniectus disicio eicio ejaculari iacere iacto iactus iaculatus injectare intericio interiectus obicio objectivus proiectus reicio subices subicio subiectio subiectum superiectus traicio traiectus trajectorius
Descendants of pro-
profecto profectus prorsus prudentia