promoveo etymology

Latin word promoveo comes from Latin moveo, Latin pro-

Detailed word origin of promoveo

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
moveo Latin (lat) (of plants) I put forth. I arouse, excite, promote, produce. I begin, commence, undertake. I disturb, shake, remove. I excite, inspire. I exert, exercise. I move, stir, set in motion. I present or offer (an oblation or gift). I trouble, concern, torment (someone).
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.
promoveo Latin (lat) (figuratively) I bring to light, reveal.. (figuratively) I bring to pass, effect, accomplish, progress.. (figuratively) I enlarge, increase, promote, advance.. (figuratively) I put off, defer, postpone.. (of a joint) I put out, dislocate, displace.. I extend, enlarge, increase.. I move forward, cause to advance, push onward, propel, advance.

Words with the same origin as promoveo

Descendants of moveo
Descendants of pro-
profecto profectus prorsus prudentia