propositio etymology

Latin word propositio comes from Latin pro, Ancient Greek παύω, Norman poser, and later Latin pausa (A pause, halt, stop, cessation, end.)

Detailed word origin of propositio

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
pro Latin (lat) About. According to. As befitting. As, like. Before. For. In front, instead of. On behalf of.
παύω Ancient Greek (grc)
poser Norman (nrf)
παῦσις Ancient Greek (grc)
pausa Latin (lat) A pause, halt, stop, cessation, end.
pausāre Vulgar Latin (la-vul)
pono Latin (lat) I ordain. I place, put, lay. I set up, pitch (camp).
pauso Vulgar Latin (la-vul)
posar Catalan (cat) (of medication or cosmetics) to apply. To put, to place. To set.
poser Old French (fro) To put; to place. To rest; to recover; to recuperate. To suggest; to propose.
poser French (fra) (transitive) to ask (a question). (transitive) to install, fit. (transitive) to land (a plane). (transitive) to lay, place. (transitive) to stop carrying, to put down (something or somebody).
propono Latin (lat) (Ecclesiastical Latin) I designate.. I declare.. I make known.. I propose.. I set forth.
propositio Latin (lat) Proposition, representation. Proposition, sentence. Statement. Subject, theme.