relatio etymology

Latin word relatio comes from Latin fero, Latin re-, and later Latin relatus (Narration (telling of events).)

Detailed word origin of relatio

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
fero Latin (lat) I bear, carry. I cast (a vote); pass or ratify (a law). I report. I suffer, endure. I support, hold up.
re- Latin (lat) Again; prefix added to various words to indicate an action being done again, or like the other usages indicated above under English.. Back, backwards.
refero Latin (lat) (of sound) I bring back, return, answer, echo.. I bear, bring, drive or carry back.. I bring back, restore, renew, revive, repeat.. I give back, give up, return, restore, pay back, repay.. I make known officially, report, announce, notify, proclaim.. I repeat, report, announce, relate, recount, tell, say. I say in return, respond, reply, answer.
relate English (eng) (intransitive) To have a connection.. (intransitive) To interact.. (intransitive) To respond through reaction.. (intransitive, with to) To identify with; to understand.. (obsolete) To bring back; to restore.. (transitive) To give an association.. (transitive) To make a connection or correlation between one thing and another.. (transitive) To tell in a descriptive way.
relatus Latin (lat) Narration (telling of events).
relatio Latin (lat) Carrying or bringing back. Narration, recital (especially of evidence). Repayment.

Words with the same origin as relatio

Descendants of fero
occidere occidi occisus
Descendants of re-
recens remedium responsum retinere rursus