rotundus etymology

Latin word rotundus comes from Latin rotare, Latin -undus

Detailed word origin of rotundus

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
rotare Latin (lat)
-undus Latin (lat) Derives adjective nouns from verbs, similar to present participles, but without the present time restriction.
rotundus Latin (lat) (figuratively) rounded, perfect. (figuratively, of speech) polished, elegant. (substantive) A sphere. Round, circular. Spherical, rotund.