stabilio etymology

Latin word stabilio comes from Latin -abilis (-able; able or worthy to be.), Latin stare, Latin sto, French stabiliser

Detailed word origin of stabilio

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-abilis Latin (lat) -able; able or worthy to be.
stare Latin (lat)
sto Latin (lat) (Medieval Latin) I [currently] am (feel). (Medieval Latin) I am [located at]. I stand. I stay, remain.
stabiliser French (fra) (reflexive, se stabiliser) to stabilise. (transitive) to stabilise.
stabilis Latin (lat) Enduring, durable, unwavering, lasting, established, stable.. That stands firm; firm, steadfast, steady, sure, stable, stationary.
stabilio Latin (lat) (by extension) I establish, fix, make secure, confirm.. I make firm, confirm, stay, support, hold still, stabilize.

Words with the same origin as stabilio

Descendants of stare
Descendants of sto
constitutum institutus praestare restituere status