ultro etymology

Latin word ultro comes from Latin uls (Beyond.)

Detailed word origin of ultro

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
uls Latin (lat) Beyond.
ultra Latin (lat) Beyond Additionally, besides. Beyond, further.
ultro Latin (lat) (figuratively) of one's own accord, without being asked, spontaneously, voluntarily, freely. (figuratively) superfluously, gratuitously, wantonly. (with citro) to and fro, back and forth, on this side and on that. Afar, away, off. Besides, moreover, too, over and above. Conversely, on the other hand. To the farther side, beyond, on the other side.

Words with the same origin as ultro

Descendants of uls