urbanitas etymology

Latin word urbanitas comes from Latin urbanus, Latin -ius

Detailed word origin of urbanitas

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
urbanus Latin (lat) A city dweller, citizen (of manners or style) bold, forward, impudent. (of manners or style) cultivated, polished, refined. (of speech) elegant, refined, choice. Fond of, or devoted to cities. Of or belonging to a city; urban.
-ius Latin (lat) Genitive suffix for some irregular pronouns. Forming adjectives from nouns.
urbanitas Latin (lat) (of speech) Delicacy, elegance or refinement of speech; wit, humor, pleasantry, raillery; trickery, knavery.. An instance of living in the city; city life.. City fashions or manners; refinement, politeness, courtesy, urbanity, sophistication.

Words with the same origin as urbanitas

Descendants of urbanus
Descendants of -ius
eloquentia iudicium officio officium prudentia regia regio sapientia