urbanus etymology

Latin word urbanus comes from Latin -anus, Latin urbs (A city, walled town. The City, Rome.)

Detailed word origin of urbanus

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-anus Latin (lat) Of or pertaining to; -ian; usually indicates a relationship of position, possession, or origin.
urbs Latin (lat) A city, walled town. The City, Rome.
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.

Words with the same origin as urbanus

Descendants of -anus
iulianus romanus
Descendants of urbs