viaticum etymology

Latin word viaticum comes from Latin via (Road, street or path. The right way. Way, method, manner.), Latin -aticus

Detailed word origin of viaticum

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
via Latin (lat) Road, street or path. The right way. Way, method, manner.
-aticus Latin (lat) Used to form adjectives indicating a relation to the root noun or actions related to it.
viaticus Latin (lat) Pertaining to traveling or a journey.
viaticum Latin (lat) (figuratively) a journey. Money made abroad, especially as a soldier, or used to travel abroad. Resources; means. Travelling-money; provision for a journey.