vicinus etymology

Latin word vicinus comes from Latin vicus, Latin -inus

Detailed word origin of vicinus

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
vicus Latin (lat) Municipal section or ward, farm. Street; quarter, neighbourhood; row of houses. Village; hamlet.
-inus Latin (lat) Of or pertaining to; -ine; usually indicates a relationship of position, possession, or origin.
vicinus Latin (lat) Neighbour/neighbor (mostly, _, poetic) near, neighboring. Like, similar, kindred.

Words with the same origin as vicinus

Descendants of vicus
Brunsvicensis praepositus villae vicinalis vicine viculus villa villanus villaris villaticus villica villicus villula
Descendants of -inus