vitulus etymology

Latin word vitulus comes from Middle English wether, and later Albanian viç (Calf.)

Detailed word origin of vitulus

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
wether Middle English (enm)
weddir Scots (sco)
wether English (eng) (transitive) To castrate a male sheep or goat. A castrated buck goat.. A castrated ram.
viç Albanian (sqi) Calf.
ἔταλον Ancient Greek (grc)
*ut- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
vitulus Latin (lat) A bull calf.