avocat etymology

Romanian word avocat comes from Latin voco, Classical Nahuatl āhuacatl, Nahuatl ahuacatl, Classical Nahuatl ahuacatl (Avocado (fruit). Testicle.)

Detailed word origin of avocat

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
voco Latin (lat) (transitive) I call, summon, beckon (with one's voice).. (transitive) I name, designate. (transitive, by extension) I invoke, call upon (a person, especially a god). (transitive, by extension) I summon, convene, call together.. I bring or put (into a state or condition).
āhuacatl Classical Nahuatl (nci)
ahuacatl Nahuatl (nah)
ahuacatl Classical Nahuatl (nci) Avocado (fruit). Testicle.
advoco Latin (lat) (legal) I call in as aid, assistant, witness or counsellor.. I call, invite or summon someone to a place, invoke.. I get a respite, delay.. I give consolation, console; recommend.
advocatus Latin (lat) (legal) advocate, attendant (friend who supports in a trial). One called to aid.. Mediator. Witness, supporter.
advocat Middle French (frm) Lawyer.
avocado Spanish (spa) Avocado.
avocat French (fra) (law) lawyer; attorney Avocado.
avocat Romanian (ron) (law) lawyer, attorney, barrister.

Words with the same origin as avocat

Descendants of voco
advocat avocățel avocățesc boace provoca provocare vocabular vocabulariu vocal vocativ voce