prezent etymology

Romanian word prezent comes from Latin sum ((copulative) I am, exist, have (with dative).), Middle French presenter

Detailed word origin of prezent

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
sum Latin (lat) (copulative) I am, exist, have (with dative).
presenter Middle French (frm) (reflexive, se presenter) to present oneself. (transitive) to present (show, reveal).
praesum Latin (lat) I am before something. I command, have command, be in command of, have charge of, be in charge of. I lead, take the lead. I preside or rule over.
praesens Latin (lat) (grammar) present. At hand. Existing. Immediate. Present. Prompt. Propitious.
praesento Latin (lat) I present, exhibit or show.
présenter French (fra) (reflexive) to appear, to be present (before someone). (reflexive, problems) to arise, to surface, to present itself. (reflexive, ~ à) to be a candidate for. To introduce, to present. To show, to present.
présent French (fra) Current, present. Present (that what/which is in the place talked about) (dated) gift; present. Present tense.
prezent Romanian (ron) Present (current moment). Present tense Present.

Words with the same origin as prezent

Descendants of sum
absent esență posibil posibilitate potent putea putere putință putut
Descendants of presenter
prezenta reprezentant