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Etymology of the English word extravasate

the English word extravasate
derived from the English word vas
derived from the Late Latin word vas (vessel; one who guarantees court appearance of defendant; surety; bail; vessel, dish; vase)
using the English suffix -ate
using the English prefix extra-
derived from the Medieval Latin word extra (outside)
derived from the Latin word exter (outer, external; outward)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *eghs
using the Latin prefix extra-
derived from the Medieval Latin word extra (outside)
derived from the Latin word exter (outer, external; outward)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *eghs
using the English prefix vaso-
derived from the Late Latin word vas (vessel; one who guarantees court appearance of defendant; surety; bail; vessel, dish; vase)

Date

The earliest known usage of extravasate in English dates from the 17th century.

Derivations in English

extravasation, extravasated, extravasating

Usage

Word found in Modern English



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