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Etymology of the Latin word dinumerare

the Medieval Latin word dinumerare (count, calculate; enumerate)
derived from the Latin word numerare (count, add up, reckon)
derived from the Classical Latin word numerus (number, sum, total; rhythm, cadence, frequency)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *nem-
derived from the New Latin word di-
derived from the Greek word di-, δι-, δί-
derived from the Greek word dis, δίς (double; twice)

Derivations in Latin

dinumerator, dinumeratio

Derivations in other languages

French dénombrer, Italian dinumerare


Word found in Medieval Latin

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