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Etymology of the Latin word legislatio

the Late Latin word legislatio (giving of the law)
derived from the Latin word lex (law; motion, bill; word)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *leg- (to collect, to speak)
derived from the Latin word latio (rendering; right; proposal; entering)
derived from the Vulgar Latin word latus (side; side; flank; wide, broad; spacious)
derived from the Latin word ferre (to carry; to bear; bring, bear; tell)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *bher-
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *telə-

Derivations in other languages

Italian legislazione, Portuguese legislação, Spanish legislación

Usage

Word found in Late Latin



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