my etymology.com

Etymology of the Latin word papissa

the Medieval Latin word papissa (popess, supposed female pope)
derived from the Late Latin word papa
derived from the Greek word pappas, πάππας, παππᾶς
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *papa
derived from the Greek word papas, παπᾶς, παπάς

Derivations in other languages

French papesse


Word found in Medieval Latin

© 2008 myetymology.com - Vox - etymologia