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Etymology of the Latin word saltare

the Latin word saltare (dance, jump; portray or represent in a dance)
derived from the Latin word saltum
derived from the Latin word salire (leap, jump; move suddenly; salt, salt down, preserve with salt; spurt, discharge, be ejected under force)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *sel-

Derivations in Latin

saltatus, saltator, saltans, circumsaltare, desaltare, exsultare, insultare, resultare

Derivations in other languages

French saulter, French sauter, Italian saltarella, Italian saltare, Portuguese saltar, Portuguese choutar, Romanian sălta, Spanish sotar, Spanish saltarén


French sauter, Italian saltare, Provençal sautar

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