consul etymology

Latin word consul comes from Old Latin consol (Consul.)

Detailed word origin of consul

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
consol Old Latin (itc-ola) Consul.
consul Latin (lat) A proconsul. An epithet of the god Jupiter. Consul: either of the two highest-ranking officials of the Roman republic, elected annually. The highest magistrate in other states.

Words with the same origin as consul

Descendants of consol