utique etymology

Latin word utique comes from Latin ut, Latin -que

Detailed word origin of utique

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
ut Latin (lat) Although. As, just as. That, so that, to, in order to, in order that (interrogative) how? in what way?. (relative) as.
-que Latin (lat) (rare) used in an answer. (when repeated) "both... and", "whether... or". And, a copulative particle affixed to the word it annexes. Introducing an explanatory clause.
utique Latin (lat) In any case, at any rate, certainly, surely, assuredly, by all means, particularly, especially, at least, without fail, undoubtedly.

Words with the same origin as utique

Descendants of -que
atque cumque itaque namque neque pleraque plerique plerumque quicumque quisque quocumque quoque ubique undique uterque utque utrimque