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usar (Verb) "to use"
Very early 13th cent. From Vulgar Latin *usare 'id.,' from Latin uti "to use" (Old Latin œti) and frequentive suffix -are (see note under faltar). From Proto-Italic *oit-e/o- 'id.' Probably from Proto-Indo-European *h3ei̯t- "to fetch," "to take along."
Indo-European
Italic
Paelignian oisa "used"
Hellenic
Ancient Greek οἴσω (oíso) "I bring"