> German > Gelaunt
German word gelaunt comes from German ge-, German Laune (Mood. Whim.), German -t (-ed (used to form adjectives from nouns).).

Gelaunt etymology ?

Gelaunt detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
ge- German (deu) Forms action nouns, usually with a sense of repetition or continuation. All of these nouns are neuter and have no plural. For example: ächzen/Geächze, heulen/Geheule/Geheul, reden/Gerede, seufzen/Geseufze.. Forms collective nouns, almost always neuter gender. Whenever possible, the root vowel is modified as well: Ader/Geäder, Ast/Geäst, Berg/Gebirge, Busch/Gebüsch, Rippe/Gerippe, [...]
Laune German (deu) Mood. Whim.
-t German (deu) -ed (used to form adjectives from nouns).
gelaunt German (deu) (in combination) humoured, tempered (in a specified mood).