accustomed etymology

English word accustomed comes from English -ed, English accustom

Detailed word origin of accustomed

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-ed English (eng) Used to form past participles of (regular) verbs. See -en and -t for variants. Used to form past tenses of (regular) verbs. In linguistics, it is used for the base form of any past form. See -t for a variant. Used to form adjectives from nouns, in the sense of having the object represented by the noun.. As an extension of the above, when used along with an adjective preceding the noun, [...]
accustom English (eng) (obsolete) Custom. (intransitive) To make familiar by use; to cause to accept; to habituate, familiarize, or inure. [+ to (object)]. (intransitive, obsolete) To be wont.. (intransitive, obsolete) To cohabit.
accustomed English (eng) (obsolete) Frequented by customers.. (of a person) Familiar with something through repeated experience; adapted to existing conditions.. (of a thing, condition, activity, etc.) Familiar through use; usual; customary.

Words with the same origin as accustomed

Descendants of -ed
accepted accused armed beloved betrayed bored buried cute embarrassed experienced feed felt figured headed informed landed needed placed retired scared stopped talented transferred turned wanted