advance etymology

English word advance comes from Latin ab, Latin antea (Before, formerly, previously.), Latin ab ante, Latin -one(-onem|m)

Detailed word origin of advance

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
ab Latin (lat) (source of action or event) by, of. (time) after, since. At, on, in. From, away from, out of.
antea Latin (lat) Before, formerly, previously.
ab ante Latin (lat)
-one(-onem|m) Latin (lat)
abante Latin (lat) (Late Latin) before, in front From before.
abante Late Latin (LL)
*abanteo Latin (lat) I move forward.
Appendix:Vulgar Latin/abanteo Latin (lat)
*abantiare Vulgar Latin (la-vul)
avancier Old French (842-ca. 1400) (fro) To advance; to continue. To advance; to move forward.
avancen Middle English (1100-1500) (enm)
advance English (eng) (in the plural) An opening approach or overture, especially of an unwelcome or sexual nature.. A forward move; improvement or progression.. An addition to the price; rise in price or value.. An amount of money or credit, especially given as a loan, or paid before it is due; an advancement. (intransitive) To move forwards, to approach.. (obsolete) To extol; to laud.. (obsolete) To raise; to [...]

Words with the same origin as advance

Descendants of ab
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