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English word aside comes from English a-, English side.

Aside etymology ?

Aside detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
a- English (eng) (no longer productive) Away from. [First attested from around 1150 to 1350.] (no longer productive) forming words with the sense of wholly, or utterly out[First attested from around 1150 to 1350.] (no longer productive) Of, from. [First attested prior to 1150.] Not, without, opposite of. (no longer productive) Towards; Used to indicate direction, reduction to, increase to, change into, or [...]
side English (eng) (UK, _, dialectal) Widely; wide; far. (Scotland) Far; distant.. (UK, _, archaic, dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) Wide; large; long, pendulous, hanging low, trailing; far-reaching.. Being on the left or right, or toward the left or right; lateral.. Indirect; oblique; incidental. (British, Australia, Ireland, dated) A television channel, usually as opposed to the one currently being [...]
aside English (eng) Aside from (theatre) A brief comment by a character addressing the audience, unheard by other characters.. An incidental remark made quietly so as to be heard by the person to whom it is said and not by any others in the vicinity. To or on one side so as to be out of the way.

Words with the same origin as aside

Descendants of a-
abe ace adrift afar afloat ahold amelia arouse ashore asleep
Descendants of side
siding