bunny etymology

English word bunny comes from Latin duonus, Old Latin duonus (Good.), Proto-Germanic *bungô

You can also see our other etymologies for the English word bunny. Currently you are viewing the etymology of bunny with the meaning: (Noun) (UK, _, dialectal) A swelling from a blow; a bump.. (mining) A sudden enlargement or mass of ore, as opposed to a vein or lode.(UK, _, dialectal) A swelling from a blow; a bump.. (mining) A sudden enlargement or mass of ore, as opposed to a vein or lode

Detailed word origin of bunny

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
duonus Latin (lat)
duonus Old Latin (itc-ola) Good.
*bungô Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
*bungo Frankish (frk)
*bungjo Frankish (frk)
optimus Latin (lat) Best; very good.
duenos Old Latin (itc-ola) (archaic).
buyne Old French (842-ca. 1400) (fro)
bonne Old French (842-ca. 1400) (fro)
boni Middle English (1100-1500) (enm)
bunny English (eng) (UK, _, dialectal) A swelling from a blow; a bump.. (mining) A sudden enlargement or mass of ore, as opposed to a vein or lode.

Words with the same origin as bunny

Descendants of duonus
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