bybidder etymology

English word bybidder comes from English by-, English bidder (Someone who bids, e.g. at an auction.)

Detailed word origin of bybidder

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
by- English (eng) Prefix denoting nearness or roundaboutness. Prefix meaning secondary, incidental, or parallel to (usually non-productive) town or city.
bidder English (eng) Someone who bids, e.g. at an auction.
bybidder English (eng) A person employed to bid at an auction in order to raise the prices for the auctioneer or seller.

Words with the same origin as bybidder

Descendants of by-
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