chronicle etymology

English word chronicle comes from Ancient Greek χρόνος, Ancient Greek χρονικά

Detailed word origin of chronicle

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
χρόνος Ancient Greek (grc)
χρονικά Ancient Greek (grc)
χρονικόν Ancient Greek (grc)
chronicus Latin (lat)
chronica Latin (lat)
cronike Old French (fro)
cronicle Anglo-Norman (xno)
chronicle English (eng) A written account of events and when they happened, ordered by time. To record in or as in a chronicle.

Words with the same origin as chronicle

Descendants of χρόνος
chronic sync synchro