disgust etymology

English word disgust comes from Old French goster (To taste.), Old French des- (De-; dis-.), Old French gouster

Detailed word origin of disgust

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
goster Old French (fro) To taste.
des- Old French (fro) De-; dis-.
gouster Old French (fro)
desgouster Old French (fro)
desgouster Middle French (frm)
disgust English (eng) An intense dislike or loathing someone feels for something bad or nasty. To cause an intense dislike for something.

Words with the same origin as disgust

Descendants of des-
debris defeat delay demented deploy despair dessert detour disable disagree disagreement disappear disarm discharge disconnect disguise dishonor dislike display disregard disrespect disrespectful distribution ploy