everything etymology

English word everything comes from English every, English thing

Detailed word origin of everything

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
every English (eng) All of a countable group, without exception.. Used with ordinal numbers to denote those items whose position is divisible by the corresponding cardinal number, or a portion of equal size to that set.
thing English (eng) (rare) To express as a thing; to reify. (chiefly, historical) A public assembly or judicial council in a Germanic country.. (in the plural) Clothes, possessions or equipment.. (informal) A problem, dilemma, or complicating factor.. (informal) A unit or container, usually containing edible goods.. (informal) Something that is existent or generally recognised.. (informal) That which is [...]
everything English (eng) (colloquial) A state of well-being (from all parts of the whole).. (colloquial) Many or most things.. (colloquial) The most important thing.. (literally) All the things under discussion.

Words with the same origin as everything

Descendants of thing
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