hyperspeed etymology

English word hyperspeed comes from English speed, English hyper-

Detailed word origin of hyperspeed

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
speed English (eng) (archaic) To hurry to destruction; to put an end to; to ruin.. (archaic) To wish success or good fortune to, in any undertaking, especially in setting out upon a journey.. (intransitive) To exceed the speed limit.. (intransitive) To go fast.. (intransitive, archaic) To succeed; to prosper, be lucky.. (intransitive, slang) To be under the influence of stimulant drugs, especially [...]
hyper- English (eng) Excessive. Existing in more than three spatial dimensions. Linked non-sequentially. Over, above or beyond.
hyperspeed English (eng) Extremely high speed.

Words with the same origin as hyperspeed

Descendants of hyper-
hyperactive hyperalphalipoproteinemia hyperbaric hyperdrive hyperestrogenic hypergranularity hyperinstrument hyperinvasive hyperkähler hyperlacticemia hyperlipidaemia hypermeter hypermiling hyperoperator hyperrational hypersensitive hypersensitivity hypersleep hyperspace hypersynchronous hypertension hypertoxic hypertriacylglycerolemia hyperventilate