invaluable etymology

English word invaluable comes from English in-, English valuable

Detailed word origin of invaluable

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
in- English (eng) In, into (non-productive) Added to adjectives to mean not. (non-productive) Added to nouns to mean lacking or without. (non-productive) Used with certain words to reverse their meaning In, into, towards, within.
valuable English (eng) A personal possession such as jewellery, of relatively great monetary value; — usually used in plural form. Estimable; deserving esteem.. Having a great value.
invaluable English (eng) Beyond calculable or appraisable value; of inestimable worth. Of great value; costly, precious, priceless.. Very useful.

Words with the same origin as invaluable

Descendants of in-
immoral impound inappropriate inaudible incapable incomprehensible indispensable inexperienced informal informed inhuman inland insecure insensitive insignificant inspector invalid irrelevant irresistible irresponsible