lodge etymology

English word lodge comes from Old Norse liggja (To lie (on a bed etc.).), Proto-Indo-European *leubh-, Proto-Indo-European *logʰeye-, Frankish *laubja, Dutch laubja, Frankish laubja

Detailed word origin of lodge

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
liggja Old Norse (non) To lie (on a bed etc.).
*leubh- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) to love, love
*logʰeye- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*laubja Frankish (frk)
laubja Dutch (nld)
laubja Frankish (frk)
*laubō Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
*laubijǭ Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Leaf-covered shelter; arbour. Leafwork; foliage.
*lōgą Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) A place, position, camp.
*laubijō Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
lág Old Norse (non)
*laubija Frankish (frk) Arbour. Shelter.
laubia Latin (lat) (Medieval Latin) (architecture) penthouse, gallery, arcade, portico, lodge.
loge Old French (fro)
logg Middle English (enm)
lodge English (eng) (intransitive) To be firmly fixed in a specified position.. (intransitive) To become flattened, as grass or grain, when overgrown or beaten down by the wind.. (intransitive) To stay in a boarding-house, paying rent to the resident landlord or landlady.. (intransitive) To stay in any place or shelter.. (transitive) To place (a statement, etc.) with the proper authorities (such as courts, [...]

Words with the same origin as lodge

Descendants of liggja
blog liar lie lied lodging log lying
Descendants of *leubh-
leaf leave left