sup etymology

English word sup comes from French soupe (Soup.), Proto-Indo-European *sub-, Proto-Indo-European *sewH-

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Detailed word origin of sup

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
soupe French (fra) Soup.
*sub- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*sewH- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
souppe Old French (fro)
super Anglo-Norman (xno)
*sūpaną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To drink; sip; slurp; gulp.
sūpan Old English (ang)
suppen Middle English (enm)
sup English (eng) To take supper.

Words with the same origin as sup

Descendants of soupe
soup supper
Descendants of *sub-
Descendants of *sewH-
assure ensure grams grand granddaughter grandfather grandmother grandson sew sewer sewing sick sickness soak son sonny soon sour suck sucker sure survey