tsukihitza etymology

English word tsukihitza comes from Gaulish dunum (A fort.), Proto-Indo-European *dʰwÁs-, Proto-Indo-European *dʰewh₂-, Old English dun (Hill, mountain.)

Detailed word origin of tsukihitza

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
dunum Gaulish (cel-gau) A fort.
*dʰwÁs- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*dʰewh₂- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) to rise in smoke
dun Old English (ang) Hill, mountain.
*dūnaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Down (feathers of small birds).
dūn Old English (ang)
dúnn Old Norse (non)
doun Middle English (enm) Down Down.
down English (eng) From one end to another of.. From the higher end to the lower of. (baseball, colloquial, following the noun modified) Out.. (colloquial) With "on", negative about, hostile to. (not comparable) Inoperable; out of order; out of service.. (not comparable, US, slang) Comfortable with, accepting of.. (not comparable, military, aviation, slang, of an aircraft) Mechanically failed, collided, shot [...]
tsukihitza English (eng) (sumo) a situation in which a rikishi accidentally touches the dohyo with his knee, his opponent thus winning.

Words with the same origin as tsukihitza

Descendants of dunum
countdown down downer downside downtown downward dune duvet homeboy hometown lockdown lowdown midtown shakedown showdown sundown teen teenager teeny touchdown town townhouse township townspeople uptown
Descendants of *dʰewh₂-
dairy dew din donkey dusk dust dusty dye dying funk teenage
Descendants of dun
beatdown comedown downhearted downshift downstate downtime downy hoedown knockdown rubdown smackdown splashdown throwdown