abak etymology

Middle English word abak comes from Old English an (A; an (indefinite article) Lone. Sole (cardinal) one.), Old English bæc

Detailed word origin of abak

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
an Old English (ang) A; an (indefinite article) Lone. Sole (cardinal) one.
bæc Old English (ang) Stream; brook (anatomy) back. Back or rear end (of something).
aback Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as abak

Descendants of an
a a- abb abord abrood ackowen ajar aline amansen amansien ariht ariȝt around aset ashore asteorten asterten atenen awaken bac- oan on on-hande onehand oon
Descendants of bæc
bak bec becc bek bekk