abede etymology

Middle English word abede comes from Old English ā-, Old English bēodan, and later Old English abeodan (To offer, provide. To proclaim, announce, state, bid.)

Detailed word origin of abede

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
ā- Old English (ang)
bēodan Old English (ang)
abeodan Old English (ang) To offer, provide. To proclaim, announce, state, bid.
abede Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as abede

Descendants of ā-
aberen abord abrood abuȝen adighten adihten adiliȝen adred afaren afferen ahebben ahōn alighten ameten arisen arist ariȝt around ashore asteorten astonen astounen astunen astunien
Descendants of bēodan
bebeoden beden