an- etymology

Middle English word an- comes from Old English on-

Detailed word origin of an-

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
on- Old English (ang) Denoting reverse action. Off, away (inchoactive) in, into; prefix used to intensify an action or to denote origin or initiation. Forming verbs and adjectives from participles and nouns, with various senses of on, upon, to, there, thither.
and- Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as an-

Descendants of on-
aboute anelen anget anhealden on- oncomen onelen onlighten onsenden