anglen etymology

Middle English word anglen comes from Ancient Greek ἄγγελος, Old English ænġel, Old English enġel, Anglo-Norman angele, Proto-Germanic - ulaz, Proto-Indo-European *ank-, and later Latin angelus (Angel.)

Detailed word origin of anglen

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
ἄγγελος Ancient Greek (grc)
ænġel Old English (ang)
enġel Old English (ang)
angele Anglo-Norman (xno)
- ulaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
*ank- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
angelus Latin (lat) Angel.
angelus Late Latin (LL)
*angiluz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Angel.
angre Old French (fro)
ængel Old English (ang)
*h₂enḱ- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*angô Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) A bend; crook. Arrow. Hook; barb; angle. Spear; dart.
*angulaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Hook. Prickle.
engel Old English (ang) Angel.
angul Old English (ang)
aungel Middle English (enm)
anglen Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as anglen

Descendants of ἄγγελος
angel angellich arche- archebischop aungel engel erchevesque heh-enngell ængel
Descendants of - ulaz
ange eghten hatel hetel isikel isykle scathel schakkyl schakle schakyl scheakel wankel wankill