arist etymology

Middle English word arist comes from Proto-Germanic *raizijaną (To cause (someone, something) to rise; raise.), Proto-Germanic *uz- (Up, out.), Old English ā-, Proto-Germanic *ristiz

Detailed word origin of arist

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*raizijaną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To cause (someone, something) to rise; raise.
*uz- Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Up, out.
ā- Old English (ang)
*ristiz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
rīsan Old English (ang)
*uzrīsaną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To rise, rise up, arise.
*uzristiz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) A rising, rise.
ǣrist Old English (ang)
arist Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as arist

Descendants of *raizijaną
raisen reisen reren
Descendants of *uz-
abiden abiten abraiden abrood abuȝen adighten adihten adred ago alayen aleggen aleyen alighten ariȝt around ashore aslaken asterten astonien ayefen emty okome orped ortrowe
Descendants of ā-
abede aberen abord adiliȝen afaren afferen ahebben ahōn ameten arisen asteorten astonen astounen astunen astunien