asearch etymology

Middle English word asearch comes from Old French a (Belonging to. To. Towards.), Old French cerchier (To search; to seek; to look for.)

Detailed word origin of asearch

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
a Old French (fro) Belonging to. To. Towards.
cerchier Old French (fro) To search; to seek; to look for.
acerchier Old French (fro)
assercher Anglo-Norman (xno)
asearch Middle English (enm) To search (into); to examine, investigate.

Words with the same origin as asearch

Descendants of a
abaisen abaishen abaisse abassen abesse abord availen huge
Descendants of cerchier