astunen etymology

Middle English word astunen comes from Proto-Germanic *stunōną (To groan, moan. To make a loud sound; crash.), Old English ā-

Detailed word origin of astunen

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*stunōną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To groan, moan. To make a loud sound; crash.
ā- Old English (ang)
*stunon Frankish (frk)
stunian Old English (ang) (intransitive) To make a loud sound; crash. (transitive) To confound; astonish; stupefy. (transitive) To strike with a loud sound; dash.
*stunōn Frankish (frk) To bang, knock, strike, deliver a blow. To rumble, groan. To thunder, crash, make a loud noise.
*stuno Latin (lat) I jar, clash. I shock, surprise. I stun, daze.
*āstunian Old English (ang)
estoner Old French (fro) To stun, daze.
astunien Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as astunen

Descendants of *stunōną
astonen astonien astounen astunien stonien stounien stunen stunien
Descendants of ā-
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