atstonden etymology

Middle English word atstonden comes from Proto-Germanic *stōd-, Proto-Germanic *at ((+accusative) at, toward, to.)

Detailed word origin of atstonden

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*stōd- Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
*at Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) (+accusative) at, toward, to.
standan Old English (ang) To stand.
æt- Old English (ang) At, near; toward. Away, off. Intensely, excessively. To.
*atstandaną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To stand near, by.
ætstandan Old English (ang) To stand, stop, remain, cease, rest, stand still, stand up, withstand.
etstonden Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as atstonden

Descendants of *stōd-
stod stood
Descendants of *at
at at- atberen atbreken atflen athalden atrinen atspringen atsterten et etstonden ovet æt æt- ætrinen ætspringen ætstanden