bylet etymology

Middle English word bylet comes from Old French bille (Stick; baton Written decree, announcement (etc.).), Old French -ette ((late Old French).), Proto-Indo-European *bhel, Proto-Indo-European *bōul-

Detailed word origin of bylet

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
bille Old French (fro) Stick; baton Written decree, announcement (etc.).
-ette Old French (fro) (late Old French).
*bhel Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*bōul- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
bulla Latin (lat) (Medieval Latin) a papal bull or other official document sealed with a bulla. (historical) a bulla: a protective (usually golden) amulet worn by upper-class Roman children. (Medieval Latin, historical) a round metallic seal certifying official medieval documents, particularly the golden imperial seal and the leaden papal one.. A bubble. A knob, boss, or stud, as on doors, shields, etc.. A [...]
billette Old French (fro) Billet (small, written note).
bylet Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as bylet

Descendants of -ette
Descendants of *bhel
bil bill bille boule bowle bulle bullok