chacer etymology

Middle English word chacer comes from Late Latin captiāre, Late Latin recaptiāre, Late Latin recaptiare, Late Latin captio, and later Old French chacier (To hunt, to go hunting.)

Detailed word origin of chacer

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
captiāre Late Latin (LL)
recaptiāre Late Latin (LL)
recaptiare Late Latin (LL)
captio Late Latin (LL)
chacier Old French (fro) To hunt, to go hunting.
chaceor Old French (fro) Hunter. Hunting horse.
chaser Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as chacer

Descendants of captiāre
cacchen chaser chasour