cristente etymology

Middle English word cristente comes from Portuguese -ão, Ancient Greek Χριστιᾱνός, Ancient Greek Χριστόν, Latin -anus, Koine Greek Χριστός, Ancient Greek Χριστιανισμός, and later Latin Christus ((Christianity) Christ (Jesus).)

Detailed word origin of cristente

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-ão Portuguese (por) Forms the third-person plural future indicative, from the infinitive of verbs (Brazil, slang) forms nouns, from a numeral X, meaning “X amount of money” or “a bill worth X”. (slang) forms nouns, from a numeral X divisible by ten and greater than thirty, meaning “someone in his Xs”. (somewhat, _, informal) forms the augmentative of adjectives, roughly equivalent to English quite. Forms nouns, [...]
Χριστιᾱνός Ancient Greek (grc)
Χριστόν Ancient Greek (grc)
-anus Latin (lat) Of or pertaining to; -ian; usually indicates a relationship of position, possession, or origin.
Χριστός Koine Greek (Koine)
Χριστιανισμός Ancient Greek (grc)
Χριστιανός Ancient Greek (grc)
Christus Latin (lat) (Christianity) Christ (Jesus).
Cristo Portuguese (por) Christ (the messiah who was named Jesus).
christianus Latin (lat)
Christianitas Malayalam (mal)
crestienté Old French (fro) Christendom (Christian regions of the world as a whole). Christianity (religion).
cristente Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as cristente

Descendants of -anus
Troian auncyen certain certein