cuuel etymology

Middle English word cuuel comes from Byzantine Greek κούπα, Proto-Indo-European *kewp-, Proto-Indo-European *keup-, Malayalam copa, and later Latin cupa (Handle, axle. Tub, cask, tun, vat.)

Detailed word origin of cuuel

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
κούπα Byzantine Greek (gkm)
*kewp- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*keup- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
copa Malayalam (mal)
κούπα Modern Greek (1453-) (ell) Cup (part of a brassiere). Hearts (suit of playing cards). Liquid measure used in cookery. Mug, large cup (drinking vessel). Trophy cup.
cupa Latin (lat) Handle, axle. Tub, cask, tun, vat.
cuve Old French (fro) Tank; vat.
cuvel Old French (fro)
cuuel Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as cuuel

Descendants of κούπα
cop coppe coupe cuppe
Descendants of *kewp-
hof hoof houve hovel hoven hovil hovylle howve huve hyfe hyve
Descendants of *keup-
coif coiffe coyf coyfe coyffe