deciden etymology

Middle English word deciden comes from Latin caedo, Latin ex, e (A name of the letter X. (+ ablative) out of, from.), Latin cadere, Latin cado

Detailed word origin of deciden

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
caedo Latin (lat) Cut, hew, fell.. Defeat decisively (defeat with heavy losses to the enemy side).. Kill.. Strike, beat.
ex, e Latin (lat) A name of the letter X. (+ ablative) out of, from.
cadere Latin (lat)
cado Latin (lat) (impersonal) It happens, occurs, befalls, comes to pass. I cease. I decay. I die. I fall.
decido Latin (lat) (figuratively) I decide, determine, settle, terminate, put an end to; agree.. I beat severely, cudgel soundly, thrash.. I cut off or away; clip; reduce, diminish. (intransitive) I die, fall dead.. (intransitive) I fall down or off; collapse; drop, hang down.. (intransitive, figuratively) I sink, perish.
decider Old French (fro)
deciden Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as deciden

Descendants of caedo
chesel chisel sisoures
Descendants of ex, e
aleggen aleyen awarden condescenden decenden declinacioun declinen deriven descriven deserven despect despit dessendaunte dett diffinicioun edycte escusen example exciten excusen ischewe issue sample sewer sluse
Descendants of cadere
cadence cas chance chaunce cheance cheaunce
Descendants of cado
squachen