erende etymology

Middle English word erende comes from Proto-Indo-European *ī-, and later Proto-Germanic *airuz (Herald. Messager; servant.)

Detailed word origin of erende

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*ī- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) ice, frost
*airuz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Herald. Messager; servant.
*airundiją Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Errand. Message.
ǣrende Old English (ang)
ærende Old English (ang) Message, errand.
erende Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as erende

Descendants of *ī-
are erande ernde ew iceyokel ikil is isikel isykle oor or u ykle you yow ōr ȝow