faderlich etymology

Middle English word faderlich comes from Proto-Germanic *fadēr (Father.), Proto-Germanic *-līkaz

Detailed word origin of faderlich

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*fadēr Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Father.
*-līkaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) -like, -ly. Forms adjectives from nouns and adjectives with the sense of 'similar to, characteristic of'.
fæder Old English (ang) Father.
*fadurlīkaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Fatherly; fatherlike.
fæderlic Old English (ang) Of or belonging to a father, fatherly, paternal, ancestral.
fæderlīċ Old English (ang)
faderlich Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as faderlich

Descendants of *fadēr
fader faderen heahfeder hehfader
Descendants of *-līkaz
-lich -ly atterlich certeinly childli clanly cumlich evenlich hidously kyndeliche louerdlich lyflich nihtlic paciently plentevously pleynly poverly reweliche scheomelich scondliche selfly sonderli sunneliche waterly wunderlice