foryelden etymology

Middle English word foryelden comes from Proto-Germanic *firi- (Expresses intensive or perfective meaning. Through, across.), Proto-Germanic *geldaną (To have/give value. To pay.), Proto-Germanic *geldaną

Detailed word origin of foryelden

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*firi- Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Expresses intensive or perfective meaning. Through, across.
*geldaną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To have/give value. To pay.
*geldaną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
gieldan Old English (ang) To pay; to give something in payment or as due; to yield. To repay, to pay back, to restore. To requite; to reward.
*frageldaną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To pay back; repay; restore. To pay up; renumerate.
forgieldan Old English (ang) To repay, to requite, to make good.
forġieldan Old English (ang)
foryelden Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as foryelden

Descendants of *geldaną
weregelt wergeld yelden yelding yielden yolde ȝeld ȝeldand ȝelden ȝeldinde ȝeldinge ȝeldynge
Descendants of *geldaną
forȝelden