fulliche etymology

Middle English word fulliche comes from Old English full (Full, filled, complete, entire.), Old English -līċe

Detailed word origin of fulliche

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
full Old English (ang) Full, filled, complete, entire.
-līċe Old English (ang)
fullīċe Old English (ang)
fullice Old English (ang) Fully, perfectly, completely, abundantly.. In a full manner or measure, thoroughly, without reservation or qualification.
fully Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as fulliche

Descendants of full
-full careful folien folwen folȝen fullen fullmade fully fulmaken fulwen fylle fülle myndefull nedeful needeful overful pleyn senful sinful sunful synful traitourfull volliche vulle wonderful
Descendants of -līċe
biterli bitterli bliþeliche carfulli clenliche clenly craftiliche evenly hardely hardliche hevyliche inly lifly liȝtliche lustfully mildeliche myghtely newely poverly reowliche swyftely treoweliche tymely vnwisely wislike