hamstal etymology

Middle English word hamstal comes from Old English hām, Old English steall, Old English hāmsteall, and later Old English hamsteall (Homestead; residence.)

Detailed word origin of hamstal

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
hām Old English (ang)
steall Old English (ang) A place for cattle, stall, stable. A position, especially one that is standing; position of affairs, state, condition, standing. Fishing ground, place to catch fish. Place, stead.
hāmsteall Old English (ang)
hamsteall Old English (ang) Homestead; residence.
homstal Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as hamstal

Descendants of hām
ham hame hom home homli homstal hoom
Descendants of steall
forestall forestallen forstal stall