heere etymology

Middle English word heere comes from Latin crescendum, Proto-Balto-Slavic *krei-, Proto-Baltic *krei-, Welsh hewr, and later Proto-Germanic *harjaz (Army. Army leader; commander; warrior.)

Detailed word origin of heere

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
crescendum Latin (lat)
*krei- Proto-Balto-Slavic (ine-bsl-pro)
*krei- Proto-Baltic (bat-pro)
hewr Welsh (cym)
*kr- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
sincerus Latin (lat) Clean, pure, sound.. Genuine, sincere.. Real, natural.. Uninjured, whole.
*koryos Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*kóryos Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*harjaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Army. Army leader; commander; warrior.
here Old English (ang) An army (especially of the enemy).
hyre Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as heere

Descendants of *krei-
awarden curraunt decenden descriven discours excusen frokke harwen heer herberge herien hire hirten hors hyre reʒel roc rok roke rop ropen rowne scharn seuer
Descendants of *krei-
aleggen aventayle declinen edycte exciten harien harren hersen hertan herwen herȝien rappen routen rowe ruten
Descendants of hewr
here hiren hirne