heretogh etymology

Middle English word heretogh comes from Proto-Germanic *tugô (He who draws; leader.), Proto-Germanic *harjaz (Army. Army leader; commander; warrior.)

Detailed word origin of heretogh

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*tugô Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) He who draws; leader.
*harjaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Army. Army leader; commander; warrior.
here Old English (ang) An army (especially of the enemy).
*harjatugô Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Army leader; commander; general.
heretoha Old English (ang)
heretogh Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as heretogh

Descendants of *tugô
Descendants of *harjaz
Wat harien harnais harnes harren harwen haryen heere herber here herien herneis hersen herwen heryen herȝen herȝien hire hiren hirne hyre