i-seche etymology

Middle English word i-seche comes from Old English sēċan, Old English ġe-, and later Old English gesecan ((transitive) to seek (after).. To visit, go to, approach.)

Detailed word origin of i-seche

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
sēċan Old English (ang)
ġe- Old English (ang)
gesecan Old English (ang) (transitive) to seek (after).. To visit, go to, approach.
i-seche Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as i-seche

Descendants of sēċan
besechen bisechen sechen seken undersechen þurhsechen
Descendants of ġe-
adred aline ashore gemynten hersum i- i-teon ihoven irennen iwar likely likliche lykly neighbour neighebor neihebur yclad yclept yhere ynough ypeynted ypunished ȝehwa ȝesceawen