inleden etymology

Middle English word inleden comes from Proto-Germanic *laidijaną (To cause to go, to lead.), Proto-Germanic *in ((+accusative) into. (+dative) in.)

Detailed word origin of inleden

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*laidijaną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To cause to go, to lead.
*in Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) (+accusative) into. (+dative) in.
lædan Old English (ang) To bring, take. To carry, convey. To guide, conduct. To lead.
inlædan Old English (ang) To conduct, lead up, bring forward. To introduce. To lead in, bring in.
inlǣdan Old English (ang)
inleden Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as inleden

Descendants of *laidijaną
ledande lede leden leder ledinge ledynge leed
Descendants of *in
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