journee etymology

Middle English word journee comes from Proto-Indo-European *dyéw(i), Latin diovos, Latin diu, and later Latin diurnus (Daily. Of the day Day (medieval Latin only).)

Detailed word origin of journee

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*dyéw(i) Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
diovos Latin (lat)
diu Latin (lat) Continually, all day. Long enough. Long, long while, for a long time.
diem Latin (lat)
diurnus Latin (lat) Daily. Of the day Day (medieval Latin only).
diurnāta Malayalam (mal)
diurnata Malayalam (mal)
jornee Old French (fro) Day. Journey.
journee Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as journee

Descendants of *dyéw(i)
Descendants of diovos
Monday Monenday Tewesday Wednesdai Wodnesdei