ortroue etymology

Middle English word ortroue comes from Old English or-, Old English trīewe, and later Old English ortreowe (Hopeless; despairing. Without confidence; distrustful.)

Detailed word origin of ortroue

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
or- Old English (ang) Without, lacking. Causing deprivation, privative. Ex-, out of. Former. Original; denotes origin.
trīewe Old English (ang)
ortreowe Old English (ang) Hopeless; despairing. Without confidence; distrustful.
ortroue Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as ortroue

Descendants of or-
or- orped orrtrowwe ortrowe
Descendants of trīewe
trewe trues