saven etymology

Middle English word saven comes from English -age, Italian salvare, Proto-Indo-European *solo-, Proto-Indo-European *solh₂-, Late Latin salvāre, and later Old French salvar ((9th century).)

Detailed word origin of saven

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-age English (eng) Forming nouns with the sense of collection or appurtenance.. Forming nouns indicating a charge, toll, or fee. Forming nouns indicating a place. Forming nouns indicating a process, action, or a result. Forming nouns indicating a rate. Forming nouns of a state or relationship.
salvare Italian (ita) (transitive) to save, guard, safeguard, protect, defend. (transitive) to save, rescue, retrieve, deliver.
*solo- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*solh₂- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
salvāre Late Latin (LL)
salus, salutem Latin (lat) Greeting, salutation. Health, well-being, welfare. Safety; security. Salvation, deliverance.
salvare Late Latin (LL)
salvar Old French (fro) (9th century).
sover Old French (fro)
sauven Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as saven

Descendants of -age
Descendants of salvare
saaf saf safe salvatour saviour
Descendants of *solh₂-
soile sol solemnity soyle sule