sege etymology

Middle English word sege comes from Latin assidere, Latin sedem, Proto-Indo-European *sēik-, Proto-Indo-European *sak-, Proto-Indo-European *sokʷ(h)-, and later Latin sedes (Place, residence, settlement, habitation. Seat, chair.)

Detailed word origin of sege

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
assidere Latin (lat)
sedem Latin (lat)
*sēik- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) to cut
*sak- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) marsh plant, to sanctify, to make a treaty
*sokʷ(h)- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) companion
sedes Latin (lat) Place, residence, settlement, habitation. Seat, chair.
sediculum Latin (lat)
*sagjaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Reed, sedge (named for its sharp leaves, compare also sword lily). Sword.
*sedicum Vulgar Latin (la-vul)
seige Old French (fro)
*sagjaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Retainer, warrior Reed, sedge (named for its sharp leaves, compare also sword lily). Sword.
secg Old English (ang) (poetic) sword Sedge (poetic) man, warrior, hero.
sege Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as sege

Descendants of assidere
seuere seware
Descendants of *sēik-
begon beliggen belongen bemenen benimen benoten beseten bewriten bewurchen bidelen bilaughen bisheren bisorȝen bistriden biwenden bleven hail halwe heelthe holi schup schyde shipwright squier
Descendants of *sak-
seg segge