unhal etymology

Middle English word unhal comes from Old English hal (Sound, healthy, intact. Whole, undivided.), Proto-Germanic *hailaz (Entire, complete. Healthy, sound. Whole, unbroken, intact.)

Detailed word origin of unhal

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
hal Old English (ang) Sound, healthy, intact. Whole, undivided.
*hailaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Entire, complete. Healthy, sound. Whole, unbroken, intact.
*unhailaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
unhal Old English (ang) In bad health, sick, weak, ill, infirm, unhealthy, unsound.
unhāl Old English (ang)
unhol Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as unhal

Descendants of hal
*halibutt hal hali halidom halinesse haliȝdom hol hole holi holinesse holly holynesse hool unhole
Descendants of *hailaz
hail haile halwe halȝe halȝhen halȝien heil heilen helen helthe