wraththe etymology

Middle English word wraththe comes from Proto-Germanic *wraiþaz, Proto-Germanic - iþō, and later Proto-Germanic *wraiþiþō (Anger, fury, wrath.)

Detailed word origin of wraththe

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*wraiþaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Cruel. Extremely angry, furious, wroth. Twisted, bent out of shape, anxious.
- iþō Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
*wraiþiþō Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Anger, fury, wrath.
wrǣþþo Old English (ang)
wreththe Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as wraththe

Descendants of *wraiþaz
graith graythe greithe wrath wreththe wroth wræththe
Descendants of - iþō
bitreuthien depthe derþe filth heelthe hountee lengthe lenthe merthe strengthe strenthe streynthe strynthe thefte theofthe thiefthe thufthe treuthe treuwethe trewthe warmth wearmth wermthe