youthe etymology

Middle English word youthe comes from Old English -aþ, English young, Old English ġeong, Proto-Germanic *juwunþi, Proto-Indo-European *h₂yuh₁wnti-, and later Proto-Germanic *jugunþiz (The state of being young; youth.)

Detailed word origin of youthe

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-aþ Old English (ang) First, second and third person plural present indicative ending of strong verbs, class 1 weak verbs, and class 3 weak verbs.. Third person singular present indicative ending of class 2 weak verbs.
young English (eng) (geology) To exhibit younging.. (informal, or, demography) To become or seem to become younger.. (informal, or, demography) To cause to appear younger. (rare, possibly, nonstandard) An individual offspring; a single recently born or hatched organism.. People who are young; young people, collectively; youth.. Young or immature offspring (especially of an animal). (Not) advanced in age; (far [...]
ġeong Old English (ang)
*juwunþi Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
*h₂yuh₁wnti- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
-th English (eng) (no longer productive) Forming nouns from adjectives.. (no longer productive) Forming nouns from verbs of action. Used to form the ordinal numeral when the final term of the spelled number is not “first”, “second”, or “third”. (archaic) A variant of -eth, used to form the archaic third-person singular indicative present tense of verbs.
*juwundiz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
*jugunþiz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) The state of being young; youth.
ġeoguþ Old English (ang)
ȝuȝethe Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as youthe

Descendants of -aþ
-th derth derþe reowthe reuthe rewthe ruthe warmth youhthe ȝeoȝuthe ȝewethe ȝouthe ȝuwethe ȝuȝethe
Descendants of ġeong