hissa etymology

Finnish word hissa comes from Finnish tehdä, Ancient Greek ἵστωρ, and later Latin historia ((Medieval Latin, England) storey. Account. History. Story.)

Detailed word origin of hissa

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
tehdä Finnish (fin) (transitive) to commit, perpetrate, carry out, conduct (to do, as a crime, sin, or fault). (transitive) to do, perform, execute. (transitive) to make, cost (said often by the salesperson to the customer). (transitive) to make, manufacture. (transitive) to make, render (somebody: accusative, adjective: translative or somebody: elative, noun: accusative).
ἵστωρ Ancient Greek (grc)
ἱστορέω Ancient Greek (grc)
ἱστορία Ancient Greek (grc)
historia Latin (lat) (Medieval Latin, England) storey. Account. History. Story.
historia Finnish (fin) History.
hissa Finnish (fin) (slang) history as a school subject.

Words with the same origin as hissa

Descendants of tehdä
Heinänen aikaero aste-ero asumusero avioero avoero ero erota erotin erottaa halla heinikko heinä hiihtarit historia historiallinen historiallisesti housut huono huonosti huora huoritella laatuero psykohistoria tuloero
Descendants of ἵστωρ
esihistoriallinen historiallisperäinen historiallisuus historiikki historiografia historismi