abord etymology

French word abord comes from Proto-Germanic *burdą (Board, plank. Table.)

Detailed word origin of abord

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*burdą Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Board, plank. Table.
*bord Frankish (frk) Board, plank.
bordellum Malayalam (mal)
bordum Latin (lat) (Medieval Latin) plank, board. (Medieval Latin, nautical) shipboard.
bort Old French (fro)
aborder Old French (fro)
aborder Middle French (frm)
abord French (fra) (archaic) Arrival or accessibility by water.. (literary) The manner with which one acts in the presence of another person or persons, especially in a first encounter.. (rare) The surroundings of a place.

Words with the same origin as abord

Descendants of *burdą
abords bord bordel bordure bordélique d'abord que par-dessus bord tout d'abord