aborder etymology

French word aborder comes from French bord (Border, edge, limit ; boundary. Rim. Shore. Side.), French -er (Forms infinitives of first-conjugation verbs.), French a-

Detailed word origin of aborder

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
bord French (fra) Border, edge, limit ; boundary. Rim. Shore. Side.
-er French (fra) Forms infinitives of first-conjugation verbs.
a- French (fra) A prefix forming words, especially verbs, that denote entering a state, making progress toward a goal, or the like. A-, non-, -less.
aborder French (fra) (transitive) To approach or meet somebody.. (transitive) To deal with; to tackle; to approach a problem, situation or topic.. (transitive, chiefly, nautical) To reach, especially with a boat.. (transitive, of vehicles) To place side to side.. (transitive, originally, nautical, literary, rare) To attack, especially a boat.

Words with the same origin as aborder

Descendants of -er
avaler calmer collier dégueulasse dépenser embrasser filmer fonction garder habiller journée nuit partager placer profiter raisonnable regard risque règlement régler réglé suicider tarder taré tester
Descendants of a-
accoucher accouplement accoupler affaiblir affaire agenouiller allonger amener apaiser apitoyer arrivant arriver arrivée assommer attarder atterrir attraper déshabiller déshabillé rattrapage rattraper rhabiller