abriter etymology

French word abriter comes from Latin apricus (Sunny, having lots of sunshine, warmed by the sun.), Frankish berihan, Latin a- ((Before a word beginning with sc, sp or st).), Latin brigare, Frankish *birīhan (To cover, protect.)

Detailed word origin of abriter

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
apricus Latin (lat) Sunny, having lots of sunshine, warmed by the sun.
berihan Frankish (frk)
a- Latin (lat) (Before a word beginning with sc, sp or st).
brigare Latin (lat)
*birīhan Frankish (frk) To cover, protect.
apricor Latin (lat)
aprīcāre Late Latin (LL)
abrigare Late Latin (LL)
abrier Old French (fro) (reflexive, s'abrier) to take shelter; to shelter oneself. To shelter.
abri Old French (fro) Shelter (physical protection from harm, harsh conditions, etc.).
abri Middle French (frm)
abriter French (fra) (reflexive, intransitive, s'abriter) to take cover; to shelter. To shelter, to harbour.

Words with the same origin as abriter

Descendants of apricus
abri abri anti-atomique abri anti-aérien abri fiscal abribus abrier aux abris à l'abri
Descendants of a-
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