accoucher etymology

French word accoucher comes from French coucher, French a-

Detailed word origin of accoucher

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
coucher French (fra) Bedding. Going to bed. Room and board. Setting (sun) (intransitive) to lodge. (intransitive) to pack off to bed. (intransitive) to sleep. (intransitive) to spend the night. (reflexive) to go to bed. (transitive) to lay, to lay down. (transitive) to layer (branches). (transitive) to put to bed, to put up (a lodger). (transitive) to slant (writing). (transitive, agriculture) to lodge, to beat [...]
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.
accoucher French (fra) (intransitive) to give birth (de to), to go into labour. (transitive) to deliver (a baby).

Words with the same origin as accoucher

Descendants of coucher
couchage couchette couché multicouche
Descendants of a-
aborder accouplement accoupler affaiblir affaire agenouiller allonger amener apaiser apitoyer arrivant arriver arrivée assommer attarder atterrir attraper collier déshabiller déshabillé habiller rattrapage rattraper rhabiller