accoupler etymology

French word accoupler comes from French coupler (To couple.), French a-

Detailed word origin of accoupler

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
coupler French (fra) To couple.
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.
accoupler French (fra) (intransitive) to pair up, go together, get into a couple (of two things, to become one). (transitive) to unite, put together, join (of two things, to cause to become one). (transitive, of animals) to mate.

Words with the same origin as accoupler

Descendants of coupler
accouplable accouplement couplage coupleur
Descendants of a-
aborder accoucher affaiblir affaire agenouiller allonger amener apaiser apitoyer arrivant arriver arrivée assommer attarder atterrir attraper collier déshabiller déshabillé habiller rattrapage rattraper rhabiller