appareil etymology

French word appareil comes from Latin parare, Latin ad- (To.)

Detailed word origin of appareil

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
parare Latin (lat)
ad- Latin (lat) To.
apparare Latin (lat)
*appariculo Latin (lat) I equip or tool. I prepare or make ready.
apareillier Old French (fro) To arm or tool oneself. To prepare (food). To tool; to equip.
appareiller Middle French (frm) (transitive) to equip. (transitive, by extension) to ready.
appareiller French (fra) (intransitive, nautical) to cast off. (transitive) to fit with a prosthesis. (transitive) to join or mix together. (transitive) to mate animals for breeding. (transitive) to prepare.
appareil French (fra) (anatomy) a system (of organs). Apparatus. Camera (for photographs).

Words with the same origin as appareil

Descendants of parare
empereur empire impérial parabase paracerque parachute paracompact parade paragouvernemental paralaurionite paranormal parapluie parapétrolier parasismique parasol paratonnerre paratuberculose paravent parer préparer sevrage sevrer séparation séparatiste séparer
Descendants of ad-
accepter accident acheter aller allée alors apparemment appeler apprendre après arrive arrière arrêter asseoir assez assis assurer attendre attention avenir avocat dos dossier faire à