avance etymology

French word avance comes from Latin ab, Latin antea (Before, formerly, previously.), Latin ab ante, Latin -one(-onem|m)

Detailed word origin of avance

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
ab Latin (lat) (source of action or event) by, of. (time) after, since. At, on, in. From, away from, out of.
antea Latin (lat) Before, formerly, previously.
ab ante Latin (lat)
-one(-onem|m) Latin (lat)
abante Latin (lat) (Late Latin) before, in front From before.
abante Late Latin (LL)
*abanteo Latin (lat) I move forward.
*abantiare Vulgar Latin (la-vul)
avancier Old French (fro) To advance; to continue. To advance; to move forward.
advancer Middle French (frm) To advance (to move forwards).
avancer Middle French (frm)
avancer French (fra) (intransitive) to advance, to go forward. (intransitive) to progress. (reflexive, ~ vers) to move towards, to go up to, to approach. (transitive) to bring forward, to advance. (transitive) to propose, to put forward. (transitive, the recipient is introduced by the preposition à, colloquial) to help out somebody by lending him money for a short time (for example because he doesn't have any [...]
avance French (fra) (in the plural) (romantic) advances. Advance.

Words with the same origin as avance

Descendants of ab
avancer avant aversif aversion avertir aveugle devant pendule sans sans-culotte sens
Descendants of ab ante