aveugle etymology

French word aveugle comes from Latin ab, Latin oculis, Latin orbus ab oculis, and later Latin ab oculis ((Late Latin) blind.)

Detailed word origin of aveugle

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
ab Latin (lat) (source of action or event) by, of. (time) after, since. At, on, in. From, away from, out of.
oculis Latin (lat)
orbus ab oculis Latin (lat)
ab oculis Latin (lat) (Late Latin) blind.
*ab oculis Late Latin (LL)
avogle Old French (fro) Blind Blind person.
aveugle French (fra) A blind man or woman. Unable to see; blind.

Words with the same origin as aveugle

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