barbifier etymology

French word barbifier comes from French barbe, French -ifier (-ify.)

Detailed word origin of barbifier

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
barbe French (fra) (horse) Barbary (botany) barb, hair or bristle.. (colloquial) a boring thing. (feather) barb. Barbel, whisker-like sensory organs, located around the mouth of certain fish, including catfish, carp, goatfish, sturgeon.. Beard. Longer hair growing on the chin or face of some animals Barbary horse.
-ifier French (fra) -ify.
barbifier French (fra) To bore to death. To shave (someone's) beard, to barb.

Words with the same origin as barbifier

Descendants of barbe
barbant barbiche barbier barbifère barbouzard barbouze barbouzerie barbu
Descendants of -ifier
authentifier bonifier classifier convexifier diversifier décalcifier désertifier estérifier falsifier humidifier intensifier lubrifier momification mythifier ossifier planification planifier polyestérifier qualifier simplifier solidifier spathifier starifier émulsifier