boucherie etymology

French word boucherie comes from French boucher (Butcher To block up. To bung. To cork up.), French -erie

Detailed word origin of boucherie

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
boucher French (fra) Butcher To block up. To bung. To cork up.
-erie French (fra) Denoting a shop selling a certain product.. Denoting an object used to perform an action. Denoting an organization specializing in a given field. Denoting nouns describing qualities or properties.
boucherie French (fra) (figuratively) bloodbath, slaughter. Butchershop. Butchery, butchering (profession of the butcher).

Words with the same origin as boucherie

Descendants of boucher
bouchage débouchage débouchement déboucheur
Descendants of -erie
armurerie bijouterie boulangerie camaraderie carrosserie connerie imprimerie ingénierie lingerie loterie mutinerie paperasserie plaisanterie porcherie pâtisserie quincaillerie raffinerie saloperie scierie tapisserie tricherie tromperie tuerie épicerie