caillot etymology

French word caillot comes from French cailler, French -ot

Detailed word origin of caillot

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
cailler French (fra) (slang, impersonal) To be very cold, to be brass monkeys. (slang, intransitive) To be very cold, to freeze. To curdle, clot.
-ot French (fra) A diminutive indicator for certain words, functioning similarly to the more common -et. Used for some names:.
caillot French (fra) Clot. Curd.

Words with the same origin as caillot

Descendants of cailler
caillage
Descendants of -ot
bachot bachotage ballot billot boulot bourricot bécot bécoter cabotage cachot cuistot culot dalot diablotin dico frérot hosto jeunot manchot pâlot ramollo resto rigolo vieillot