cocher etymology

French word cocher comes from French -er (Forms infinitives of first-conjugation verbs.), French coche

You can also see our other etymologies for the French word cocher. Currently you are viewing the etymology of cocher with the meaning: (Verb) (transitive) to cross (to place a cross symbol on, e.g. a form). (transitive) to tick; to tick off (to place a tick symbol on, e.g. a form).(transitive) to cross (to place a cross symbol on, e.g. a form). (transitive) to tick; to tick off (to place a tick symbol on, e.g. a form)

Detailed word origin of cocher

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-er French (fra) Forms infinitives of first-conjugation verbs.
coche French (fra) Stage-coach (dated) a sort of large boat previously used for transporting passengers and merchandise Tick, checkmark (symbol) (dated) sow (female pig).
cocher French (fra) (transitive) to cross (to place a cross symbol on, e.g. a form). (transitive) to tick; to tick off (to place a tick symbol on, e.g. a form).

Words with the same origin as cocher

Descendants of -er
avaler calmer collier dégueulasse dépenser embrasser filmer fonction garder habiller journée nuit partager placer profiter raisonnable regard risque règlement régler réglé suicider tarder taré tester
Descendants of coche
cochère