collier etymology

French word collier comes from French -er (Forms infinitives of first-conjugation verbs.), Proto-Indo-European *kʷekʷléh₂, Latin ad- (To.), French a-

Detailed word origin of collier

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-er French (fra) Forms infinitives of first-conjugation verbs.
*kʷekʷléh₂ Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
ad- Latin (lat) To.
a- French (fra) A prefix forming words, especially verbs, that denote entering a state, making progress toward a goal, or the like. A-, non-, -less.
collum Latin (lat) (anatomy) neck, throat. (symbolically) servitude. Upper stem of a plant.
col French (fra) Col. Collar. Neck (now especially of objects, vases etc.).
collaris Latin (lat) Collared. Neck (attributive).
collare Latin (lat) (Late Latin, Vulgar Latin) collar, neckband; chain for the neck.
collāre Late Latin (LL)
acoler Old French (fro) To embrace, to take in one's arms.
collier French (fra) A necklace, string-shaped jewel worn around the neck. Collar (e.g. of a dog). Collar (on animals, colored fur around the neck).

Words with the same origin as collier

Descendants of -er
avaler calmer dégueulasse dépenser embrasser filmer fonction garder habiller journée nuit partager placer profiter raisonnable regard risque règlement régler réglé suicider tarder taré tester
Descendants of ad-
accepter accident acheter aller allée alors apparemment appeler apprendre après arrive arrière arrêter asseoir assez assis assurer attendre attention avenir avocat dos dossier faire à
Descendants of a-
aborder accoucher accouplement accoupler affaiblir affaire agenouiller allonger amener apaiser apitoyer arrivant arriver arrivée assommer attarder atterrir attraper déshabiller déshabillé rattrapage rattraper rhabiller