coupler etymology

French word coupler comes from Latin co- ((intensifier). Together, with.), Latin apere, Latin copulat-

Detailed word origin of coupler

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
co- Latin (lat) (intensifier). Together, with.
apere Latin (lat)
copulat- Latin (lat)
copula Latin (lat) A bond, tie, or other connecting item.
copulo Latin (lat) (middle voice) I associate with.. I bind or tie together, unite, join, couple.. I connect.
coupler French (fra) To couple.

Words with the same origin as coupler

Descendants of co-
cache cachot caché caillot catch connaissance connaissant connaître connu coopération coopérer copie cour court couvercle couvert couverture couvrir découvert découvrir ouvert ouverture ouvrant ouvrir quai
Descendants of apere
accouplable copuler couplage
Descendants of copulat-