coupure etymology

French word coupure comes from French couper, French -ure (Used to form nouns describing the result of an action.)

Detailed word origin of coupure

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
couper French (fra) (reflexive, se couper, of leather) to crack. To cut off, to keep out. To cut, cut up, to chop. To dilute (with water).
-ure French (fra) Used to form nouns describing the result of an action.
coupure French (fra) Bill, a piece of paper money. Interruption. Power cut, blackout. The act or result of cutting; a cut.

Words with the same origin as coupure

Descendants of couper
coupage coupe-gorge coupe-ongles coupeur coupon coupé
Descendants of -ure
allure blessure brochure brûlure candidature carrure chaussure chevelure chlorure cyanure doublure déchirure envergure fourrure friture gravure moisissure piqûre procédure raclure sciure tournure usure égratignure