disturber etymology

French word disturber comes from Latin turbo, and later Old French destorber (To disrupt; to disturb.)

Detailed word origin of disturber

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
turbo Latin (lat) tornado, whirlwind. Crowd I disturb, unsettle. I upset.
destorber Old French (fro) To disrupt; to disturb.
disturb English (eng) (obsolete) disturbance (intransitive) to have a negative emotional impact; to cause emotional distress or confusion.. (transitive) to confuse a quiet, constant state or a calm, continuous flow, in particular: thoughts, actions or liquids.. (transitive) to divert, redirect, or alter by disturbing.
disturber French (fra) (rare) to disturb.

Words with the same origin as disturber

Descendants of turbo
masturbateur masturbation masturbatoire masturber perturbateur perturbation perturber troubler turbin turbiner