doublure etymology

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

Detailed word origin of doublure

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
doubler French (fra) (Belgium) to repeat a school year. To double, duplicate. To double-cross. To dub. To overtake, pass.
-ure French (fra) Used to form nouns describing the result of an action.
doublure French (fra) (cinema) body double, stand-in; stuntman. (theater) understudy. Lining.

Words with the same origin as doublure

Descendants of doubler
doublage doubleur
Descendants of -ure
allure blessure brochure brûlure candidature carrure chaussure chevelure chlorure coupure cyanure déchirure envergure fourrure friture gravure moisissure piqûre procédure raclure sciure tournure usure égratignure