emporter etymology

French word emporter comes from French enrager, French porter

Detailed word origin of emporter

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
enrager French (fra) (obsolete) to have rabies. To enrage, anger, infuriate. To inflame, arouse.
porter French (fra) Porter (beer) (of a subject, followed by the preposition sur) to be about, to concern. (reflexive, se porter) to feel. To carry. To support, to bear. To wear.
emporter French (fra) (reflexive, s'emporter) to get angry; to lose one's temper; to flare up. To take. To take away. To take away, to blow away, to carry away. To win.

Words with the same origin as emporter

Descendants of porter
port portance porte-coton porte-crayon porte-monnaie portefeuille porteur téléportation