fiston etymology

French word fiston comes from French rejeter

Detailed word origin of fiston

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
rejeter French (fra) (reflexive) to jump back, throw oneself back. To discharge, spew out. To position, place. To reject (an appeal, a lover etc.); to refute (an accusation). To throw back (a fish, etc.).
rejeton French (fra) (botany) shoot. (colloquial) kid. (figuratively) offshoot. (literary) scion.
fiston French (fra) Boy, son, lad, young man (as a form of address).

Words with the same origin as fiston

Descendants of rejeter