fourrure etymology

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

Detailed word origin of fourrure

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-ure French (fra) Used to form nouns describing the result of an action.
fourrer French (fra) (transitive) to stuff (a turkey etc.); to fill (a cake). (transitive, colloquial) to shove, stick, stuff (dans in something). (transitive, vulgar, slang) to fuck, to shaft, to screw.
fourrure French (fra) (zoology, fashion, heraldry) fur.

Words with the same origin as fourrure

Descendants of -ure
allure blessure brochure brûlure candidature carrure chaussure chevelure chlorure coupure cyanure doublure déchirure envergure friture gravure moisissure piqûre procédure raclure sciure tournure usure égratignure
Descendants of fourrer
fourre-tout fourreur