fusion etymology

French word fusion comes from Proto-Italic *hundō (Pour out.), Latin fundus

Detailed word origin of fusion

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*hundō Proto-Italic (itc-pro) Pour out.
fundus Latin (lat) An authority. Bottom. Farm; piece of land; estate. Foundation. Ground.
fusum Latin (lat)
fusus Latin (lat) Spindle. Spinning wheel.
fusio Latin (lat) A duty. A melting, founding, casting. A pouring out; an outpouring, effusion.
fusion Old French (fro)
fusion Middle French (frm) Fusion (act of melting or liquefying something by heating it).
fusion French (fra) (figuratively) mix; mixture. (nuclear physics) fusion. (physics, chemistry) fusion (act of melting or liquefying something by heating it).

Words with the same origin as fusion

Descendants of *hundō
balado confondre confus confusion diffus foison fondamental fondant fondateur fondation fondatrice fonder fondre fondue fonte fuseau fuselage fuselé fusible fusée
Descendants of fundus
arrière-fond foncièrement fond plafond plafonner profond tréfonds