garde-robe etymology

French word garde-robe comes from French garder, French robe (Dress, frock. Fur, coat (of an animal). Wine's colour.)

Detailed word origin of garde-robe

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
garder French (fra) (pronominal) to be careful (de faire not to do). (transitive) to guard. (transitive) to keep; to retain; to store; to save.
robe French (fra) Dress, frock. Fur, coat (of an animal). Wine's colour.
garde-robe French (fra) An armoire; a wardrobe (a piece of furniture for clothes).

Words with the same origin as garde-robe

Descendants of garder
garde-chasse garde-magasin gardeur regard
Descendants of robe
robin