glissoire etymology

French word glissoire comes from French -oire, French glisser

Detailed word origin of glissoire

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-oire French (fra) A suffix used on verbs (usually via the Latin supine form) to form masculine or feminine words for places where something is done.. A suffix used on verbs to form usually feminine words for objects or tools used to do something.. A suffix used to form adjectives matched to nouns ending in -ation (or its variants) and derived from a Latin verb.
glisser French (fra) (intransitive) to glide. (intransitive) to slip, to slide, to skid. (music) to slide.
glissoire French (fra) Slide (made of ice, normally by children to slide for fun).

Words with the same origin as glissoire

Descendants of -oire
absolutoire antisécrétoire argumentatoire aspiratoire baignoire balançoire bassinoire bouilloire distillatoire escrire exutoire giratoire mangeoire mâchoire nageoire passoire pataugeoire pétoire sécrétoire écumoire épilatoire
Descendants of glisser
aéroglisseur glissade glissement glisseur