gonflage etymology

French word gonflage comes from French -age, French gonfler

Detailed word origin of gonflage

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-age French (fra) (rare) Forming collective nouns.. Forming nouns with the sense of "action or result of Xing" or, more rarely, "action related to X".. Forming nouns with the sense of "state of being (a) X".
gonfler French (fra) (intransitive) to swell, to puff up. (transitive) to inflate, to blow up. (transitive, colloquial) to get on someone's nerves.
gonflage French (fra) Enlarging, blowing up. Inflating, inflation.

Words with the same origin as gonflage

Descendants of -age
atterrissage barrage braquage cambriolage chantage courage garage héritage maquillage mariage massage nettoyage nuage orage otage partage passage sauver sauvetage tatouage tournage usage voisinage âge équipage
Descendants of gonfler
gonflable gonflement gonflette gonfleur