goulot etymology

French word goulot comes from Proto-Indo-European *gʷl̥-, and later Latin ira (Ire, anger, wrath.)

Detailed word origin of goulot

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*gʷl̥- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
ira Latin (lat) Ire, anger, wrath.
goule Old French (fro) Mouth.
gueulle Middle French (frm) (vulgar) mouth.
gueule French (fra) (informal) mouth. (informal) mug (person's face). Snout, face (of an animal).
goule French (fra) Ghoul (spirit; ghost).
goulot French (fra) Neck (of a bottle).

Words with the same origin as goulot

Descendants of *gʷl̥-
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