grossier etymology

French word grossier comes from French -ier, French gros (Big, thick, fat. Coarse, rough.)

Detailed word origin of grossier

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-ier French (fra) Used to form the names of jobs. Used to form the names of ships. Used to form the names of trees bearing a particular type of fruit.
gros French (fra) Big, thick, fat. Coarse, rough.
grossier French (fra) (of a person's character) coarse. (of an error) gross. Coarse (physically, not fine). Shoddy (not well-made).

Words with the same origin as grossier

Descendants of -ier
banquier barbier brigadier cendrier cocher coursier coéquipier cuisinier dos dossier financier guerrier jardinier justicier merdier olivier plombier prisonnier pêcher quartier routier sourcier tablier équipier
Descendants of gros
Grosjean