hacher etymology

French word hacher comes from Proto-Indo-European *kog-, and later Proto-Germanic *hakkōną (To hack; chop. To hoe.)

Detailed word origin of hacher

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*kog- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*hakkōną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To hack; chop. To hoe.
*hakkōn Frankish (frk) To hack, chop.
hacher Old French (fro) To chop up, mince.
hacher Middle French (frm) To chop up, mince.
hacher French (fra) (dated) to split with an ax. (formal) to cut or hit repeatedly with something sharp; to slash. (formal, rare) to speak or write with a very unequal or irregular style or rhythm. (rare) to cut roughly and unequally. To chop up, mince.

Words with the same origin as hacher

Descendants of *kog-
hockey hockeyeuse