hachis etymology

French word hachis comes from French hacher, French -is

Detailed word origin of hachis

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
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.
-is French (fra) Suffix forming the first-person singular past historic of -ir verbs.. Suffix forming the first-person singular past historic of -re verbs.. Suffix forming the first-person singular present indicative of -ir verbs.. Suffix forming the second-person singular past historic of -ir verbs.. Suffix forming the second-person singular past historic of -re verbs.. Suffix forming the second-person [...]
hachis French (fra) Hash.

Words with the same origin as hachis

Descendants of hacher
hacheur hachoir hachurer hashtag mot-dièse
Descendants of -is
abattis frottis terril treillis