houle etymology

French word houle comes from Proto-Germanic *hailaz (Entire, complete. Healthy, sound. Whole, unbroken, intact.), Proto-Indo-European *kewH-, Proto-Indo-European *ḱowH-

Detailed word origin of houle

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*hailaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Entire, complete. Healthy, sound. Whole, unbroken, intact.
*kewH- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*ḱowH- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
heill Old Norse (non)
hal Old English (ang) Sound, healthy, intact. Whole, undivided.
*ḱuHlós Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
hāl Old English (ang)
*hulaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Hollow.
*hulą Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) A hollow; depression; hole.
holr Old Norse (non) Hollow.
hol Old English (ang) A hole, a hollow Calumny; slander.
hole Middle English (enm)
ditch English (eng) A trench; a long, shallow indentation, as for irrigation or drainage. (intransitive) To deliberately crash-land an airplane on water.. (intransitive) To deliberately not attend classes; to play hookey.. (intransitive) To dig ditches.. (transitive) To dig ditches around.. (transitive) To discard or abandon.. (transitive) To throw into a ditch.
hol Old Norse (non)
houle French (fra) Swell (of water).

Words with the same origin as houle

Descendants of *hailaz
Halloween héler