maladif etymology

French word maladif comes from French -if, French malade

Detailed word origin of maladif

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-if French (fra) -ive; used in forming adjectives denoting characteristics or qualities.
malade French (fra) (informal) Mentally disturbed; crazy; nuts; mental.. Ill, unwell, sick (informal) Somebody who is crazy; a nutcase.. An ill or sick person; a patient.
maladif French (fra) Diseased (having ill character). Pathological. Poorly (not well, sick). Sickly (habitually sick).

Words with the same origin as maladif

Descendants of -if
affectif agglutinatif agranditif agressif annulatif arbustif articulatif aspiratif assimilatif compulsif compétitif coopératif craintif décoratif effectif fautif jouissif maladivement massif plaintif réplicatif répétitif sportif évasif