mangeoire etymology

French word mangeoire comes from French manger ((intransitive) to eat. (transitive) to eat Food, foodstuff.), French -oire

Detailed word origin of mangeoire

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
manger French (fra) (intransitive) to eat. (transitive) to eat Food, foodstuff.
-oire French (fra) A suffix used on verbs (usually via the Latin supine form) to form masculine or feminine words for places where something is done.. A suffix used on verbs to form usually feminine words for objects or tools used to do something.. A suffix used to form adjectives matched to nouns ending in -ation (or its variants) and derived from a Latin verb.
mangeoire French (fra) Feeder (e.g. for birds). Manger.

Words with the same origin as mangeoire

Descendants of manger
mangeable mangetout mangeure
Descendants of -oire
absolutoire antisécrétoire argumentatoire aspiratoire baignoire balançoire bassinoire bouilloire distillatoire escrire exutoire giratoire glissoire mâchoire nageoire passoire pataugeoire pétoire sécrétoire écumoire épilatoire