merdier etymology

French word merdier comes from French -ier, French merde

Detailed word origin of merdier

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-ier French (fra) Used to form the names of jobs. Used to form the names of ships. Used to form the names of trees bearing a particular type of fruit.
merde French (fra) (theatre) break a leg!. (vulgar) shit!, crap! (pejorative) a dickhead, a fuckhead, a bastard. (vulgar) turd, piece of feces, shit. Shit (something of poor quality). Shit (something undesirable or unwanted).
merdier French (fra) (vulgar) bad, tricky situation, shitstorm. (vulgar) mess, jumble.

Words with the same origin as merdier

Descendants of -ier
banquier barbier brigadier cendrier cocher coursier coéquipier cuisinier dos dossier financier grossier guerrier jardinier justicier olivier plombier prisonnier pêcher quartier routier sourcier tablier équipier
Descendants of merde
merdia merdique merdu