morbide etymology

French word morbide comes from Latin morbus, and later Latin morbidus (Sickly, diseased. Unwholesome.)

Detailed word origin of morbide

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
morbus Latin (lat) (of the body or mind) A disease, sickness, disorder, distemper, ailment, illness, malady.. (of the mind) A fault, vice, failing.. (of the mind) Sorrow, grief, distress.. Death (prima morbi accessione, at the first approach of death).
morbidus Latin (lat) Sickly, diseased. Unwholesome.
morbide French (fra) Morbid.