occlusion etymology

French word occlusion comes from Latin ob, Latin claudere

Detailed word origin of occlusion

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
ob Latin (lat) Against; facing. In the direction of, to, towards. On account of, according to, because of, due to, for (the purpose of).
claudere Latin (lat)
occludere Latin (lat)
occlusio Latin (lat)
occlusion French (fra) Occlusion.

Words with the same origin as occlusion

Descendants of ob
occasion occident occidental occire occis occlure occupation occuper occupé occurrence occurrent offensive offrir offusquer oppresser oublie oublée préoccuper ôter
Descendants of claudere
Vaucluse claustral claustrer cloison cloisonner clore clos cloître clôture conclure conclusion enclos exclu exclure exclusion exclusivité forclusion inclure inclus water éclore éclosable éclosion écluse