passe etymology

French word passe comes from Latin patior (I allow, acquiesce, submit.. I suffer, endure.), Proto-Indo-European *pent-, Old Latin mīlle passum, Proto-Indo-European *patno-

Detailed word origin of passe

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
patior Latin (lat) I allow, acquiesce, submit.. I suffer, endure.
*pent- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
mīlle passum Old Latin (itc-ola)
*patno- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*patno Latin (lat)
pando Latin (lat) I spread or open (out), extend. I spread out to dry. I unfold or expand.
*passō Vulgar Latin (la-vul)
passare Vulgar Latin (la-vul)
*passare Vulgar Latin (la-vul)
*passo Latin (lat) (Vulgar Latin) I pass.
passare Latin (lat)
*passāre Vulgar Latin (la-vul)
passer Old French (fro) To pass; to pass by.
passer Middle French (frm) To pass; to go by.
passer French (fra) (TV) to show (be on television). (athletics) to pass (the relay baton). (card games) to pass (not play upon one's turn). (dated) (transitive) to pass (an exam or test). (intransitive) to pass (an exam or test). (intransitive) to pass, to go (between two entities). (legal) to pass. (music) to spin (e.g. a disk). (public transportation) to run. (reflexive) to take place, to happen, to come to [...]
passe French (fra) (sports) pass. Pass (document allowing entry). Pass (passageway). Pass (the act of passing).

Words with the same origin as passe

Descendants of patior
Pas de Calais Pas-de-Calais compas faux pas mile mille milliard millier million millième millépore millésime pas paso doble passage passation passer passion passoire patiemment patient pourquoi pas trépas
Descendants of *pent-
Dupont entrepont patois patrouiller patte ponceau pont pont aérien pont tournant pont-levis pontage ponter pontier pontife pontifier ponton
Descendants of mīlle passum
milliardaire repasser trépasser