pogne etymology

French word pogne comes from Latin manus, English old, Proto-Indo-European *pewǵ-, Proto-Indo-European *puḱnos, Proto-Indo-European *puk-, and later Old French poing (Hand.)

Detailed word origin of pogne

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
manus Latin (lat) (figuratively) bravery, valor. (figuratively) violence, fighting. (legal) an arrest. (legal) legal power of a man over his wife. (military, nautical) grappling hooks used to snare enemy vessels. A side, part, faction. A stake (in dice). A thrust with a sword. Branch of a tree. Group of people. Group, company, host, multitude of people, especially of soldiers. Hand. Handwriting. Labor. Paw of [...]
old English (eng) (with "the") People who are old; old beings; the older generation, taken as a group. (heading) Of an earlier time.. (obsolete) Excessive, abundant.. A grammatical intensifier, often used in describing something positive. (Mostly in idioms like good old, big old and little old, any old and some old.). Familiar.. Former, previous.. Having existed or lived for the specified time.. Obsolete; [...]
*pewǵ- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*puḱnos Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*puk- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*puǵ-no- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*pugnos Proto-Italic (itc-pro)
pugnus Latin (lat) A fist; a hand with all fingers curled up. A fistful, handful.
poing Old French (fro) Hand.
Old French Dutch (nld)
Old French English (eng) The French language as spoken or written from the 9th to the early 14th century.
pogne French (fra)

Words with the same origin as pogne

Descendants of manus
commander demander main management manager mandat mander mandibule manger manier manifeste manifestement manille manipule manivelle manière manuel masturbation masturber menotter poignard poignet poignée poing répugnant
Descendants of old
empoigner frapper frappé pogner
Descendants of *pewǵ-
componction oppugner pincer poignamment poignant poindre point poinçon ponction ponctuer pugiliste pugnace répugner
Descendants of *puk-