redevoir etymology

French word redevoir comes from French devoir, French reconqueste

Detailed word origin of redevoir

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
devoir French (fra) (literary, intransitive, in imperfect subjunctive, with inversion of subject) (even) though it be necessary (+ infinitive). (reflexive, ~ de) to have a duty to. (transitive) to owe (money, obligation and etc). Must, to do or have with certainty. Must, to have to (as a requirement) Duty. Exercise (set for homework).
reconqueste French (fra)
redevoir French (fra) (rare, or, obsolete) to have to again. To owe again.

Words with the same origin as redevoir

Descendants of reconqueste
reconquête