rostre etymology

French word rostre comes from Latin rodere, Latin -trum (Forming instrument nouns.)

Detailed word origin of rostre

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
rodere Latin (lat)
-trum Latin (lat) Forming instrument nouns.
rostrum Latin (lat) (nautical) prow of a ship. A stage or platform for speaking in the forum. Bill or beak of a bird. Snout or muzzle of an animal.
rostre French (fra)

Words with the same origin as rostre

Descendants of rodere
rodage roder rodoir
Descendants of -trum
cepstre chevêtre cloître démonstrativement monstre monstrueux montrer râteau spectre