roulade etymology

French word roulade comes from Latin rota, Vulgar Latin *rotulare, Middle French rouller

Detailed word origin of roulade

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
rota Latin (lat) (figuratively) the disc of the sun. (pars pro toto) a car, a chariot. Wheel.
*rotulare Vulgar Latin (la-vul)
rouller Middle French (frm) (transitive) to roll (move a round object by applying physical force to it).
rotulare Malayalam (mal)
roler Old French (fro)
rouler French (fra) (colloquial) to dupe, to trick. (colloquial) to go (of events, to proceed). (intransitive) to drive (a vehicle). (of a vehicle) to work, to function. To revolve. To roll.
roulade French (fra) (music) roulade. Roll, roly-poly (act of rolling forward or sidewards). Roulade (dish).

Words with the same origin as roulade

Descendants of rota
arrondir contrôler enrôler multirôle roller rond rondeau rondelle rondement rondeur rondin rotonde rouage roue rouer rouet roulage rouler roulotte roulure rôder rôdeur rôle érailler