rouler etymology

French word rouler comes from Latin rota

Detailed word origin of rouler

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
rota Latin (lat) (figuratively) the disc of the sun. (pars pro toto) a car, a chariot. Wheel.
rotulō Malayalam (mal)
roele 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.

Words with the same origin as rouler

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