rudoyer etymology

French word rudoyer comes from French -oyer, French rude

Detailed word origin of rudoyer

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-oyer French (fra) A suffix used to form some verbs, often with factitive effect.
rude French (fra) (informal) formidable, fearsome. Crude, unpolished. Hardy, tough, rugged. Rough, harsh. Tough, hard; severe.
rudoyer French (fra) (transitive) to humble (violently). (transitive) to treat harshly, mistreat.

Words with the same origin as rudoyer

Descendants of -oyer
apitoyer charroyage charroyer chatoyer coudoiement coudoyer flamboyer foudroyant foudroyer jointoyer louvoyer poudroyer rougeoyer tutoyer verdoyer