sagesse etymology

French word sagesse comes from French sage, French -esse

Detailed word origin of sagesse

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
sage French (fra) A person who is prudent, cautious, and judicious. A sage (person) (of a, child) Good, well-behaved, not naughty. (of a, person) wise: prudent, cautious, and judicious. (of a, woman) Chaste, modest, irreproachable in conduct.
-esse French (fra) -ess (female form) Used to form nouns describing the condition of being something (-ness, -ity, etc.).
sagesse French (fra) Foresight. Prudence. Wisdom, reason, sense.

Words with the same origin as sagesse

Descendants of sage
Descendants of -esse
Suissesse allégresse bassesse comtesse déesse délicatesse gentillesse gonzesse grossesse ivresse jeunesse justesse négresse poétesse princesse prêtresse richesse seigneuresse souplesse tendresse tigresse vieillesse vitesse ânesse