seuil etymology

French word seuil comes from Latin solum, Latin solea (Sandal; sole of a shoe.)

Detailed word origin of seuil

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
solum Latin (lat) (by extension) land, country, region, place. Bottom, ground, base, foundation, bed. Floor, pavement. Ground, earth, land, soil. Sole (of the foot) Only, just, barely, merely.
solea Latin (lat) Sandal; sole of a shoe.
seuil French (fra) (archaic, or, literary) threshold. Doorstep. Level.

Words with the same origin as seuil

Descendants of solum
sol sous-sol
Descendants of solea
sole