superflu etymology

French word superflu comes from Latin fluo (I am soaked in. I flow, stream, pour.), Latin super

Detailed word origin of superflu

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
fluo Latin (lat) I am soaked in. I flow, stream, pour.
super Latin (lat) Accusative [of measure] above, beyond, over, in addition to. Accusative [of place] above, beyond. Accusative [of place] above, on the top of, upon.
superfluo Latin (lat) (intransitive) I run over, overflow. (intransitive, figuratively) I am superabundant, superabound; I am superfluous.. (transitive) I flow by or past.
superfluus Latin (lat) (figuratively) superfluous, unnecessary. (figuratively) that is left over, remaining. Running over, overflowing.
superflu French (fra) Superfluous.

Words with the same origin as superflu

Descendants of fluo
Trifluvien affluent effluve fleuve fluage fluctuant fluctuation fluctuer fluer fluvial flux influence influençable
Descendants of super
assurance assurer consommateur consommation consommé sommation somme soprano soubrette sourcil souverain suprématie suprême supérieur supériorité sur surnaturel surtout surveiller survie survivant survivre survoler sûr sûreté