survoler etymology

French word survoler comes from French voler, French sur

Detailed word origin of survoler

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
voler French (fra) (falconry, transitive) to pursue flying. (intransitive) to fly (through the air). (intransitive) to scarper, flee. (transitive) to fly (an aircraft). (transitive) to steal, rob.
sur French (fra) About, concerning. Above. From on top of. In the case of. On top of. On, upon. Out of Sour.
survoler French (fra) (transitive) To fly over. To fly high. To skip through, to browse quickly.

Words with the same origin as survoler

Descendants of voler
au vol vol vol battu vol tactique volatil volet voleur volière