transe etymology

French word transe comes from Latin ire, Latin trans-

Detailed word origin of transe

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
ire Latin (lat)
trans- Latin (lat)
transeo Latin (lat) (figuratively) I cease, pass away.. (of time) I pass, elapse.. I go over (to a side or faction). I pass over.. I surpass, exceed.. I traverse, go across.
transir French (fra) (of a cold wind, figuratively) to cut through, to pass through.
transe French (fra) Trance (state of being hypnotized or mesmerized).

Words with the same origin as transe

Descendants of ire
commencer court-circuit court-circuiter initial initier issu recommencer transir
Descendants of trans-
intransitif métraduction traditionnel traduction traductologie traduire traduisible trahir traitre trajet traluire trance tranquille transférer transitivement translation transmettre transmission transmuer transmuter transparent transporter traître