transmuer etymology

French word transmuer comes from Proto-Indo-European *mu-

Detailed word origin of transmuer

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*mu- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
moveo Latin (lat) (of plants) I put forth. I arouse, excite, promote, produce. I begin, commence, undertake. I disturb, shake, remove. I excite, inspire. I exert, exercise. I move, stir, set in motion. I present or offer (an oblation or gift). I trouble, concern, torment (someone).
muto Latin (lat) I alter, change, modify, transform. I exchange, barter, sell. I forsake. I move, remove. I mutate, spoil. I vary, diversify.
muer French (fra) (of a teenager voice) to break. To change, to mutate. To moult/molt.
transmutare Latin (lat)
transmuer French (fra) (transitive) to transmute.

Words with the same origin as transmuer

Descendants of *mu-
emprunter immuable meuble mobile moite moment mondain monde moteur motion mouche moule mousquet mousse moustique moutarde mouvement muet mutation muter mutuel mutuelle mutuellement remuer émeute