treillis etymology

French word treillis comes from Latin licium, and later Latin trilix (Having triple thread.)

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Detailed word origin of treillis

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
licium Latin (lat) Loop in the texture woven, through which the basic fabric is pulled. Thread. Thrum, leash.
trilix Latin (lat) Having triple thread.
treillis French (fra) (military) fatigues. Canvas.

Words with the same origin as treillis

Descendants of licium
lice lisse