tromperie etymology

French word tromperie comes from French tromper, French -erie

Detailed word origin of tromperie

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
tromper French (fra) (reflexive) to make a mistake. (reflexive, with de) to mix up. (transitive) to cheat on one's significant other. (transitive) to deceive, lead astray, mislead. (transitive) to distract oneself from. (transitive) to trick, dupe.
-erie French (fra) Denoting a shop selling a certain product.. Denoting an object used to perform an action. Denoting an organization specializing in a given field. Denoting nouns describing qualities or properties.
tromperie French (fra) Deception.

Words with the same origin as tromperie

Descendants of tromper
trompe-la-mort
Descendants of -erie
armurerie bijouterie boucherie boulangerie camaraderie carrosserie connerie imprimerie ingénierie lingerie loterie mutinerie paperasserie plaisanterie porcherie pâtisserie quincaillerie raffinerie saloperie scierie tapisserie tricherie tuerie épicerie