affare etymology

Italian word affare comes from French affaire, Italian fare, Italian a- (Ad- (indication direction) A- (indicating lack or loss).)

Detailed word origin of affare

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
affaire French (fra) (Quebec, informal) thingamajig. (informal) (usually used in the plural) belonging (something physical that is owned). (informal) things; stuff. Affair, business. Deal.
fare Italian (ita) (transitive) to act. (transitive) to do. (transitive) to get someone to be something. (transitive) to make Manner, way.
a- Italian (ita) Ad- (indication direction) A- (indicating lack or loss).
affare Italian (ita) (plural) business. Affair, matter. Deal, bargain. Thing.

Words with the same origin as affare

Descendants of fare
Descendants of a-
abbasso abbraccio accadere addosso aggiornare aggiustare aggiustato ammazzare approfittare arrabbiare assaggiare assaggio assicurare assicurato assicurazione attirare avvicinamento avvicinare avvicinarsi