ambrozijn etymology

Dutch word ambrozijn comes from Ancient Greek βροτός, Proto-Indo-European *n̥- (Not, un-.), Proto-Indo-European *mr̥twós, Ancient Greek ἀμβροσίᾱ

Detailed word origin of ambrozijn

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
βροτός Ancient Greek (grc)
*n̥- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) Not, un-.
*mr̥twós Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
ἀμβροσίᾱ Ancient Greek (grc)
ἀ- Ancient Greek (grc)
*n̥mr̥tós Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) Immortal.
ἄμβροτος Ancient Greek (grc)
ἀμβροσία Ancient Greek (grc)
ambrosia Latin (lat) An antidote to a poison.. The food of the gods; ambrosia.. The plant, artemisia, of the genus Artemisia.. The unguent of the gods.
ambrozijn Dutch (nld) (Greek mythology, Roman mythology) ambrosia (divine sustenance). (figurative) outstanding food, delicacy.

Words with the same origin as ambrozijn

Descendants of *n̥-
a- an- anekdote anomie aoristus illusie immoleren impetigo importeren impuls indicativus inschrijven inschrijving inscriptie insect invers on- ongelijk ongewis onhoud onmacht
Descendants of *mr̥twós
mortuarium