broeder etymology

Dutch word broeder comes from Dutch -er, Dutch broeden

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Detailed word origin of broeder

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-er Dutch (nld) Forms the comparative form of adjectives. Formings adjectives denoting something originating from a place.. Forms nouns denoting male inhabitants or residents of a place. Forms agent nouns from verbs.. Forms nouns for a person associated with something.
broeden Dutch (nld) (intransitive) to brood (keep an egg warm). (transitive) to breed (especially by birds or oviparous animals).
broeder Dutch (nld) Brooder.

Words with the same origin as broeder

Descendants of -er
aanklager bedrieger bestuurder bewaker dader eerder krijger leider meter oplichter pooier schrijver speler tegenstander trekker verkoper verrader vervanger voorzitter vrijwilliger werknemer wetenschapper zender zwerver
Descendants of broeden
broedsel