dooddoener etymology

Dutch word dooddoener comes from Dutch dood (Death (colloquial, Flemish) A lot. Dead.), Dutch doet, Dutch -er

Detailed word origin of dooddoener

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
dood Dutch (nld) Death (colloquial, Flemish) A lot. Dead.
doet Dutch (nld)
-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.
dooddoener Dutch (nld) Debate stopper, invalid argument.

Words with the same origin as dooddoener

Descendants of dood
doden doder
Descendants of -er
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