harig etymology

Dutch word harig comes from Dutch haar, Dutch -ig

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Detailed word origin of harig

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
haar Dutch (nld) (countable) hair (mammalian keratin filament). (uncountable) hair (collection of hairs) Third-person singular, feminine possessive adjective: her (personal) Third-person singular, feminine object pronoun: her (archaic) Third-person plural possessive adjective: their.
-ig Dutch (nld) -ed, having (when attached to a noun preceded by an adjective that describes the noun). -y; forms adjectives from nouns.
harig Dutch (nld) (obsolete) dry and windy. (uncommon) foggy, misty.

Words with the same origin as harig

Descendants of haar
heur kortharig langharig ontharen ontharing roodharig verharen wolharig
Descendants of -ig
aardig afkomstig beschuldigen duizelig eeuwig eeuwigheid gelukkig grappig grondig jarig koppig moedig onschuldig prachtig prettig regelmatig rustig schattig schuldig smerig verstandig voorzichtig wanhopig zielig één