journaal etymology

Dutch word journaal comes from Proto-Indo-European *dyew-, Latin diu, Proto-Italic *djēm, and later Proto-Italic *djous (Jupiter. Day, sky.)

Detailed word origin of journaal

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*dyew- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) god, sky, sky, sky, heaven
diu Latin (lat) Continually, all day. Long enough. Long, long while, for a long time.
*djēm Proto-Italic (itc-pro)
*djous Proto-Italic (itc-pro) Jupiter. Day, sky.
diovos Latin (lat)
diem Latin (lat)
diurnus Latin (lat) Daily. Of the day Day (medieval Latin only).
diurnalis Latin (lat) Diurnal (of the day; that takes place during the day).
journal Old French (fro) Daily.
journal French (fra) That is relative to each day; journal. (computing) log. Diary, journal. Newsbreak. Newspaper. Periodical.
journaal Dutch (nld) A TV news program. A logbook of a ship. A notebook for accounting.

Words with the same origin as journaal

Descendants of *dyew-
Jupiter Zeus donderdag journaille vrijdag woensdag zaterdag zondag