loops etymology

Dutch word loops comes from Dutch -s, Dutch lopen

Detailed word origin of loops

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-s Dutch (nld) Used to form adjectives of characteristic from nouns.. Used to form adjectives or language names from names of nations or countries. (obsolete, except in fixed expressions) Used to form the genitive case of (strong) masculine and neuter nouns.. Used to form adverbs. Used to form the genitive case of proper nouns and some pronouns.. Used to form the partitive form of the adjective Used to [...]
lopen Dutch (nld) A dry measure of content. An apparently larger land measure (auxiliary, with te) Forms a continuous aspect. Although it carries an implication of walking, this is vague and not emphasized.. (intransitive) to be open, current, activated. (intransitive) to lose liquid: drip, gush, leak. (intransitive, chiefly, Belgium) to run, cover distance, follow a track etc.. (intransitive, chiefly, [...]
loops Dutch (nld) (of dogs) in heat/on heat.

Words with the same origin as loops

Descendants of -s
Guatemalteeks aards buitenaards buitenlands buitentijds daarstraks dolletjes doods doordeweeks duivels eventjes heidens hels hemels immers kinds lichtjes netjes straks welletjes winters zachtjes zoetjes zomers
Descendants of lopen
loopband loopfiets loopgraaf loopjongen looppas loopvogel loper overloop overloper uitloper