rechtszaak etymology

Dutch word rechtszaak comes from Dutch recht, Dutch zaak, Dutch -s- (Genitival interfix used to link elements in some compounds.)

Detailed word origin of rechtszaak

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
recht Dutch (nld) Right (direction). Straight A right, privilege. Jurisprudence, the law. Justice.
zaak Dutch (nld) (legal) case, suit. General term with which one indicates a thing or a concept that is not a person: thing. Matter. Shop, small store, business.
-s- Dutch (nld) Genitival interfix used to link elements in some compounds.
rechtszaak Dutch (nld) (law) lawsuit.

Words with the same origin as rechtszaak

Descendants of zaak
noodzakelijk zakenbank zakencijfer
Descendants of -s-
aantrekkingskracht afstandsbediening doodsbang doodskist doodsoorzaak gerechtshof godsdienst hartstocht hongersnood hooggerechtshof huiszoekingsbevel identiteitsbewijs landingsbaan levensstijl levensverzekering levensvorm meningsuiting niemandsland oorlogsschip oudejaarsavond staatsburger staatssecretaris varkensvlees verlovingsring