regering etymology

Dutch word regering comes from Dutch -ing, Dutch regeren

Detailed word origin of regering

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-ing Dutch (nld) (no longer productive) Forms nouns for a person originating from a place or family. Creates action nouns referring to the performance of a verb, or the result thereof.
regeren Dutch (nld) (transitive, archaic) to control, to conduct, to direct, to govern. (transitive, intransitive) to rule, reign, govern.
regering Dutch (nld) (legal) A government, a governing council: especially the executive branch of government. The act of governing, ruling a state or similar political entity. The rule, reign of a prince etc.

Words with the same origin as regering

Descendants of -ing
bedoeling bemanning bescherming beslissing beveiliging beweging ervaring leiding mening omgeving ontmoeting oplossing overwinning poging rekening richting verandering verdediging verdieping vergadering vergissing verklaring vertaling waarschuwing
Descendants of regeren
burgerregering interim-regering regeerakkoord regeerzucht regeringscoalitie regeringsduur regeringsleider regeringsperiode