rekenfout etymology

Dutch word rekenfout comes from Dutch rekenen, Dutch fout

Detailed word origin of rekenfout

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
rekenen Dutch (nld) (intransitive) to calculate, to do arithmetic. (intransitive) to rely [+ op (on)], to depend [+ op (on)]. (transitive) to charge, to determine or request a payment. (transitive) to count [+ tot (as (belonging to))] [+ als (as)], to consider (something) an example [+ tot (of)]. (transitive, intransitive) to appraise, to reckon, to evaluate.
fout Dutch (nld) Error. Mistake (colloquial) unfashionable, cheesy, inappropriate. Active in or collaborating with far-right movements, especially Nazism. Wrong.
rekenfout Dutch (nld) Miscalculation.

Words with the same origin as rekenfout

Descendants of rekenen
misrekening ontoerekenbaar rekenaar rekening rekenkunde rekenmachine rekentoestel stroomrekening toerekenbaar