sund etymology

Dutch word sund comes from Proto-Indo-European *h₁sóntih₂, Proto-Germanic *sundijō, and later Proto-Germanic *sundī (Something that should not be; sin, crime.)

Detailed word origin of sund

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*h₁sóntih₂ Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*sundijō Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
*sundī Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Something that should not be; sin, crime.
sunda Old Dutch (odt)
sonde Middle Dutch (dum) Sin, transgression.
zonde Dutch (nld) (religion, chiefly, Christianity) sin; sinfulness (state of alienation from God or any other deity caused by such offences). Shame; pity; waste (something regrettable for other than moral reasons). Sin (offence against moral and/or divine law).
sund Dutch (nld) Pity, a shame.

Words with the same origin as sund

Descendants of *h₁sóntih₂
hoofdzonde zondaar zonde zondig