verbroederen etymology

Dutch word verbroederen comes from Dutch broeder, Dutch ver-

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Detailed word origin of verbroederen

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
broeder Dutch (nld) Brooder (dated) brother, male sibling. A certain bread-like dish. Colleague, especially if member of a corporation or other profession-related organisation. Fellow faithful, especially in certain sects, such as the Hussite Moravian Brothers. Friar, member -especially non-priest- of certain ecclesiastical (notably Catholic clerical) groups. Member of a brotherhood, fraternity, order etc.
ver- Dutch (nld) A prefix found as part of surnames, found mainly in the southern Netherlands and in Belgium. To do or to become what the stem (following this prefix) refers to. To move or change in the manner specified by the stem. Used to indicate that the action (referred to by the stem) has a negative connotation (for the direct object of the stem).
verbroederen Dutch (nld) (intransitive, transitive) to unite, to fraternise/fraternize, to bring together.

Words with the same origin as verbroederen

Descendants of broeder
boet broer brus
Descendants of ver-
veranderen verandering verband verbergen verdacht verhalen verhuizen verjaardag verklaren verklaring verkoop verlaten verliefd verloofde vermoorden veroorzaken verpesten verplaatsen verraden verslag verstoppen vertrekken vertrouwen verwachten verwijderen