volharden etymology

Dutch word volharden comes from Dutch hard, Dutch vol-

Detailed word origin of volharden

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
hard Dutch (nld) (economics) (of a currency) strong, not easily devalued. (emotion) heartless, unsympathetic. (magnitude) harsh, heavy. (objects) hard, strong. (sound) loud. (water) hard, rich in calcium. Hard, difficult. Unquestionable, uncontestable (noise) loudly. (speed) fast, swiftly. Very.
vol- Dutch (nld)
volharden Dutch (nld) To hold on to, persevere.

Words with the same origin as volharden

Descendants of vol-
voldoen volmaakt volmaken