zondaar etymology

Dutch word zondaar comes from Dutch zonde, Dutch -aar

Detailed word origin of zondaar

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
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).
-aar Dutch (nld) Someone who practices the action signified by the verb, the stem of which the suffix has been appended onto. Something with which one can implement the action signified by the verb, the stem of which the suffix has been appended onto. Tree of a particular type, appended to nouns denoting trees or the products or parts of trees.
zondaar Dutch (nld) Sinner.

Words with the same origin as zondaar

Descendants of zonde
sund zondig
Descendants of -aar
ambtenaar bedelaar dienaar eigenaar goochelaar handelaar huurmoordenaar kluizenaar kunstenaar leraar leugenaar luisteraar martelaar moordenaar ontwikkelaar schakelaar smokkelaar tekenaar tovenaar tovenares tovenarij verzamelaar weduwnaar winnaar