resentiment etymology

Romanian word resentiment comes from French sentir, Old French re- (Re- (again; once more).), Old French sentir (To feel (have a feeling). To smell.), German Ressentiment (Resentment.)

Detailed word origin of resentiment

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
sentir French (fra) (intransitive) to smell (to have a certain odor). (reflexive) to feel (in oneself). (reflexive) to show, be felt (of effect, improvement etc.). (transitive) to feel (physical perception). (transitive) to feel, be aware of, be conscious of. (transitive) to have the character, manner, feeling or appearance of; to give a feeling of. (transitive) to smell of, taste of. (transitive) to taste. [...]
re- Old French (fro) Re- (again; once more).
sentir Old French (fro) To feel (have a feeling). To smell.
Ressentiment German (deu) Resentment.
resentir Old French (fro) To smell (detect an odor).
ressentir French (fra) (reflexive, ~ de) to suffer from the effects of. (transitive) to feel.
ressentiment French (fra) Ressentiment, resentment.
resentiment Romanian (ron) Resentment (anger or displeasure felt out of belief that others have engaged in wrongdoing or mistreatment; indignation.).

Words with the same origin as resentiment

Descendants of re-
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