French Etymology and Origins

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By Ngoc Anh

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2018-11-08
  • Current Version: 1.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 170.71 MB
  • Developer: Ngoc Anh

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French Etymology and Origins for PC Description

This app provides a dictionary of French etymology With more than 34300 entries this is the most authoritative and comprehensive dictionary of French etymology. It is an important etymological resource for linguistic experts, it is also a useful reference for anyone who is interested in French language ■ Etymology - Over 34300 entries including words, names, prefixes, suffixes, roots. - Entries are divided into categories ■ Entry - Detailed etymology and origin - Pronunciation - Detailed meaning - Alternative forms - Derived terms - Related terms - Descendants - Conjugation - etc ■ Categories - Entries are divided into categories - Terms derived from Ancient Greek - Terms derived from Germanic languages - Terms derived from Latin - Terms derived from Old French - Terms derived from Old English - Terms derived from Proto-Indo-European - Terms derived from Hebrew - etc ■ Parts of Speech - Entries are divided into parts of speech - French adjectives, French adverbs, French nouns, French verbs, French pronouns etc. ■ French prefixes and suffixes - French prefixes and derived terms - French suffixes and derived terms ■ French names - etymology and origins of French given names and surnames ■ French keyboard - normal keyboard with additional keys for diacritics and orthographic ligatures: â, ê, î, ô, û, à, è, ù, é, ä, ö, ë, ï, ü, ÿ, ç, æ and œ ■ other features: - search feature - translation - pronunciation - bookmark feature - built-in dictionary - cross reference ■ References: - An Etymological Dictionary of the French Language: Crowned by the French Academy, George William Kitchin and Auguste Brachet - The French Language: A Complete Compendium Of Its History And Etymology, E. Roubaud - A Latin Dictionary, Charlton T. Lewis and Charles Short - The Digitized Treasury of the French Language - and many more ■ If you want to contact us, please use the feedback feature in the settings

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