Aimer etymology


French word aimer comes from English gentian, Proto-Indo-European *h₃em-, h₂eh₃m-, Mozarabic amō, and later Italian amaro (Bitter Any of several herbal liqueurs. Bitter, bitterness.)

Etymology of aimer

Detailed word origin of aimer

Dictionary entry Language Definition
gentian English (en) Any of various herbs of the family Gentianaceae found in temperate and mountainous regions with violet or blue flowers.. The dried roots and rhizome of a European gentian, Gentiana lutea, used as a tonic.
*h₃em-, h₂eh₃m- Proto-Indo-European (ine)
amō Mozarabic (mxi)
amo Latin (lat) (with infinitive) to enjoy, be accustomed. I am fond of, like. I am under obligation to; I am obliged to. I love.
amarum Latin (lat)
amaro Italian (it) Bitter Any of several herbal liqueurs. Bitter, bitterness.
aimer Old French (fro)
aimer French (fr) To like (often with bien). To love (usually of a person, otherwise the meaning is closer to like).

Words with the same origin as aimer

Descendants of amō

ami faire