Garder etymology


French word garder comes from Proto-Indo-European *were-, French -er (Forms infinitives of first-conjugation verbs.), Norman garde ((Jersey) guard.), Franco-Provençal -ar, Franco-Provençal gouârda, Norman -er

Etymology of garder

Detailed word origin of garder

Dictionary entry Language Definition
*were- Proto-Indo-European (ine)
-er French (fr) Forms infinitives of first-conjugation verbs.
garde Norman (nrf) (Jersey) guard.
-ar Franco-Provençal (frp)
gouârda Franco-Provençal (frp)
-er Norman (nrf) This term needs a translation to English. Please help out and add a translation, then remove the text .
*warduz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Guard.
*wardāną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To guard, protect, watch over.
*wardōn Frankish (frk) To guard, protect, watch over.
garde French (fr) Handle (of a weapon). Protection (act of protecting) Watch, guard.
wardo Latin (lat) (Medieval Latin) I guard. (Medieval Latin) I herd cattle. (Medieval Latin) I ward against.
*ward- Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
*wardon Frankish (frk)
guarder Old French (fro) To look at. To protect; to guard.
garder French (fr) (pronominal) to be careful (de faire not to do). (transitive) to guard. (transitive) to keep; to retain; to store; to save.

Words with the same origin as garder

Descendants of -er

habiller nuit