Secunt etymology

Old French

Old French word secunt comes from Latin sequor ((with accusative) I follow, come or go after.)

Etymology of secunt

Detailed word origin of secunt

Dictionary entry Language Definition
sequor Latin (lat) (with accusative) I follow, come or go after.
*sekʷōr Proto-Italic (itc-pro) Follow, come/go after.
*sékʷetor Proto-Indo-European (ine) To be following.
*sekʷ- Proto-Indo-European (ine) to follow  , to say, to accompany, to follow, to see, notice, to follow, accompany, to see
*sekʷonts Proto-Italic (itc-pro)
*sekʷontinos Proto-Italic (itc-pro) Following, second.
secundus Latin (lat) (ordinal) second, the ordinal number after and before (military) fortunate, lucky, victorious, successful (of battle--secundis proeliis). (nautical) favourable, fair (of weather, seas). Next, following. Second. Secondary. Subordinate.
segont Old French (fro)