Krant etymology


Dutch word krant comes from Latin crescendum, Proto-Indo-European *kers-, and later Proto-Italic *korzō (To run.)

Etymology of krant

Detailed word origin of krant

Dictionary entry Language Definition
crescendum Latin (lat)
*kers- Proto-Indo-European (ine)
*kor- Proto-Indo-European (ine)
sincerus Latin (lat) Clean, pure, sound.. Genuine, sincere.. Real, natural.. Uninjured, whole.
currendus Latin (lat)
*ḱers- Proto-Indo-European (ine) to run
*korzō Proto-Italic (itc-pro) To run.
currentis Latin (lat)
corre Old French (fro) (of a horse) to gallop. To run. To travel in general.
corant Old French (fro) Running; in the process of running.
courant French (fr) (language skills) fluent. Common. Current, present Current (of water, electricity, thought etc).
courant Dutch (nl) (archaic) ; newspaper. Currency Current, prevalent, standard.
krant Dutch (nl) Newspaper.