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Etymology of the English word airbrush

the English word airbrush
derived from the English word air
derived from the French word air
derived from the Latin word aer (air; atmosphere, sky)
derived from the Greek word aer, ἀήρ (air; by analogy, to blow); 'air' (as naturally circumambient))
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *wer-
derived from the English word brush
derived from the Old French word broisse
derived from the Old French word broce
derived from the Old French word brosse
derived from the Proto-Germanic root *bruskaz

Usage

Word found in Modern English



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