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Etymology of the English word pope

the English word pope
derived from the English word papa
derived from the French word papa
derived from the Latin word pappus (woolly seed of certain plants)
derived from the Greek word pappos
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *papa
derived from the Late Latin word papa
derived from the Greek word pappas, πάππας, παππᾶς
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *papa
derived from the Greek word papas, παπᾶς, παπάς

Derivations in English

popery, popish, popedom

Cognates

Dutch paus, French pape, German Papst, Icelandic pafí, Italian papa, Latin papa, Lithuanian popiežius, Polish papież, Russian пaпa, Swedish pove

Usage

Word found in Modern English



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