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1. Etymology of the English word race

the English word race
derived from the Old French word race
derived from the Old Italian word razza
derived from the Old Norse word ras
derived from the Proto-Germanic root *ræs-

Derivations in English

footrace, headrace, millrace, outrace, racecar, racecourse, racehorse, racer, racerunner, raceway, tailrace, raceabout, racy, racing, raced

Cognates

Catalan raja, Dutch ras, English rash, English ray, English arras, French race, French raie, German rasch, German Rasch, German Rasse, Italian razza, Lithuanian rase, Norwegian rase, Polish rasa, Portuguese raça, Provençal raza, Provençal rega, Russian paca, Spanish raza, Spanish raya, Swedish ras

Usage

Word found in Modern English

2. Etymology of the English word race

derived from the English word race
derived from the French word race
derived from the Old Italian word razza

Derivations in English

racial, racy, superrace

Usage

Word found in Modern English

3. Etymology of the English word race

derived from the English word race
derived from the Old French word rais
derived from the Late Latin word radix (root; root; base; square-root)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *wrad-
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *wrād-

Usage

Word found in Modern English



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