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Etymology of the French word imbattable

the French word imbattable
using the Old French prefix im-
derived from the French word battable
derived from the French word battre
derived from the Old French word batre
derived from the Latin word battere (pound, beat, hit)
derived from the Latin word battuere (pound, beat hit, strike)
using the Proto-Indo-European prefix bhau- (to hit)

Date

The earliest known usage of imbattable in French dates from the 19th century.

Derivations in other languages

Romanian imbatabil



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