The root word for old is actually old because old is the root word for many words such as:older,oldest,elder etc. Old as no prefixes or suffixes that is why it is its own root word
The African Luhya word for the English word 'old' is Eshikoofu".
yes old is a descriptive word like he is an old tiger
The Spanish word for "old" is "viejo".
yuletide is a old word that was used for christmas
An old word for a pilot of an aircraft is aviator.
gold has the word old in itGold. It has the word "old" in it
Thought to be old Dutch 'ezel'. There is an old German word 'esel' and a similar word in old English
it derives from the Old English word 'beste or betst' The old Dutch word is 'best'. Old High German is 'Bezzist' and Old Norse Bezt
In the King James version the word - father - appears 660 times in the Old Testament the word - father's - appears 130 times in the Old Testament the word - fatherless - appears 42 times in the Old Testament the word - fathers - appears 485 times in the Old Testament the word - fathers' - appears 10 times in the Old Testament
old fashioned word for saILOR
Yuletide is an old word for Christmas.
Another word for not old is young.
Yes, the word 'thus' has Old English origins.
what is the old word for atomic number 7
No, the word old is an adjective, not a participle.
The word year is of Old English origin. It derived from the Dutch word, jaar and from the Old English word gear.
The noun 'old' is a concrete noun as a word for people who are old in general (enjoyed by young and old); a word for physical people.The noun 'old' is an abstract noun as a word for an earlier time (days of old); a word for a concept.The word 'old' is also an adjective: old, older, oldest.
There is an Old English word Petersilie, an Old French word Peresil all derived from a Latin word Peterosellnum and a Greek word Petroselinon
When people think of the word old they normally think of frail people. They may also think the word old means out of style.
The old English word was Swellen meaning to grow or make bigger, related to an old Norse word Svella and a German word Schwellen.
The word gall comes from the Old English word galla. This comes from the Old German word Galle which means bile.
The old fashioned word is a dame.
The noun 'old' is an abstract noun as a word for an earlier time (days of old); a word for a concept.The noun 'old' is a concrete noun as a word for people who are old in general (enjoyed by young and old); a word for physical people.The word 'old' is also an adjective: old, older, oldest.
The word stems from the Old English 'hrof'. The Old Dutch word was 'roef' and the Old Norse 'hrof' (the same as the Old English)