What origin did the word 'coup' come from?
'Coup' is a French origin loan word into English, as I'd say you are aware since you classified the question in 'French to English'. While the word 'coup' in the phrase 'counting coup' is still the same loan word from French as is used in 'coup d'etat', for example, the phrase 'counting coup' is of English origin.
The origin of "radious" is incorrect spelling. The word "radius", however, is or Latin origin.
where did the word sad come from?
The origin of a word indicates the language the word originally came from, or the languages certain parts (such as prefixes and suffixes) come from.
the word came from franks origin
Its origin is Mexico.
Mexico was the origin of where the word Cockroach came from
The word 'bravo' is Italian in origin.
Chanteuse is a word of French origin.
The word is of Sanskrit origin meaning 'peace'
It is a Spanish/South American word meaning 'council', It can mean a group of military officers holding power in a country after a coup.
It is latin in origin.
The word "Mammoth" is beleived to be Russian in origin.
It's of Germanic origin, from the Latin word cattus.
Kiosk comes from Turkey - it is Turkish. "Turkish" is it's language origin. However, "pavilion" is it's word origin.
Yes since they all come from somewhere although the origin is not always known.
Coup d'etat has three syllables: coup-d'e-tat
Lariat is a word from the Spanish origin.
The word "walrus" is of Dutch origin.
From the Old French, 'oignon'.
The word origin is Persian but the French and English got the word from the Turks.
The origin of the word ouch is not known, but the word was first used around 1838.
Its origin is the word 'Borghetto", a borough of medieval Venice where most of Venice's Jews lived.
A military coup or coup d'état.
The word is Persian in origin and came to English through Italian.
The origin in really unknown, probably close to the Norwegian word 'Niggja'
The English word 'coup" comes from the French "coup d'Ã©tat" another meaning of "un coup" is a blow.
Tundra is a Russian word, also a Lappish word, which means elevated wasteland
Well The Word Scotland Has The Origin: The Land Of The Scots
not a country but it was the first nations
The name is Indonesian in origin, assimilated into Dutch.
Thought to be Old French 'garlande', could also be of German origin. Specific origin uncertain
The English word seems to come not from French, but from Portuguese bufalo. The French word for buffalo is "buffle" (masc.) which has the same Latin origin as the Portuguese word.
There are various ways to explain what a coup d'etat might be, but the English word for it is still 'coup d'etat'.
The word is Greek in origin, with "micro" meaning small and "phon" meaning sound.
Hassle is an English word which was not recorded before 1945 but its origin is unknown.
gymnasts come from gymnastics which comes from the greek word "Gymnos" meaning naked
The word is of Latin origin 'Cerealis' from Ceres the Roman Goddess of Agriculture
The word thrash come from the year 1568. It originates from Old English, as a variant of the word thresh.
Origin. If there's a word that is spelled the same until the other has more letters, then the word with less letters is first.
coup d' etat
The new rooster staged a coup in the chicken coop.
The word year is of Old English origin. It derived from the Dutch word, jaar and from the Old English word gear.
orogeny come from the Greek oros meaning 'mountain'
Europe Italy. It means "master".
it origanites from germany the origin before that is unknown
Amen comes from Hebrew meaning, "So be it."
As a food product the origin is Dutch as 'Wafel'
The origin is Italian from caffelatte, espresso and steamed milk