The English Language

Borrowed Words From
Frankish

7 Words Listed


Frankish Language Notes

Frankish is an extinct Indo-European language spoken in Central Europe during the 8th century AD.


WordMeaningNotes
chamberlain    
coat    
fiefdom cattle owner  
hose leg covering Used more in the USA (as in 'panty hose').
marshall to look after horses  
skate run fast  
wallop    

[Borrowed Words (Flemish)] [Borrowed Words (French)]

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