WORD ORIGIN

Old English, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch woord and German Wort, from an Indo-European root shared by Latin verbum (‘word’)—the source also of verb (Late Middle English), proverb (Middle English) with the ‘pro’ here having the sense ‘put forth’, verbal (Late Middle English), etc.

-word is also a combining form that denotes a slang word, or one that may be offensive or have a negative connotation, specified by the word’s first letter, as in C-word, F-word, L-word, N-word.

afterword,  buzzword,  byword,  catchword,  crossword,  C-word,  foreword,  F-word,  headword,  keyword,  loanword,  multi-word,  non-word,  password,  password-protected,  reword(ed/ing),  stopword,  watchword,  well-worded,  wh-word,  wordbook,  worded,  wordfinder,  word-for-word,  wordiness,  wording,  wordless, wordlessly,  wordlist,  word-of-mouth,  word-perfect,  wordplay,  word-process,  wordsmith,  wordy
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