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19 January

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  • French (France)
  • English (US)
Question about France

Hello! Would anyone point me to a good online resource of etymology? I'd like to know how any given French word has evoled.

For example, if I search Google Dictionary for English word "study", I get
"Middle English: shortening of Old French estudie (noun), estudier (verb), both based on Latin studium ‘zeal, painstaking application’."
This gives me some idea about how the word came.
(Unfortunately if I change the language of Google to français and use its dictionary for a French word, there is no etymology part.)
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