Last modified on 9 April 2015, at 13:03

ac-

EnglishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Old English āc (oak)

PrefixEdit

ac-

  1. Relating to an oak, used in place names.
Usage notesEdit
  • It is not part of the etymology of acorn.

Etymology 2Edit

PronunciationEdit

PrefixEdit

ac-

  1. (rarely productive) To; toward.
Usage notesEdit
  • alternate form of ad-
  • Used when the root word started with a "c", "k", or a "q".

LatinEdit

PrefixEdit

ac-

  1. Alternative form of ad-
    Occurs when ad- is prefixed to a word beginning with the letter c or q (accēdō, acceptō, accessiō, acquiēscō, etc.)