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English

pass + -er

Danish

From German Passer.

French

From Middle French passer, from Old French passer, from Vulgar Latin *passō, *passāre, from Latin passus, past participle of pandō (I stretch, I spread out). Compare Italian passare, Spanish pasar, Portuguese passar.

Ladin

From Vulgar Latin *passō, *passāre, from Latin passus.

Latin

From Proto-Indo-European *p(e)t-tro- (who flies, bird), from *peth₂- (to fly). Related to penna.

Middle French

From Old French passer.

Old French

From Vulgar Latin *passō, *passāre, from Latin passus (a step, pace, footstep, track).