Origin of dermaModern Latin ; from Classical Greek derma, skin ; from Indo-European base an unverified form der-, to skin, flay from source tear
Origin of dermaYiddish derme, plural of darm, gut ; from Middle High German ; from Old High German daram ; from Indo-European an unverified form tormo-s, hole ; from base an unverified form ter-, to rub, bore from source throw, Classical Greek tormos, hole
Origin of dermaGreek, skin; see der- in Indo-European roots.
Origin of dermaPossibly Yiddish gederem, intestines, from Middle High German darm, intestine, from Old High German; see ter&schwa;-1 in Indo-European roots.
or derm– or dermo–
Origin of derma-From Greek derma, skin; see derma1.
Origin of -dermaNew Latin, from Greek derma, skin; see der- in Indo-European roots.
From New Latin, from Ancient Greek δέρμα (derma, “skin, hide”), from δέρω (dero, “to skin, to flay”).