Other Word Forms of Noise
Origin of Noise
From Middle English, from Old French noise (“a dispute, wrangle, strife, noise"); origin uncertain; according to some, from Latin nausea (“disgust, nausea"); according to others, from Latin noxia (“hurt, harm, damage, injury"); but neither explanation is satisfactory in regard to either form or sense.
Middle English from Old French perhaps from Vulgar Latin nausea discomfort from Latin nausea seasickness nausea
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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