à poeng med
à + poeng + med, first part from French à (“to, on, in”), from Middle French [Term?], from Old French a (“to, towards, belonging to”), from Latin ad (“to, towards, up to, at”), from Proto-Italic *ad (“toward, to, on, up to, for”), from Proto-Indo-European *h₂éd (“to, at”). Middle part from French point (“point, full stop, period, stitch pattern”), from Middle French poinct (“point”), from Old French point (“sting, prick, dot, moment”), from Latin punctum (“point, moment, puncture”), neuter form of pūnctus (“pricked, marked, stung, troubled”), perfect passive participle of pungō (“I prick, puncture, sting”), from Proto-Italic *pungō (“to prick, sting”), from Proto-Indo-European *pewǵ- (“punch, prick, poke, stab”). Last part from Old Norse með (“with, along with”), from Proto-Germanic *midi (“with, by, through; along, together”), from Proto-Indo-European *meth₂, from *me (“in the middle of, near, by, around, with”).
- (sports) same score as
- 1964, Aftenposten:
- Frigg kan komme à poeng med Lyn i kveld
- Frigg can get the same score as Lyn tonight
- “à poeng med” in Det Norske Akademis ordbok (NAOB).