A Handbook of Germanic Etymology by Vladimir E. Orel

By Vladimir E. Orel

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Dialectal dim. - diminutive ethn. - ethnonym f. - feminine impf. - imperfect indecl. - indeclinable irreg. - irregular m. - masculine mtn. - mountain name n. - neuter part. - participle perf. - perfect ABBREVIATIONS pl. - plural pln. - place name poet. - poetic prep. - preposition prop. - proper name ptcl. - particle refl. - reflexive rvn. - river name sb. - substantive sbst. - substantivized sg. - singular theon. , OHG aba id. (with secondary -a). , Gk épÒ, êpo ‘from’, Alb pa ‘without’, Lat ab ‘from’.

Numerals - Indo-European Numerals. Ed. J. G‘. Berlin-New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 1991 [= Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs LVII. Berlin-New York]. N Head - N, A J. Head and Horn in Indo-European. Berlin-New York: de Gruyter, 1986. NVA - Skrifter und Avhandlinger der Norske Videnskaps Akademi. II. Historisk-filosofisk Klasse. Oslo, 1926–. T. ). The Oxford Dictionary of English Etymology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1978. Orbis - Orbis. Louvain, 1952–. O AED - O, V.

From *a˚nó-. Related to *axjanan. Structurally close to Skt neut. á≤ana- ‘meal’. T-F 8; P I 18; C SGGJa I 106; V ANEW 3. : ON ‡gr ‘kind of fish, carp’. Derivationally close to OIr aicher ‘sharp’, Lith e“er‹s, dial. a“er‹s ‘perch’, Latv asars, asaris id. (M KZ XXIV 466). Further related to IE *a˚- ‘sharp’. TF 23; T BSW 14; P I 20; F 125. , OHG egidehsa id. Compound consisting of *a wi- (from *og⁄hi-, cf. , K apud Z Gutt. 99) and *þaxsjòn derived from *þexsanan.

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