Albanian etymological dictionary by Vladimir Orel

By Vladimir Orel

This quantity is a brand new compendium of Albanian etymology tracing hundreds of thousands of contemporary Albanian phrases again to their origins. It includes certain details at the Indo-European vocabulary preserved in Albanian in addition to on quite a few loanwords coming from old Greek, Latin, early Romance and Slavic.

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Bulg brbtv'a. 0 CAMARDA I 68 (compares bertas with Gk Ppux&o[tat `to bellow'); MEYER Wb. 470 (to verras), Alb. St. III 38; MACHEK LP V 59-60 (follows CAMARDA); TRUBAeEV ESSJa III 132; cABEJ St. ), Etim. II 213. berthame f, p1. berthama `(fruit) stone'. A compound consisting of berth < birth (with a vocalic shift in the unstressed position) and ame; thus, berth-ame is something like 'mother of the fruit'. Its synonym, berthokel is to be analyzed as a formation with two suffixes -ok- and -Cl of the same root.

Et. ), Swed brind 'deer', Latv briedis 'elk', OPrus braydis id. (MEYER Wh. 48). 0 STIER KZ VII 160 (to bredh `to jump'); PETERSSON apud DEMIRAJ AE 110 (semantic reconstruction: `deer'); BERTOLD IF 37 `eyebrow'). brie f 'caries'. Singularized plural based on *breja further connected with IE *bhrei- `to cut, to shave' (OREL FLH VIII/1-2 46; cABEJ Etim. II 323). brittle f, pl. brima 'hole'. From PAIb *brima, an adjective in *-mo- related to hire (MEYER Wb. 37, Alb. St. III 35). 0 MANN Language XVII 15; CHANTRAINE 1179; cABEJ Etim.

II 337; ROSETTI ILR I 273; cABEJ Etim. II 317-320 (derived from mbrej 'to put on yoke' < *m-ber-enj). bri bri m, pl. bri, brinj, brire - brine 'horn'. , Et. ), Swed brind 'deer', Latv briedis 'elk', OPrus braydis id. (MEYER Wh. 48). 0 STIER KZ VII 160 (to bredh `to jump'); PETERSSON apud DEMIRAJ AE 110 (semantic reconstruction: `deer'); BERTOLD IF 37 `eyebrow'). brie f 'caries'. Singularized plural based on *breja further connected with IE *bhrei- `to cut, to shave' (OREL FLH VIII/1-2 46; cABEJ Etim.

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