dheubh-

dheubh-
See dheub-.

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  • dheubh-, dhubh- —     dheubh , dhubh     English meaning: spike, wedge     Deutsche Übersetzung: “Pflock, Keil; schlagen”?     Note: uncertain, because almost only Gmc.     Material: Gk. τύφοι σφῆνες Hes. diminutive M.H.G. tũbel, M.L.G. dövel “clot, chunk, peg,… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • dheub- — Also dheubh . Deep, hollow. 1. deep, depth, from Old English dēop, deep, from Germanic *deupaz. 2. dip, from Old English dyppan, to immerse, dip, from Germanic expressive denominative *duppjan. 3. Parallel root form …   Universalium

  • dheu-4, dheu̯ǝ- (dhu̯ē-, extended dhuē̯ -k-, dhuē̯ -̆ s-) —     dheu 4, dheu̯ǝ (dhu̯ē , extended dhuē̯ k , dhuē̯ ̆ s )     English meaning: to reel, dissipate, blow, *smoke, dark, gray, deep etc.     Deutsche Übersetzung: ‘stieben, wirbeln, especially von Staub, Rauch, Dampf; wehen, blow, Hauch, Atem;… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • Proto-Indo-European religion — The chariot, as a symbol of social rank and military strength but also mythologically as the sun chariot (Trundholm sun chariot pictured, Nordic Bronze Age, ca. 160 …   Wikipedia

  • Paionian language — language name=Paionian familycolor=Indo European states=Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo, northern Greece, southwestern Bulgaria extinct=probably 1st century BC 2nd century AD iso 2=ine|iso3=xliThe Paionian language is the poorly attested language… …   Wikipedia

  • Idioma peonio — Peonio Hablado en Grecia, Bulgaria, República de Macedonia Región norte de Macedonia, Peonia, Dardania, sudoeste de Tracia Hablantes Lengua muerta Familia …   Wikipedia Español

  • adouber — [ adube ] v. tr. <conjug. : 1> • 1080; frq. °dubban « frapper », parce que le futur chevalier recevait de son parrain un coup sur la nuque 1 ♦ Armer chevalier par la cérémonie de l adoubement. « Quand Bayard adoube François Ier, Tristan et… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • deaf — [OE] Ultimately, deaf and dumb come from the same source, and moreover they are related to a Greek word for ‘blind’. The common denominator ‘sensory or mental impairment’ goes back to an Indo European base *dheubh , which denoted ‘confusion,… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • dumb — [OE] The notion underlying dumb is of ‘sensory or mental impairment’. It goes back to a nasalized version of prehistoric Indo European *dheubh , denoting ‘confusion, stupefaction, or dizziness’, which was also the ultimate source of English deaf …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • deaf — O.E. deaf deaf, also empty, barren, specialized from P.Gmc. *daubaz (Cf. O.S. dof, O.N. daufr, O.Fris. daf, Du. doof deaf, Ger. taub, Goth. daufs deaf, insensate ), from PIE dheubh , which was used to form words meaning confusion, stupefaction,… …   Etymology dictionary

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