To stick, fix.
a. dike1, ditch, from Old English dīc, trench, moat;
b. dig, from Middle English diggen, to dig, from a source perhaps akin to Old French digue, trench. Both a and b from Germanic *dīk-.
2. fibula, fichu, finca, fishgig, fix, fixate, fixity, fixture; affix, antefix, crucify, infibulate, infix, microfiche, prefix, suffix, transfix, from Latin fīgere, to fasten, fix, and from fībula, clasp (shortened from *fīvibula, from fīvere, archaic variant of fīgere).
[Pokorny dhēigᵘ̯- 243.]

* * *

Universalium. 2010.

Поможем написать курсовую

Look at other dictionaries:

  • dhig — धिग् …   Indonesian dictionary

  • dhig-daṇḍa — धिग्दण्ड …   Indonesian dictionary

  • dhig-vāda — धिग्वाद …   Indonesian dictionary

  • dhēigʷ- : dhōigʷ- : dhīgʷ- —     dhēigʷ : dhōigʷ : dhīgʷ     English meaning: to stick, plant     Deutsche Übersetzung: ‘stechen, stecken, festsetzen”     Material: Lat. fīgō, ere “to fix, fasten, make fast, attach, affix; esp. with oculos, to fix the gaze; to thrust home a… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • Dyke, Moray — Dyke (Scottish Gaelic: Dìg) is a small village located near Forres. It is situated near to Culbin Forest and the village also has its own primary school. The parish was known in Gaelic as Sgìre Dhìg . Coordinates: 57°36′14″N 3°41′33″W /  …   Wikipedia

  • dheiĝh- —     dheiĝh     English meaning: to knead clay; to build     Deutsche Übersetzung: “Lehm kneten and damit mauern or bestreichen (Mauer, Wall; Töpferei; dann also von anderweitigem Bilden); also vom Teigkneten (Bäckerei)”     Note: s. to… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”