bandwō-


bandwō-
*bandwō-, *bandwōn
germ.?, schwach. Femininum (n):
nhd. Zeichen;
ne. sign (Neutrum);
Rekontruktionsbasis: got., (frz.);
Etymologie:
vergleiche idg. *bʰā- (1), Verb, glänzen, leuchten, scheinen, Pokorny 104;
Weiterleben:
got. ba-nd-w-ō 2, schwach. Femininum (n), Zeichen, verabredetes Zeichen;
Weiterleben:
got. ba-nd-w-a* 1, stark. Femininum (wō), Zeichen (, Lehmann B22);
Weiterleben:
frz. banière, Femininum, Heerfahne;
mhd. baniere, stark. Femininum, stark. Neutrum, Banner;
an. banel, stark. Neutrum (a), Banner, Fahne;
Weiterleben:
frz. banière, Femininum, Heerfahne;
mhd. baniere, stark. Femininum, stark. Neutrum, Banner;
nhd. Banner, Neutrum, Banner;
Literatur: Falk\/Torp 256, Kluge s. u. Banner

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