skakan


skakan
*skakan
germ., stark. Verb:
nhd. schütteln, schwingen, enteilen;
ne. shake (Verb), swing (Verb), escape (Verb);
Rekontruktionsbasis: an., ae., afries., as., ahd.;
Etymologie:
s. ing. *skek-, *kek-, *skeg-, Verb, Substantiv, springen, bewegen, Bewegung, Pokorny 922;
Weiterleben:
an. skak-a, stark. Verb (6), schwingen, schütteln;
Weiterleben:
ae. sceac-an, scac-an, stark. Verb (6), schütteln, erschüttern, gehen, gleiten, fortgehen;
Weiterleben:
afries. skek-a 3, stark. Verb (6), fortlaufen;
nfries. schaekjen, Verb, fortlaufen;
Weiterleben:
as. s-kak-an* 1, stark. Verb (6), weggehen;
Weiterleben:
s. as. mō-d-s-kak-i* 1, stark. Femininum (ī), unstete Gesinnung;
Weiterleben:
s. ahd. undiskahhōn* 1, undiscachōn*, schwach. Verb (2), auf den Wellen schweifen;
Weiterleben:
vergleiche ahd. muotskahhī* 1, muotscachī*, stark. Femininum (ī), unstete Gesinnung, ausschweifende Phantasie;
Literatur: Falk\/Torp 447, Seebold 404

Germanisches Wörterbuch . 2014.

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