skellan


skellan
*skellan
germ., stark. Verb:
nhd. schallen;
ne. ring (Verb);
Rekontruktionsbasis: an., ae.,-anfrk., ahd.;
Etymologie:
idg. *skel-, Verb, schallen, klingen, Pokorny 550;
s. ing. *kel- (6), *kelē-, *klē-, *kelā-, *klā-, *kl̥-, Verb, rufen, schreien, lärmen, klingen, Pokorny 548;
Weiterleben:
an. s-kjal-l-a (1), stark. Verb (3b), tönen, schallen;
Weiterleben:
ae. s-ciel-l-an (1), stark. Verb (3b?), tönen, klingen;
Weiterleben:
anfrk. *s-kel-l-an?, stark. Verb (3b), schallen, tönen;
Weiterleben:
ahd. skellan* 26, scellan*, stark. Verb (3b), schallen, tönen, klingen;
mhd. schëllen, stark. Verb, schallen, tönen, lärmen;
s. nhd. schellen, schwach. Verb, schellen, schallen, tönen, ertönen machen, DW 14, 2496;
Literatur: Falk\/Torp 459, Seebold 412, Kluge s. u. Schall, Schelle

Germanisches Wörterbuch . 2014.

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