spellōn


spellōn
*spellōn
germ., schwach. Verb:
nhd. verkünden, erzählen;
ne. announce, tell;
Rekontruktionsbasis: got., an., ae., afries., ahd.;
Etymologie:
idg. *spel- (1), *pel- (8), Verb, sprechen, Pokorny 985;
Weiterleben:
got. spil-l-ōn* 6, schwach. Verb (2), künden, verkünden, erzählen;
Weiterleben:
an. spjal-l-a (1), schwach. Verb (2), reden, sich unterhalten (Verb);
Weiterleben:
ae. spel-l-ian, schwach. Verb (2), sprechen, erzählen, verkünden;
Weiterleben:
afries. spil (2), spel (2), Substantiv, Sprengel;
s. nnordfries. sjörspel;
Weiterleben:
s. ahd. gotspellōn* 3, schwach. Verb (2), evangelisieren, Evangelium verkündigen;
Weiterleben:
mhd. spellen, schwach. Verb, erzählen, reden, phantasieren, schwatzen;
Literatur: Falk\/Torp 512

Germanisches Wörterbuch . 2014.

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