stekan


stekan
*stekan, *stikan
germ., stark. Verb:
nhd. stechen;
ne. stitch (Verb);
Rekontruktionsbasis: got., ae., afries., as., ahd.;
Etymologie:
idg. *steig-, *teig-, Verb, Adjektiv, stechen, spitz, Pokorny 1016;
s. ing. *stei-, *tei-, Adjektiv, spitzig, Pokorny 1015;
idg. *stegʰ-, *stengʰ-, Verb, Substantiv, Adjektiv, stechen, Halm, Stange, spitz, steif, Pokorny 1014?;
Weiterleben:
got. *sti-k-an, stark. Verb (5), stechen;
Weiterleben:
? got. stak-s* 2=1, stark. Maskulinum (i), Mal (Neutrum) (2), Wundmal (, Lehmann S133);
Weiterleben:
ae. sto-c (1), stark. Neutrum (a), Ort, Platz (Maskulinum) (1), Kloster;
Weiterleben:
afries. ste-k-a* 3, stark. Verb (5), stechen;
nfries. stecken, Verb, stechen;
Weiterleben:
as. s-te-k-an* 1, stark. Verb (4), stechen;
mnd. steken, stark. Verb, stechen;
Weiterleben:
vergleiche as. s-te-hh-etho 1, schwach Maskulinum (n)?, Stechen;
Weiterleben:
ahd. stehhan* 34, stechan, stark. Verb (4), stechen, erstechen, durchbohren, stecken;
mhd. stëchen, stark. Verb, stechen;
nhd. stechen, stark. Verb, stechen, DW 17, 1222;
Literatur: Falk\/Torp 480, Seebold 467, Kluge s. u. stechen

Germanisches Wörterbuch . 2014.

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