strakkjan


strakkjan
*strakkjan
germ., schwach. Verb:
nhd. strecken;
ne. stretch (Verb);
Rekontruktionsbasis: ae., afries., mnd., ahd.;
Etymologie:
s. ing. *streg-, *treg-, Adjektiv, Substantiv, Verb, starr, steif, Stengel, stolpern, fallen, stolzieren, Pokorny 1023;
vergleiche idg. *ster- (1), *ter- (7), *sterə-, *terə-, *strē-, *trē-, *sterh₁-, *terh₁-, Adjektiv, Substantiv, Verb, starr, steif, Stengel, Stängel, starren, stolpern, fallen, stolzieren, Pokorny 1022;
Weiterleben:
ae. strė-c-c-an, schwach. Verb (1), strecken, ausbreiten, niederwerfen, reichen;
Weiterleben:
afries. stre-k-k-a 1, stri-k-k-a, schwach. Verb (1), sich erstrecken;
Weiterleben:
mnd. strecken, schwach. Verb, ausbreiten, dehnen;
Weiterleben:
ahd. strekken* 7, strecken*, schwach. Verb (1a), strecken, ausstrecken, hinstrecken, sich erstrecken;
mhd. strecken, schwach. Verb, gerade machen, ausdehnen, strecken;
nhd. strecken, schwach. Verb, strecken, DW 19, 1100;
Literatur: Falk\/Torp 497, Heidermanns 559

Germanisches Wörterbuch . 2014.

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  • stretch — [OE] Stretch comes from a prehistoric West Germanic *strakkjan (source also of German strecken and Dutch strekken). This was formed from a base *strak , which probably also produced English straggle [14]. It is not certain where *strak came from …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • stretch — [OE] Stretch comes from a prehistoric West Germanic *strakkjan (source also of German strecken and Dutch strekken). This was formed from a base *strak , which probably also produced English straggle [14]. It is not certain where *strak came from …   Word origins


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