bitula-


bitula-
*bitula-, *bitulaz
germ., stark. Maskulinum (a):
nhd. Beißer, Käfer, Gebiss;
ne. biter, beetle, bit (Neutrum);
Rekontruktionsbasis: an., ae., ahd.;
Hinweis: s. *beitan;
Etymologie:
vergleiche idg. *bʰeid-, Verb, spalten, trennen, Pokorny 116;
idg. *bʰeiə-, *bʰei-, *bʰī-, Verb, schlagen, Pokorny 117;
Weiterleben:
an. bit-il-l, bit-ul-l, stark. Maskulinum (a), Gebiss;
Weiterleben:
ae. bi-t-el-a, bit-el, schwach Maskulinum (n), stark. Maskulinum (a), Käfer;
Weiterleben:
s. lat.-ahd.? bicco 1, Substantiv, Käfer;
Literatur: Seebold 97

Germanisches Wörterbuch . 2014.

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