turdam


turdam
s. turda-;

Germanisches Wörterbuch . 2014.

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  • der- — To split, peel, flay; with derivatives referring to skin and leather. 1. tear1, from Old English teran, to tear, from Germanic *teran. 2. tart1, from Old English teart, sharp, severe, from Germanic *ter t . 3. Suffixed zero grade form *dr̥ tom,… …   Universalium

  • turd — [OE] Turd is an ancient word, traceable right back to Indo European *drtom. This was formed from the base *dr , *der ‘flay, tear’ (source also of English tear), and so etymologically denoted that which is ‘separated’ from the body, like flayed… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • turd — (n.) O.E. tord, from P.Gmc. *turdam (Cf. M.Du. torde piece of excrement, O.N. tord yfill, Du. tort wevel dung beetle ), from PIE *drtom, pp. of root *d(e)r flay, tear, thus that which is separated (or torn off) from the body (Cf. SHIT (Cf …   Etymology dictionary

  • turda- — *turda , *turdam germ., stark. Neutrum (a): nhd. Kot, Dreck, Mist; ne. mud, manure; Rekontruktionsbasis: an., ae., ahd.; Etymologie: s. ing. *der (4), Verb …   Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • turd — [OE] Turd is an ancient word, traceable right back to Indo European *drtom. This was formed from the base *dr , *der ‘flay, tear’ (source also of English tear), and so etymologically denoted that which is ‘separated’ from the body, like flayed… …   Word origins


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