falljan


falljan
*falljan
germ., schwach. Verb:
nhd. zu Fall bringen, fällen;
ne. fell (Verb);
Rekontruktionsbasis: an., ae., afries.,-anfrk., as., ahd.;
Etymologie:
idg. *pʰō̆l-, *spʰaln-, Verb, fallen, Pokorny 851;
Weiterleben:
an. fel-l-a (2), schwach. Verb (1), fällen;
Weiterleben:
ae. fiel-l-an, fel-l-an, fyl-l-an (2), schwach. Verb (2), fällen, stürzen, umwerfen, zerstören, töten, besiegen;
Weiterleben:
afries. fal-l-a (2) 13, fel-l-a (3), schwach. Verb (1), fällen, töten, erschlagen (Verb), niederschlagen;
saterl. falla, Verb, fällen;
Weiterleben:
anfrk. fel-l-en* 1, schwach. Verb (1), fällen, vernichten;
Weiterleben:
as. fėl-l-ian 7, schwach. Verb (1a), fällen, zu Fall bringen;
mnd. vellen, schwach. Verb, fällen;
Weiterleben:
ahd. fellen* 8, schwach. Verb (1a), fällen, stürzen, niederwerfen;
mhd. vellen, schwach. Verb, fallen, lassen, zu Fall bringen, fällen, stürzen;
nhd. fällen, schwach. Verb, fällen, fallen machen, DW 3, 1284;
Literatur: Falk\/Torp 238, Seebold 182, Kluge s. u. fällen

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