gremman


gremman
*gremman
germ., stark.? Verb:
nhd. grimmen, grimmig sein ( Verb), toben, wüten, zürnen;
ne. rage (Verb), be (Verb) angry;
Rekontruktionsbasis: got., ae., as., ahd.;
Hinweis: s. *gremma-;
Etymologie:
s. ing. *gʰrem- (2), Verb, tönen, donnern, grollen, Pokorny 458;
Weiterleben:
got. *grim-m-an?, schwach. Verb (3), ergrimmen, zürnen;
Weiterleben:
ae. grim-m-an, stark. Verb (3a), rasen, wüten;
Weiterleben:
as. grim-m-an 2, stark. Verb (3a), wüten;
mnd. grimmen, stark. Verb, zürnen, wütend sein (Verb), keifen;
Weiterleben:
ahd. grimman* 2?, stark. Verb (3a), rasen, wüten, toben;
mhd. grimmen, stark. Verb, tobend lärmen, brüllen, zürnen, wüten;
s. nhd. (älter) grimmen, schwach. Verb, grimmen, DW 9, 354;
Literatur: Falk\/Torp 142, Seebold 239

Germanisches Wörterbuch . 2014.

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