*grētan, *græ̅tan
germ., stark. Verb:
nhd. weinen, schreien, heulen;
ne. cry (Verb), howl (Verb);
Rekontruktionsbasis: got., ae., as., mhd.;
idg. *gʰrēd-, Verb, weinen, Pokorny 439;
idg. *gʰer- (1), Verb, rasseln, lärmen, gurgeln, murren, Pokorny 439;
got. grē-t-an 21, reduplizierend abl. Verb (1), weinen, klagen (, Lehmann G106);
ae. græ̅-t-an, stark. Verb?, weinen, klagen, beklagen;
ae. græ̅-d-an, schwach. Verb (1?), schreien, rufen, krähen;
as. grā-t-an* 1, reduplizierend Verb (3), weinen;
mhd. grāzen (1), schwach. Verb, schreien, aufschreien, toben, wüten, sich übermütig gebärden, übermütig sein (Verb);
Literatur: Falk\/Torp 139, Seebold 241

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