hlōþō


hlōþō
*hlōþō
germ., stark. Femininum (ō):
nhd. Haufe, Haufen, Schar ( Femininum) (1);
ne. troop (Neutrum);
Rekontruktionsbasis: ae., afries.?, mhd.;
Etymologie:
s. ing. *kel- (5), Verb, treiben, antreiben, Pokorny 548?;
oder zu idg. *klā-, Verb, hinlegen, darauflegen, Pokorny 599?;
Weiterleben:
ae. hlō-þ (1), stark. Femininum (ō), Trupp, Schar (Femininum) (1), Bande (Femininum) (1), Gesellschaft;
Weiterleben:
? afries. hlō-th 1, hlō-th-e?, Femininum?, Schar (Femininum) (1), Menge;
Weiterleben:
mhd. luot (2), stark. Femininum, Last, Masse, Menge, Schar (Femininum), Rotte (Femininum);
Literatur: Falk\/Torp 110

Germanisches Wörterbuch . 2014.

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