knawa-


knawa-
*knawa-, *knawaz
germ., Adjektiv:
nhd. tüchtig, tapfer;
ne. brave (Adjektiv);
Rekontruktionsbasis: got., an.;
Etymologie:
vergleiche idg. *g̑en- (2), *g̑enə-, *g̑nē-, *g̑nō-, *g̑enh₃-, *g̑neh₃-, *g̑noh₃-, *g̑n̥h₃-, Verb, erkennen, kennen, Pokorny 376;
Weiterleben:
got. *kna-wan-a 1, krimgot. knauen, Adjektiv (a), gut (, Lehmann K27);
Weiterleben:
an. knā-r, Adjektiv, stark, tüchtig;
Literatur: Heidermanns 337

Germanisches Wörterbuch . 2014.

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