akarn


akarn
n.
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Old Norse-ensk orðabók. 2013.

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  • Ecker — (vor allem als Buchecker bezeugt und stark vom Niederdeutschen her bestimmt) Sf erw. fach. (11. Jh.), mhd. ackeran, m./n., ahd. ekarn Stammwort. Im Althochdeutschen nur einmal bezeugt (vgl. K. Siewert: Glossenfunde. [Göttingen 1989], 167f.), dann …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • Acorn — A corn, n. [AS. [ae]cern, fr. [ae]cer field, acre; akin to D. aker acorn, Ger. ecker, Icel. akarn, Dan. agern, Goth. akran fruit, akrs field; orig. fruit of the field. See {Acre}.] 1. The fruit of the oak, being an oval nut growing in a woody cup …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Saundaryalahari — The Saundarya Lahari meaning Waves Of Beauty is a famous literary work written by Adi Shankara. Its hundred and three shlokas (verses) eulogize the beauty, grace and munificence of Goddess Parvati / Dakshayani, consort of Shiva.The Saundarya… …   Wikipedia

  • Список праиндоевропейских корней — Для улучшения этой статьи желательно?: Найти и оформить в виде сносок ссылки на авторитетные источники, подтверждающие написанное …   Википедия

  • acorn — acorned, adj. /ay kawrn, ay keuhrn/, n. 1. the typically ovoid fruit or nut of an oak, enclosed at the base by a cupule. 2. a finial or knop, as on a piece of furniture, in the form of an acorn. [bef. 1000; ME acorne (influenced by CORN), r.… …   Universalium

  • acorn — (n.) O.E. æcern nut, common Germanic (Cf. O.N. akarn, Du. aker, Low Ger. ecker acorn, Ger. Ecker, Goth. akran fruit ), originally the mast of any forest tree, and ultimately related (via notion of fruit of the open or unenclosed land ) to O.E.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • acorn — a•corn [[t]ˈeɪ kɔrn, ˈeɪ kərn[/t]] n. pln the typically ovoid fruit or nut of an oak, enclosed at the base by a cupule • Etymology: bef. 1000; ME acorne (influenced by corn I), akern, OE æcern, æcren mast, c. MHG ackeran acorn, ON akarn fruit of… …   From formal English to slang

  • Ecker — »Eichen , Buchenfrucht«, (heute fast nur noch in:) Buchecker: Mhd. ecker‹n›, mnd. eckeren sind Umlautformen für mhd. ackeran, mnd. ackeren »Eichel, Buchel, Eichelmast«, zu denen niederl. aker, engl. acorn, schwed. mdal. akarn »Eichel« und got.… …   Das Herkunftswörterbuch

  • ōg-, ǝg- —     ōg , ǝg     English meaning: to grow; fruit, berries     Deutsche Übersetzung: “wachsen; Frucht, Beere”     Material: Lith. uoga “berry, Kirsche”, Ltv. uôga “berry; blister, bubble, Pocke”; O.C.S. agoda, jagoda “καρπός, fruit”, Russ. jágoda… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • acorn — [ā′kôrn΄] n. [ME akorn < OE æcern, nut, mast of trees; akin to Goth akran, ON akarn < IE base * əg , to grow, fruit: form infl. by assoc. with OE ac, oak + corn, grain] the fruit of the oak tree; an oak nut …   English World dictionary


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