bógr


bógr
m. -u-, gen. bógar, dat. bœgi; pl. bœgir, acc. bógu
плечо, лопатка (у животных)

Old Norse-ensk orðabók. 2013.

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  • Luis Bográn — Barahona (* 3. Juni 1849 in Santa Barbara, Departamento Santa Bárbara; † 9. Juli 1895 Guatemala Stadt) war vom 9. Mai 1883 bis 30. November 1891 Präsident von Honduras. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 2 Präsidentschaft 3 Die Konfödera …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • bough — boughless, adj. /bow/, n. a branch of a tree, esp. one of the larger or main branches. [bef. 1000; ME bogh, OE bog, boh shoulder, bough; c. ON bogr, D boeg, G Bug, Gk pêchys, Skt bahu] Syn. 1. See branch. * * * …   Universalium

  • Boerhavia gracillima Heimerl — Symbol BOGR Common Name slimstalk spiderling Botanical Family Nyctaginaceae …   Scientific plant list

  • bough — [OE] Bough is a word of some antiquity, dispersed far and wide throughout the Indo European languages, but it is only in English that it has come to mean ‘branch’. It comes ultimately from an Indo European *bhāghūs; the meaning this had is not… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • Bug — Bug1 Sm Schulterstück von Pferd und Rind; Strebe im Gebälk erw. fach. (9. Jh.), mhd. buoc, ahd. buog Stammwort. Aus g. * bōg(u) m. Arm (vermutlich nur noch in besonderen Verwendungen), auch in anord. bógr, ae. bog. Dieses aus ig. * bhāghu m. Arm… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • Boerhavia gracillima — ID 10534 Symbol Key BOGR Common Name slimstalk spiderling Family Nyctaginaceae Category Dicot Division Magnoliophyta US Nativity Native to U.S. US/NA Plant Yes State Distribution AZ, NM, TX Growth Habit Subshrub, Forb/herb …   USDA Plant Characteristics

  • bough — O.E. bog shoulder, arm, extended O.E. to twig, branch (Cf. LIMB (Cf. limb)), from P.Gmc. *bogaz (Cf. O.N. bogr shoulder, O.H.G. buog, Ger. Bug shoulder, hock, joint ), from PIE *bhagus elbow, forearm (Cf. Skt …   Etymology dictionary

  • bow — {{11}}bow (n.1) weapon for shooting arrows, O.E. boga archery bow, arch, rainbow, from P.Gmc. *bugon (Cf. O.N. bogi, O.Fris. boga, Du. boog, Ger. Bogen bow; see BOW (Cf. bow) (v.)). The sense of a looped knot is from 1540s. The musician s bow… …   Etymology dictionary

  • bhāghu -s —     bhāghu s     English meaning: elbow, arm     Deutsche Übersetzung: “Ellbogen and Unterarm”     Material: O.Ind. bühu ḥ m. “arm, esp. forearm; with animals forefoot “, Av. büzüu š “arm”, gen. büzvō (Arm. bazuk from dem Iran.); Gk. πῆχυς,… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • bough — [OE] Bough is a word of some antiquity, dispersed far and wide throughout the Indo European languages, but it is only in English that it has come to mean ‘branch’. It comes ultimately from an Indo European *bhāghūs; the meaning this had is not… …   Word origins


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