daufr


daufr
adj.
глухой

dumbir ok daufir — немые и глухие


Old Norse-ensk orðabók. 2013.

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  • Deaf — (d[e^]f or d[=e]f; 277), a. [OE. def, deaf, deef, AS. de[ a]f; akin to D. doof, G. taub, Icel. daufr, Dan. d[ o]v, Sw. d[ o]f, Goth. daubs, and prob. to E. dumb (the original sense being, dull as applied to one of the senses), and perh. to Gr.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dowf — /dowf, doohf/, adj. Scot. and North Eng. dull; stupid. [1475 85; < ON daufr DEAF, dull] * * * …   Universalium

  • Städtische Musikschule Hamm — Schulform Musikschule Gründung 1940 Ort Hamm …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • deaf — [OE] Ultimately, deaf and dumb come from the same source, and moreover they are related to a Greek word for ‘blind’. The common denominator ‘sensory or mental impairment’ goes back to an Indo European base *dheubh , which denoted ‘confusion,… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • taub — Adj std. (9. Jh., toubēn 8. Jh.), mhd. toub, toup, ahd. toub, mndd. dōf, mndl. doof Stammwort. Aus g. * dauba Adj. taub, gehörlos , auch in gt. daufs, anord. daufr, ae. dēaf, afr. dāf. Außergermanisch vergleicht sich gr. typhlós blind (und… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • deaf — O.E. deaf deaf, also empty, barren, specialized from P.Gmc. *daubaz (Cf. O.S. dof, O.N. daufr, O.Fris. daf, Du. doof deaf, Ger. taub, Goth. daufs deaf, insensate ), from PIE dheubh , which was used to form words meaning confusion, stupefaction,… …   Etymology dictionary

  • duffer — inept person; old man, especially bad golfer, 1842, perhaps from Scot. duffar dull or stupid person, from dowf stupid, lit. deaf, from O.N. daufr, with pejorative suffix art. Or perhaps from 18c. thieves slang duff (v.) to dress or manipulate an… …   Etymology dictionary

  • dheu-4, dheu̯ǝ- (dhu̯ē-, extended dhuē̯ -k-, dhuē̯ -̆ s-) —     dheu 4, dheu̯ǝ (dhu̯ē , extended dhuē̯ k , dhuē̯ ̆ s )     English meaning: to reel, dissipate, blow, *smoke, dark, gray, deep etc.     Deutsche Übersetzung: ‘stieben, wirbeln, especially von Staub, Rauch, Dampf; wehen, blow, Hauch, Atem;… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • deaf — [OE] Ultimately, deaf and dumb come from the same source, and moreover they are related to a Greek word for ‘blind’. The common denominator ‘sensory or mental impairment’ goes back to an Indo European base *dheubh , which denoted ‘confusion,… …   Word origins

  • dowf — adjective also dowff ˈdəu̇f Etymology: perhaps from Old Norse daufr deaf more at deaf 1. chiefly Scotland : lacking in force and energy : listless, apathetic 2. chiefly Scotland …   Useful english dictionary

  • dowly — ˈdau̇lē, ˈdōlē adjective Etymology: Middle English, dull, miserable, perhaps from Old Norse daufligr dull, lonely, from daufr deaf more at deaf dialect : dull, lowering …   Useful english dictionary


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