fylja


fylja
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кобылка; ср. fyl

Old Norse-ensk orðabók. 2013.

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  • filly — noun (plural fillies) Etymology: Middle English fyly, from Old Norse fylja; akin to Old English fola foal Date: 15th century 1. a young female horse usually of less than four years 2. a young woman ; girl …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • pau- — I. pau 1 Few, little. Oldest form *peə₂u , colored to *paə₂u . Derivatives include few, pauper, foal, pony, and pullet. I. Adjectival form *pau , few, little. 1 …   Universalium

  • filly — fil|ly [ˈfıli] n plural fillies [Date: 1400 1500; : Old Norse; Origin: fylja] a young female horse →↑colt, foal ↑foal …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • foal — [OE] Foal goes back to a prehistoric source meaning ‘young, offspring’, which also produced Latin puer ‘child’ and English pony, poultry, pullet, pullulate, and even pool ‘common fund’. Its main Germanic descendant was *folon, which gave German… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • few — (adj.) O.E. feawe (plural; contracted to fea) few, seldom, even a little, from P.Gmc. *faw , from PIE root *pau few, little (Cf. L. paucus few, little, paullus little, parvus little, small, pauper poor; Gk. pauros …   Etymology dictionary

  • filly — c.1400, fyly, possibly from O.N. fylja, fem. of foli foal (see FOAL (Cf. foal)). Slang sense of young girl is from 1610s …   Etymology dictionary

  • filly — noun (plural fillies) 1》 a young female horse, especially one less than four years old. 2》 humorous a lively girl or young woman. Origin ME: from ON fylja, of Gmc origin; related to foal …   English new terms dictionary

  • filly — /ˈfɪli / (say filee) noun (plural fillies) 1. a female horse not past its fourth birthday; a young mare. 2. Colloquial (dated) a young woman. {? Old Norse fylja female foal. See foal} …   Australian English dictionary

  • pōu- : pǝu- : pū̆ - —     pōu : pǝu : pū̆     English meaning: small, little; young (of animals)     Deutsche Übersetzung: “klein, gering, wenig”, vielfach for “Junges, Tierjunges, kleines Tier”     Material: 1. With o suffix; Goth. fawai pl. “wenige”, O.Ice. für… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • foal — [OE] Foal goes back to a prehistoric source meaning ‘young, offspring’, which also produced Latin puer ‘child’ and English pony, poultry, pullet, pullulate, and even pool ‘common fund’. Its main Germanic descendant was *folon, which gave German… …   Word origins

  • filly — [fil′ē] n. pl. fillies [ME filli < ON fylja, fem. of foli, FOAL] 1. a young female horse, specif. one under five years of age 2. Informal a vivacious young woman or girl …   English World dictionary


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