grautr

grautr
m., gen. grautar
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  • груда — укр., блр. груда, болг. груда глыба , сербохорв. гру̏да, гру̏два – то же, словен. gruda, чеш. hrouda, слвц. hruda, польск. gruda. Родственно лтш. graûds зерно , graužu, graudu, graust громыхать, греметь , лит. graudùs рыхлый, мягкий,… …   Этимологический словарь русского языка Макса Фасмера

  • Embden groats — Groats Groats, n. pl. [OE. grot, AS. gr[=a]tan; akin to Icel. grautr porridge, and to E. gritt, grout. See {Grout}.] Dried grain, as oats or wheat, hulled and broken or crushed; in high milling, cracked fragments of wheat larger than grits. [1913 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Groats — Groats, n. pl. [OE. grot, AS. gr[=a]tan; akin to Icel. grautr porridge, and to E. gritt, grout. See {Grout}.] Dried grain, as oats or wheat, hulled and broken or crushed; in high milling, cracked fragments of wheat larger than grits. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Grout — (grout), n. [AS. gr[=u]t; akin to grytt, G. gr[ u]tze, griess, Icel. grautr, Lith. grudas corn, kernel, and E. groats.] 1. Coarse meal; ground malt; pl. groats. [1913 Webster] 2. Formerly, a kind of beer or ale. [Eng.] [1913 Webster] 3. pl. Lees; …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Old Norse morphology — This article is part of a series on: Old Norse Dialects …   Wikipedia

  • Grote — This interesting surname is of Norse Viking origins, although it is also an import from France during the 17th century Huguenot period. It derives from the ancient pre 7th century word grautr which literally translates as porridge but presumeably …   Surnames reference

  • Grout — Recorded in the spellings of Groute, Grut, and Grute, this unusual and interesting name is English. It has at least two possible origins the first being that it was a medieval occupational name for one who dealt in groats , which was coarse meal …   Surnames reference

  • Grut — Recorded in the spellings of Groute, Grut, and Grute, this unusual and interesting name is English. It has at least two possible origins the first being that it was a medieval occupational name for one who dealt in groats , which was coarse meal …   Surnames reference

  • Grute — Recorded in the spellings of Groute, Grut, and Grute, this unusual and interesting name is English. It has at least two possible origins the first being that it was a medieval occupational name for one who dealt in groats , which was coarse meal …   Surnames reference

  • groß — Adj std. (9. Jh.), mhd. grōz, ahd. grōz, as. grōt Stammwort. Aus wg. * grauta Adj. groß , auch in ae. grēat, afr. grāt. Daneben steht anord. grautr Grütze , so daß von einer Bedeutung grob gemahlen auszugehen ist. Dieses zu g. * greut a zerreiben …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • ghrēu-2 : ghrǝu- : ghrū- —     ghrēu 2 : ghrǝu : ghrū     English meaning: to rub     Deutsche Übersetzung: ‘scharf darũber reiben, zerreiben”     Note: extension from gher “rub”     Material: Gk. *χραύω, Konj. Aor. χραύσῃ “ scratch, scrape, graze, wound slightly, injure… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary


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