laukr


laukr
m. -a-
лук, чеснок
* * *
с. м. р. -a- лук
рун. laukaʀ, д-а. lēас (а. leek порей), д-в-н. louh (н. Lauch), ш. lök, д. løg, нор. løk; (р. лук — герм. заим.); к lúka, lok?

Old Norse-ensk orðabók. 2013.

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