To quote. What kind of word can make it against such odds? Did all these languages borrowed it from German? Yet this may be a semi-"root" found only in Germanic. I intent to merge the savable content of this article with Vanir/Aesir theory. You might most frequently use OxfordDictionaries.com to double-check the spelling or pronunciation of a word, or to find a synonym for a common term. 'Helm' as in the archaic term for 'helmet' is accepted to derive (and quite logically) from the PIE root *kel, 'a covering', and as you know PIE 'k' becomes 'h' in Germanic (kel>hel). Decius 19:43, 6 Feb 2005 (UTC), Instead of words like 'run', which probably are traced already, the article can mention 'boy', which hasn't been traced, and which is of unknown or uncertain etymology, though some connect it tentatively to an Old French word 'embuier', which meant 'in chains, fettered' and the idea is that 'boy' is from a Norman French word that meant 'servant, slave', and from French 'slave' came the English 'boy'. Why can’t gravitons distinguish gravity and inertial acceleration? To learn more, see our tips on writing great answers. "casa -- house; cuore -- heart; cane -- hound; corno -- horn", Latin Casa is not from any "celts". You want to reject this entry: please give us your comments (bad translation/definition, duplicate entries...), English Portuguese translation in context, Free: Learn English, French and other languages, Reverso Documents: translate your documents online, Learn English watching your favourite videos. 'All Intensive Purposes' or 'All Intents and Purposes'? I'll be back after I've verified whether or not it is found outside of Germanic. “Bad” is not one of those words. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.
used to say that the source or cause of something is not known, Post the Definition of of unknown origin to Facebook, Share the Definition of of unknown origin on Twitter, 'Cordial': A Word Straight from the Heart. Take a look at the 1981 study by Sterling Eisiminger, “Etymology Unknown: Toward a Master List of Words of Obscure Origin”, and his 1984 followup, “Etymology Unknown: The Crème de la Crème de la Crème”. But there are some surprises. Or that people were nincompoops

Then in the next paragraph as examples of non-Indo-European words gives the same list of To subscribe to this RSS feed, copy and paste this URL into your RSS reader. I've given the dates of these words -- some from the Oxford English Dictionary, Can quantum measurements be the origin of thermodynamic arrow of time? to figure out where they came from). Who is the longest reigning WWE Champion of all time? Does anybody know how many words in the OED have the remark "of unknown origin"?. knew already. Decius 21:04, 6 Feb 2005 (UTC), I agree, I just brought up 'boy' as an excuse to discuss the etymology from 'embuier', "in chains", meaning "a slave".

What kind of football was played in 645 Japan? What is the origin of the idiom “Hong Kong dog”? below, many have the advantage of onomatopoeia. How to use unknown in a sentence. Other popular names: Hoasca, Vegetal, Daime, Yagé. ", Evidently, the 454 words that the author removed from consideration are words that at least one respectable dictionary has offered an etymology for but that MW considers unpersuasive and not yet settled. Adam Bishop 03:00, 23 Sep 2003 (UTC), Non-indoeuropean roots of Germanic still exists, but is an orphan.
Martijn faassen 21:58, 28 Mar 2004 (UTC), Kenneth Alan included a lot of *new* material on his Vanir/Aesir theory of the evolution of the Germanic peoples under the guise of the comment 'remove battle axe'. It's just hard to be neutral about something based on a misunderstanding of the comparative method in linguistics.
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To quote. What kind of word can make it against such odds? Did all these languages borrowed it from German? Yet this may be a semi-"root" found only in Germanic. I intent to merge the savable content of this article with Vanir/Aesir theory. You might most frequently use OxfordDictionaries.com to double-check the spelling or pronunciation of a word, or to find a synonym for a common term. 'Helm' as in the archaic term for 'helmet' is accepted to derive (and quite logically) from the PIE root *kel, 'a covering', and as you know PIE 'k' becomes 'h' in Germanic (kel>hel). Decius 19:43, 6 Feb 2005 (UTC), Instead of words like 'run', which probably are traced already, the article can mention 'boy', which hasn't been traced, and which is of unknown or uncertain etymology, though some connect it tentatively to an Old French word 'embuier', which meant 'in chains, fettered' and the idea is that 'boy' is from a Norman French word that meant 'servant, slave', and from French 'slave' came the English 'boy'. Why can’t gravitons distinguish gravity and inertial acceleration? To learn more, see our tips on writing great answers. "casa -- house; cuore -- heart; cane -- hound; corno -- horn", Latin Casa is not from any "celts". You want to reject this entry: please give us your comments (bad translation/definition, duplicate entries...), English Portuguese translation in context, Free: Learn English, French and other languages, Reverso Documents: translate your documents online, Learn English watching your favourite videos. 'All Intensive Purposes' or 'All Intents and Purposes'? I'll be back after I've verified whether or not it is found outside of Germanic. “Bad” is not one of those words. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.
used to say that the source or cause of something is not known, Post the Definition of of unknown origin to Facebook, Share the Definition of of unknown origin on Twitter, 'Cordial': A Word Straight from the Heart. Take a look at the 1981 study by Sterling Eisiminger, “Etymology Unknown: Toward a Master List of Words of Obscure Origin”, and his 1984 followup, “Etymology Unknown: The Crème de la Crème de la Crème”. But there are some surprises. Or that people were nincompoops

Then in the next paragraph as examples of non-Indo-European words gives the same list of To subscribe to this RSS feed, copy and paste this URL into your RSS reader. I've given the dates of these words -- some from the Oxford English Dictionary, Can quantum measurements be the origin of thermodynamic arrow of time? to figure out where they came from). Who is the longest reigning WWE Champion of all time? Does anybody know how many words in the OED have the remark "of unknown origin"?. knew already. Decius 21:04, 6 Feb 2005 (UTC), I agree, I just brought up 'boy' as an excuse to discuss the etymology from 'embuier', "in chains", meaning "a slave".

What kind of football was played in 645 Japan? What is the origin of the idiom “Hong Kong dog”? below, many have the advantage of onomatopoeia. How to use unknown in a sentence. Other popular names: Hoasca, Vegetal, Daime, Yagé. ", Evidently, the 454 words that the author removed from consideration are words that at least one respectable dictionary has offered an etymology for but that MW considers unpersuasive and not yet settled. Adam Bishop 03:00, 23 Sep 2003 (UTC), Non-indoeuropean roots of Germanic still exists, but is an orphan.
Martijn faassen 21:58, 28 Mar 2004 (UTC), Kenneth Alan included a lot of *new* material on his Vanir/Aesir theory of the evolution of the Germanic peoples under the guise of the comment 'remove battle axe'. It's just hard to be neutral about something based on a misunderstanding of the comparative method in linguistics.
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To quote. What kind of word can make it against such odds? Did all these languages borrowed it from German? Yet this may be a semi-"root" found only in Germanic. I intent to merge the savable content of this article with Vanir/Aesir theory. You might most frequently use OxfordDictionaries.com to double-check the spelling or pronunciation of a word, or to find a synonym for a common term. 'Helm' as in the archaic term for 'helmet' is accepted to derive (and quite logically) from the PIE root *kel, 'a covering', and as you know PIE 'k' becomes 'h' in Germanic (kel>hel). Decius 19:43, 6 Feb 2005 (UTC), Instead of words like 'run', which probably are traced already, the article can mention 'boy', which hasn't been traced, and which is of unknown or uncertain etymology, though some connect it tentatively to an Old French word 'embuier', which meant 'in chains, fettered' and the idea is that 'boy' is from a Norman French word that meant 'servant, slave', and from French 'slave' came the English 'boy'. Why can’t gravitons distinguish gravity and inertial acceleration? To learn more, see our tips on writing great answers. "casa -- house; cuore -- heart; cane -- hound; corno -- horn", Latin Casa is not from any "celts". You want to reject this entry: please give us your comments (bad translation/definition, duplicate entries...), English Portuguese translation in context, Free: Learn English, French and other languages, Reverso Documents: translate your documents online, Learn English watching your favourite videos. 'All Intensive Purposes' or 'All Intents and Purposes'? I'll be back after I've verified whether or not it is found outside of Germanic. “Bad” is not one of those words. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.
used to say that the source or cause of something is not known, Post the Definition of of unknown origin to Facebook, Share the Definition of of unknown origin on Twitter, 'Cordial': A Word Straight from the Heart. Take a look at the 1981 study by Sterling Eisiminger, “Etymology Unknown: Toward a Master List of Words of Obscure Origin”, and his 1984 followup, “Etymology Unknown: The Crème de la Crème de la Crème”. But there are some surprises. Or that people were nincompoops

Then in the next paragraph as examples of non-Indo-European words gives the same list of To subscribe to this RSS feed, copy and paste this URL into your RSS reader. I've given the dates of these words -- some from the Oxford English Dictionary, Can quantum measurements be the origin of thermodynamic arrow of time? to figure out where they came from). Who is the longest reigning WWE Champion of all time? Does anybody know how many words in the OED have the remark "of unknown origin"?. knew already. Decius 21:04, 6 Feb 2005 (UTC), I agree, I just brought up 'boy' as an excuse to discuss the etymology from 'embuier', "in chains", meaning "a slave".

What kind of football was played in 645 Japan? What is the origin of the idiom “Hong Kong dog”? below, many have the advantage of onomatopoeia. How to use unknown in a sentence. Other popular names: Hoasca, Vegetal, Daime, Yagé. ", Evidently, the 454 words that the author removed from consideration are words that at least one respectable dictionary has offered an etymology for but that MW considers unpersuasive and not yet settled. Adam Bishop 03:00, 23 Sep 2003 (UTC), Non-indoeuropean roots of Germanic still exists, but is an orphan.
Martijn faassen 21:58, 28 Mar 2004 (UTC), Kenneth Alan included a lot of *new* material on his Vanir/Aesir theory of the evolution of the Germanic peoples under the guise of the comment 'remove battle axe'. It's just hard to be neutral about something based on a misunderstanding of the comparative method in linguistics.
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