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Germanic etymology :

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Proto-Germanic: *atiska-z
Meaning: grainfield
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: atisk n.? `grainfield'
Old Saxon: -ezzchon, -ethsca, -ezsce
Middle Dutch: EMDutch esc
Dutch: dial. es `markgrond'
Middle Low German: esch
Old High German: aʒʒisc, eʒʒesc, pl. eʒʒisca `sown grainfield'
Middle High German: ɛʒʒisch, ɛsch st. m. 'saatfeld'
German: dial. esch < *etisc
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *ad- <PIH *H->
Meaning: cereals
Hittite: hattar n. 'ein Getreide', Lyk. χɵɵase 'Heu, Futtermittel' (Tischler 220)
Tokharian: A āti, B atiyo (f.pl.) `grass' (Adams 9)
Avestan: āδū-frāδana- `grain-abundant'
Armenian: hat `grain'
Germanic: *at-isk-a- m.
Latin: ador, gen. -oris/-ōris n. `Art Getreide, Spelt'
Russ. meaning: растение (зерно, зерновой злак)
References: WP I 45
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Pokorny's dictionary :

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Number: 9
Root: ades-, ados-
English meaning: sort of cereal
German meaning: `Getreideart, Spelt'
Grammatical comments: n.
Material: Lat. ador, -ō̆ris n. `eine Art Getreide, Spelt', vielleicht zu got. atisk (*ades-ko-) `Saatfeld', wohl m. wie ahd. ezzisca Pl. `Saat', mhd. dial. Esch, schweiz. dial. Aesch, `Feldflur eines Dorfes'; toch. AB āti `Gräser' (anders Pedersen Toch. 641). Über gr. ἀθήρ s. unter andh-.
References: WP. I 45, Feist 61 a, anders WH. I 14.
Pages: 3
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