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Number: 1350
Root: nāus-1
English meaning: boat
German meaning: `Schiff' (ausgehöhlter Einbaum)
Grammatical comments: f. Akk. nāu̯m̥
Derivatives: nāu̯ii̯o- `zum Schiff gehörig', nāu̯-āgo-s `Schiffer'
Material: Ai. nāu- (Nom. nā́uḥ) `Schiff, Boot' (nāvya- `schiffbar'); ap. nāviyā `Flotte' (: gr. νήιος `zumSchiff gehörig'); nāvāja- m. `Schiffer', av. navāza- ds (: gr. ναυ-ηγός ds., vgl. auch lat.nāvig-āre, -ium); av. nāvaya- `schiffbar' (über ai. ati-nu s. Brugrnann II1 137 Anm. 2); arm. nav `Schiff' (aus dem Pers.?); gr. hom. νηυ̃ς, νηός (*νᾱός), att. ναυ̃ς, νεώς `Schiff'; lat. nāvis ds. (ursprüngl. kons. St., vgl. Akk. nāvem = ai. nā́vam, gr. νη̃α; air. náu (Gen. nōë, Dat. Pl. nōib) `Schiff'; cymr. noe `flaches Gefäß, Backtrog', bret. neo ds. (*nāu̯i̯ā); hierher gall. (vorrom.) nāvā `Talschlucht', auch FlN; gall. nausum `Schiff'; aisl. nōr m. `Schiff', nau-st `Schiffsschuppen', nōa-tūn (nōa = gr. νηω̃ν) `Schiffsburg', ags. nōwend `Schiffer', (aber mhd.nāwe, næwe `kleines Schiff', nhd. dial. Naue aus dem Lat.); norw. `Trog aus einem ausgehöhlten Baumstamm', nøla (*nōwilōn-) `großer Trog, schweres Boot' ahd. nuosc, mhd. nuosch m. `Trog, Rinne', afries. nōst `Trog', mnd. nōste `Viehtrog, Wassertrog'; hierher der lit. FlN Nóva, polonis. Nawa.
References: WP. II 315, WH. II 148 f., J. Hubschmid R. int. d'Onom. 4, 3 ff.
Pages: 755-756
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