Albanian etymological dictionary by Vladimir Orel

By Vladimir Orel

This quantity is a brand new compendium of Albanian etymology tracing millions of recent Albanian phrases again to their origins. It comprises exact info at the Indo-European vocabulary preserved in Albanian in addition to on a number of loanwords coming from old Greek, Latin, early Romance and Slavic.

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54-55 (various preliminary guesses); ZALIZN'AK Etimologija 1964 206; cABEJ Etim. II 379383 (follows CAMARDA). burre m, p1. burra 'man, husband'. Borrowed from OHG giburo `peasant, villager' with the simplification of the anlaut cluster *gb- > h-. Cf. a similar source of Hung pot- id. < OBavar *pour. 0 GIL 'FERDING Otn. 21 (to Skt ptirusa- `man'); MEYER Wb. 55 (etymologically identifies burre with OHG giburo, Germ Bauer), Alb. St. III 74; SCHUCHARDT KZ XX 254 (from MLat barro); PISANI Saggi (follows MEYER); WIEDEMANN BB XXVII 219 (reconstructs *bhorno- further connected with OHG haro `(free) man'); JOKL LKUBA 230 (follows WIEDEMANN and reconstructs *bherno-); TAGLIAVINI Dalmazia 91 (agrees with JOKL), TAGLIAVINI Stratificazione 113; VASMER ZfslavPh V 368369 (to Illyr Boiipot); RIBEZZO Riv.

Further related to the same IE *bhlen- 'to shine' as bli 'linden' ; in this case, the motivation is based on the color of the fish (OREL Linguistica XXVI 174). 0 CIMOCHOWSKI LP 1165-182 (further connections of bli with Gk (p62a,r1 `whale' and the like); TAGLIAVINI Stratificazione 133; FRISK I 242243; MIHAESCURESEE IV/3-4 350 (borrowed from Gk(3kivog); cABEJ Etim. II 264-265 (identical with bli blige f 'forked piece of wood'. From PAlb *bliga, a zero ablaut variant 0 LA PIANA Prefisso related to Gk (pciaay 'stem', ON bialki II 265 (identical with cABEJEtirn.

Grundrift 2 11046). 0 MIKLOSICH Rom. Elemente 6 (from Ital hotte); HAARMAN 113; cABEJ Etim. II 396; LANDI Lat. 83-85. 'soft, smooth'. From PAlb *buta < IE *bhugh-to- comparable with NIr bog 'soft' < *bhugho-, Arm hut` blunt' (PEDERSEN KZ XXXVI 341). The source of both forms is IE *hheugh- `to bend'. 0 MEYER Wb. 57; PEDERSEN Kelt. Gr. I 159; JOKL IF XLIV 54; MLADENOV IF XXXVIII 169-171; POKORNY 1152-153; OREL ZfBalk XXIII11 70 (to buj); cABEJ Etim. II 397-398; MANN Comp. 121; KORTLANDT Arm-IE 114; DEMIRAJ AE 114.

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