flōwan


flōwan
*flōwan
germ., stark. Verb:
nhd. fließen;
ne. flow (Verb), run (Verb);
Rekontruktionsbasis: an., ae.;
Quelle: Ortsname (1. Jh.)?);
Etymologie:
s. ing. *pleu-, Verb, rinnen, fließen, schwimmen, fliegen, Pokorny 835;
vergleiche idg. *pel- (1), *pelə-, *plē-, *pl̥h₁-, *pelh₁-, Verb, gießen, fließen, schütten, füllen, schwimmen, fliegen, Pokorny 798;
Weiterleben:
s. an. flō-a (1), schwach. Verb (3), fließen;
Weiterleben:
ae. flō-w-an, stark. Verb (7)=reduplizierend Verb (2), fließen, strömen, überfließen, flüssig werden, schmelzen;
Literatur: Falk\/Torp 204, Kluge s. u. Flut;
Sonstiges: Gewässername Flevum

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