hard-


hard-
*hard-, *harda-, *hardaz, *harada-, *haradaz, *harþ-, *harþa-, *harþaz, *haraþa-, *haraþaz
germ., stark. Maskulinum (a):
nhd. Wald, Erhöhung, Anhöhe;
ne. wood, hill;
Rekontruktionsbasis: ae., as., ahd.;
Hinweis: s. *haruþ-;
Quelle: Personenname (1. Jh. v. Chr.);
Etymologie:
s. ing. *k̑er- (1), *k̑erə-, *k̑rā-, *k̑erei-, *k̑ereu-, Substantiv, Kopf, Horn, Gipfel, Pokorny 574?;
Weiterleben:
s. ae. *har-aþ, *har-eþ, *har-ed, Substantiv, Hart, Wald;
Weiterleben:
as. *har-d? (1), stark. Maskulinum (a?, i?), Hart, Wald;
mnd. hert, Maskulinum, Hart, Wald, Bergwald, waldige Höhe, Harz (Maskulinum);
Weiterleben:
as. *har-th?, stark. Femininum (i?), Anhöhe;
mnd. hert, Maskulinum, Hart, Wald, Bergwald, waldige Höhe, Harz (Maskulinum);
Weiterleben:
ahd. hard* 2, hart, stark. Maskulinum (a?, i?), stark. Femininum (i), stark. Neutrum (a), Hart, Wald, Gehölz;
mhd. hart, stark. Maskulinum, stark. Femininum, stark. Neutrum, Wald;
s. nhd. Hard, Hart, Femininum, Maskulinum, Wald, DW 10, 473, 509;
Literatur: Falk\/Torp 76;
Sonstiges: Schönfeld, Wörterbuch der altgermanischen Personen- und Völkernamen, 1911, 31 (Aruth), 128 (Harudes), 154 (Leudardus), ? Reichert, Lexikon der altgermanischen Namen 2, 1990, 539 (Badard, Bantard, Baudard, Bernard, Chardaric, Chardegysil, Friard, Harto?, Lautard, Leobard?, Leonard, Leudard, Medard, Nivard, Pantard, Optardin?, Sevard)

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