Anhang:Proto-Indo-Europääsch/átta

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Proto-Indo-Europääsch

Substantiv

*átta (masculinum)

Bedüden

  1. Vader

Etymologie

Hypothetically related to *ĕ́t`è (elder relative), *átai (female relative (father's sister; grandmother)) and *ata-ata, *ata (father), Sumerian 𒀜𒁕 (AD.DA). The meaning "father" (somewhat expectable from a root like ata-) is actually present in Tamil and Malayalam, but nowhere else in Dravidian. The archaicness of this meaning in Tamil cannot be excluded; more probable, however, is the idea that in Tamil the word has developed a parallel masculine stem by analogy with *ápa (father (honorary)). The latter does have 'masculine' meanings outside of Tamil.

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