Lexeme – Details – nâpy

Lexeme

Transcription
nâpy
Script
νᾶπυ
IPA
Meaning
mustard
Meaning Note
Grammatical Data
n
Note
Further etymology: of pre-Greek origin (RB). "Old Icelandic næpa , Norwegian nepe are probably < Old English" (OED).Further etymology debated: Pre-Greek (RB): "Gr. νᾶπυ is taken over in Latin as nāpus 'turnip' (Plin.) and σίναπι(ς) as sinapi(s) 'mustard', from which Go. sina(s), OHG. senf 'mustard', etc., have been borrowed" (RB). OED disagrees: "The etymology < ancient Greek νᾶπυ mustard, asserted by Oxf. Latin Dict., is semantically difficult" (OED, 2003)., Further etymology debated: Pre-Greek (RB): "Gr. νᾶπυ is taken over in Latin as nāpus 'turnip' (Plin.) and σίναπι(ς) as sinapi(s) 'mustard', from which Go. sina(s), OHG. senf 'mustard', etc., have been borrowed" (RB). OED disagrees: "The etymology < ancient Greek νᾶπυ mustard, asserted by Oxf. Latin Dict., is semantically difficult" (OED, 2003)., Further etymology debated: Pre-Greek (RB): "Gr. νᾶπυ is taken over in Latin as nāpus 'turnip' (Plin.) and σίναπι(ς) as sinapi(s) 'mustard', from which Go. sina(s), OHG. senf 'mustard', etc., have been borrowed" (RB). OED disagrees: "The etymology < ancient Greek νᾶπυ mustard, asserted by Oxf. Latin Dict., is semantically difficult" (OED, 2003)., Further etymology debated: Pre-Greek (RB): "Gr. νᾶπυ is taken over in Latin as nāpus 'turnip' (Plin.) and σίναπι(ς) as sinapi(s) 'mustard', from which Go. sina(s), OHG. senf 'mustard', etc., have been borrowed" (RB). OED disagrees: "The etymology < ancient Greek νᾶπυ mustard, asserted by Oxf. Latin Dict., is semantically difficult" (OED, 2003)., Further etymology debated: Pre-Greek (RB): "Gr. νᾶπυ is taken over in Latin as nāpus 'turnip' (Plin.) and σίναπι(ς) as sinapi(s) 'mustard', from which Go. sina(s), OHG. senf 'mustard', etc., have been borrowed" (RB). OED disagrees: "The etymology < ancient Greek νᾶπυ mustard, asserted by Oxf. Latin Dict., is semantically difficult" (OED, 2003)., Further etymology debated: Pre-Greek (RB): "Gr. νᾶπυ is taken over in Latin as nāpus 'turnip' (Plin.) and σίναπι(ς) as sinapi(s) 'mustard', from which Go. sina(s), OHG. senf 'mustard', etc., have been borrowed" (RB). OED disagrees: "The etymology < ancient Greek νᾶπυ mustard, asserted by Oxf. Latin Dict., is semantically difficult" (OED, 2003)., Further etymology debated: Pre-Greek (RB): "Gr. νᾶπυ is taken over in Latin as nāpus 'turnip' (Plin.) and σίναπι(ς) as sinapi(s) 'mustard', from which Go. sina(s), OHG. senf 'mustard', etc., have been borrowed" (RB). OED disagrees: "The etymology < ancient Greek νᾶπυ mustard, asserted by Oxf. Latin Dict., is semantically difficult" (OED, 2003)., Further etymology debated: Pre-Greek (RB): "Gr. νᾶπυ is taken over in Latin as nāpus 'turnip' (Plin.) and σίναπι(ς) as sinapi(s) 'mustard', from which Go. sina(s), OHG. senf 'mustard', etc., have been borrowed" (RB). OED disagrees: "The etymology < ancient Greek νᾶπυ mustard, asserted by Oxf. Latin Dict., is semantically difficult" (OED, 2003)., Further etymology debated: Pre-Greek (RB): "Gr. νᾶπυ is taken over in Latin as nāpus 'turnip' (Plin.) and σίναπι(ς) as sinapi(s) 'mustard', from which Go. sina(s), OHG. senf 'mustard', etc., have been borrowed" (RB). OED disagrees: "The etymology < ancient Greek νᾶπυ mustard, asserted by Oxf. Latin Dict., is semantically difficult" (OED, 2003)., Of pre-Greek origin.

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Sources

Source
Robert Beekes (with the assistance of Lucien van Beek). Etymological Dictionary of Greek. Indo-European Etymological Dictionaries Online. Edited by Alexander Lubotsky. Brill. Brill Online.
[RB]
Source
Universitetet i Oslo i samarbeid med Språkrådet (2010). Bokmålsordboka & Nynorskordboka [online]. http://www.nob-ordbok.uio.no/perl/ordbok.cgi?
[NOB]
Source
De Vries, Jan (1977). Altnordisches etymologisches Wörterbuch. 3rd ed. Leiden: Brill
[AEW]
Source
Houaiss, Antônio & MS Villar. 2001. Dicionário Houaiss da língua portuguesa. Rio de Janeiro: Instituto António Houaiss.
[DH]
Source
Simpson, J., & Weiner, E. S. 1989. Oxford English dictionary. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
[OED]
Source
Trésors de la langue francaise informatisées. Centre national de ressources techniques et lexiques. http://www.cnrtl.fr/definition/
[TLF]
Source
DEX online (2004-2015). Dicționare ale limbii române. https://dexonline.ro/
[DEX]
Source
Nocentini, Alberto (2010). L'etimologico: vocabolario della lingua italiana. 1. ed. Milano: Le Monnier
[NEI]
Source
Robert Farren, PIE culture words collection, 2017
[Farren (2017)]
Location
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