> > Yes, e.g. nuta "fisher".
> Nuta seems to use the oldest agentive suffix *-an- which (I've read)
> was probably not "active" in word creation during Wulfila's time, at
> least, not as much as *-jan-, probably for the latter's greater
> distinctness from simple weak noun endings. Nuta looks like it might
> be an ablaut of *natja- "net", thus, nuta = lit. "netter".
'nuta' is well fitting with Swedish 'not' and 'nät' and the word'nota'
for fishing with a not is quite possible to fit into modern Swedish
but is not used as far as I know -one use 'kasta (throw) or dra (pull)
not'. Also a net can be thrown but 'näta' is a less probable
construction nowadays but still logical and theoretically possible.
Hence I support it means fishing with net.