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  • David Parke
    ACKUMULATOR /akumula to:r/ n. = (electrical) battery EN accumulator , NL accumulator, accu, DE Akkumulator, DA akkumulator, NO akkumulator, SV ackumulator, IL
    Message 1 of 105 , Jun 3, 2005
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      ACKUMULATOR /akumula"to:r/
      n. = (electrical) battery
      EN accumulator , NL accumulator, accu, DE Akkumulator, DA akkumulator,
      NO akkumulator, SV ackumulator, IL accumulator, Slovio akumul-itor

      ALBUM /al"bu:m/
      n. = album, L.P., long playing record, record
      EN album, NL album, DE Album, SV album, IL album

      ANTREFFE /%an"trEf@/
      v. = discover, meet
      NL aantreffen, DE antreffen, SV påträffa

      AUTSÆJE /%aUt"saIj@/
      v. = sow, disseminate, metastasize
      NL uitzaaien, DE aussäen, SV utså

      AUTSTRŒJE /%aUt"str2:j@/
      v. = sow, disseminate, metastasize
      NL uitstrooien, DE ausstreuen, SV utströ

      BÆK /b{:k/
      n. = beacon, buoy
      NL baken, baak, DE Bake, DA båke, SV båk

      BAND /band/
      n. = band, binding, bond, magnetic tape, link, orchestra,
      relationship, sound volume, thickness
      EN band, NL band, DE Band, SV band, IL banda

      BEDDÐECKEN /%bEd"dEk@n/
      n. = bedding, bedspread, covers, blankets
      NL beddedeken, DE Bettdecke, SV sticktäcke

      BEÐWINGE /b@"dPIN@/
      v. = crush, keep back, keep in control, keep under control, pulverize,
      recant, retract, revoke, rub fine, subdue, suppress, take back, withhold
      NL bedwingen, DE bezwingen, SV betvinga

      BEHERRSCHE /b@"hErS@/
      v. = control, keep back, moderate, restrain, subdue
      NL beheersen, DE beherrschen, SV behärska

      BEROUMDHEID /b@"ru:mdheId/
      n. = glory
      NL beroemdheid, DE Berühmtheit, SV berömdhet

      BESÆJE /b@"saIj@/
      v. = sow
      NL bezaaien, DE besäen, SV beså

      BESEM /"be:z@m/
      n. = broom
      EN besom, NL bezem, DE Besen

      BOLT /bOlt/
      n. = bolt
      EN bolt, NL bout, DE Bolz, SV bult

      BURSTEL /"bUrst@l/
      n. = brush
      EN bristle, NL borstel, DE Bürste, SV borste

      BURSTELE /"bUrst@l@/
      v. = brush
      EN bristle, NL borstelen, DE bürsten, SV borsta

      CD /tse:de:/
      n. = CD, compact disk
      EN CD, NL cd, cdtje, cedeetje, DE CD, SV CD

      DAUNDECKEN /%daUn"dEk@n/
      n. = duvet, quilt, eiderdown
      NL donsdeken, donzen deken, DE Daunendecke, SV duntäcke

      DOUK /du:k/
      n. = cloth
      NL doek, DE Tuch, SV duk

      EIDERDAUN /%eId@r"daUn/
      n. = duvet, quilt, eiderdown
      NL eiderdons, DE Eiderdaunen, SV ejderdun

      ELEKTRISCH /e"lEktIS/
      a. = electric, electrical
      EN electric, NL elektrisch, DE elektrisch, DA elektrisk, SV elektrisk,
      IL electric, Slovio elektrik-ju

      ELEKTRONIK /elEktro"ni:k/
      n. = electronics
      EN electronics, NL elektronica, DE Elektronik, SV elektronik, IL
      electronica , Slovio elektronik

      ELEKTRONISCH /elEk"tro:nIS/
      a. = electronic
      EN electronic, NL elektronisch, DE elektronisch, SV elektronisk, IL
      electronic, Slovio elektronik-ju

      FASTNEGELE /%fast"ne:g@l@/
      v. = nail
      NL vastnagelen, DE festnageln, SV fastnagla

      FERÐRUCKE /f@r"drUk@/
      v. = oppress
      NL verdrukken, DE verdrucken, SV förtrycka

      FORÐ /fOrd/
      prep. = forth, onwards, forward, along
      EN forth, NL voort, DE fort

      FURJ /"fUrI/
      n. = furrow, groove, gully
      EN furrow, NL voor, DE Furche, DA fure, SV fåra

      GARAGE /ga"ra:S@/
      n. = garage
      EN garage, NL garage, DE Garage, SV garage, IL garage

      GLANC /glants/
      n. = brilliance, cleaner, gleam, glitter, glory, glow, lucidity,
      luminosity, polish, radiance, shine, sparkle, splendour
      NL glans, DE Glanz, SV glans

      GLORI /"glori/
      n. = glory, splendour
      EN glory, NL glorie, DE Glorie, IL gloria

      GRAMMOFON /gramo"fo:n/
      n. = record player, gramophone
      EN gramophone, NL grammofoonplaat, SV grammofon, IL grammophono

      GROUV /gru:v/
      n. = groove
      EN groove, NL groef, groeve, DE Grube, DA grøft

      HAMMER /"ham@r/
      v. = hammer, mallet
      EN hammer, NL hamer, DE Hammer, DA hammer, NO hammer, SV hammare

      HANDDOUK /%hand"du:k/
      n. = towel
      NL handdoek., DE Handtuch, SV handduk

      HÆRBURSTEL /%h{:r"bUrst@l/
      n. = hairbrush
      NL haarborstel, DE Haarbürste, SV hårborste

      HEVE /"he:v@/ (pt HOUV-, pp = HOVEN)
      v. = heave, lift, lift up, raise.
      EN heave, NL heffen, DE heben, SV häva

      IGEL /"i:g@l/
      n. = hedgehog
      NL egel, DE Igel, SV igelkotte

      BATTERI /ba"te:ri/
      n. = battery
      EN battery, NL batterij, DE Batterie, DA batteri, NO batteri, SV
      batteri, IL batteria

      INSCHRÎVE /%In"SraIv@/
      v. = inscribe, book, enlist, enroll, enter, enter into, list, note,
      note down, record, register, subscribe, write down
      EN inscribe, NL inschrijven, DE einschreiben, NO innskrive, IL inscriber

      KAMERAD /kame"ra:d/
      n. = buddy, business associate, chum, companion, comrade, fellow,
      friend, mate, pal, partner
      EN comrade, NL kameraad, DE Kamerad, Kameradin, SV kamrat, IL camerada

      KOLOSS /ko"lOs/
      n. = colossus, big man, giant, hulk, jumbo, monster, whopper
      EN colossus, NL kolos, DE Koloß, SV koloss, IL colosso

      KOMPAKTSCHÎV /kOm%pakt"SaIv/
      n. = CD, compact disk
      NL schijf, DE Kompaktscheibe, DA skive, SV kompaktskiva

      KOMPANION /kOmpa"njo:n/
      n. = companion, buddy, business associate, chum, comrade, fellow,
      friend, mate, pal, partner
      EN companion, NL kompaan, compagnon, DE Kompagnon, SV kompanjon, IL
      companion

      KUSSEN /"kUs@n/
      n. = cushion
      EN cushion, NL kussen, DE Kissen, IL cossino, LFN cuxin

      LIST /lIst/
      n. = list, membership roll, record, register, report, schedule,
      statement, summary, table
      EN list, NL lijst, DE Liste, SV lista, IL lista

      LP /Elpe:/
      n. = LP, long playing gramophone record
      EN LP, NL l.p., lp, elpee, DE LP, SV lp, lp skiva

      LUFTE /"lUft@.
      v. = lift, lift up, heave
      EN lift, NL lichten, DA løfte, SV lyfta

      MAGNETBAND /mag%ne:t"band
      n. = magnetic tape, audiotape
      NL magneetband, DE Magnetband, SV magnetband, IL banda magnetic

      MÆNEÐ /"m{:n@d/
      n. = month
      EN month, NL maand, DE Monat, DA måned., NO måned., SV månad

      MATRAS /ma"tra:s/
      n. = mattress
      EN mattress, NL matras, DE Matratze, DA madras, NO madrass., SV
      madrass, LFN materas, IL matras

      MONSTER /"mOnst@r/
      n. = monster, beast, colossus, hulk, monstrosity, ogre, whopper
      EN monster, NL monster, DE Monstrum, SV monster, monstrum, IL monstro

      NÆDEL /"n{:d@l/
      n. = needle
      EN needle, NL naald, DE Nadel, DA nål, NO nål, SV nål

      NAGEL /"na:g@l/
      n. = nail
      EN nail, NL nagel, DE Nagel, SV nagel

      NAGELE /"na:g@l@/
      v. = nail, drive in nails, hammer, nail down, spike
      EN nail v, DE nageln, SV nagla

      NÆJ /naI/
      a. = near, close
      EN near, NL nabije, DE nah, DA nær, NO nær, SV närheten

      NEST /nEst/
      n. = nest
      EN nest, NL nest, DE Nest, SV näste

      NESTELE /"nEst@l@/
      v. = nest
      EN nestle, NL nestelen, DE nisten, SV nästla

      NOTERE /no"te:r@/
      v. = note, note down, book, declare, enter into, inscribe, list,
      record, register, take down, write down
      EN note, NL noteren, DE notieren, SV notera, IL notar

      ONTÐECKE /%Ont"dEk@.
      v. = discover, learn of
      NL ontdekken, DE entdecken, SV upptäcka

      PASSERE /pa"se:r@/
      v. = to happen, to occur
      EN pass, NL passeren, DE passieren

      PINN /pIn/
      n. = pin, badge, flag, peg, plug
      EN pin, NL pin, SV pinne

      POPULARITÆT /populari"t{:t/
      n. = popularity
      EN popularity, NL populariteit, DE Popularität, SV popularitet, IL
      popularitate

      PRACHT /praxt/
      n. = abundance, affluence, glory, luxury, splendour
      NL pracht, DE Pracht, SV prakt

      PRACHTIG /"praxtIg/
      a. = brilliant, dazzling, exquisite, glittering, glorious,
      magnificent, splendid, wonderful
      NL prachtig, DE prächtig, prachtvoll, SV präktig, praktfull

      PROVOCERE /provo"tse:r@/
      v. = provoke, arouse, badger, bait, give rise to, needle, put someone
      on to something, stimulate, tease, urge
      EN provoke, NL provoceren, DE provozieren, SV provocera, IL provocar

      REGISTRERE /regIst"re:r@/
      v. = register, book, enlist, enroll, enter, enter into, give up, hand
      down, index, inscribe, list, note, note down, put in writing, record,
      subscribe, write down
      EN register, NL registreren, DE registrieren, SV registrera, IL registrar

      REKORD /re"kOrd/
      n. = record
      EN record, NL record, DE Rekord, SV rekord, IL record

      REPORTAGE /repOr"ta:S@/
      n. = report, record, survey
      EN reportage, NL reportage, DE Reportage, SV reportage, IL *reportage

      SÆD /s{:d/
      n. = seed
      EN seed, NL zaad, DE Saat, DA sæd, SV säd

      SÆJE /"saIj@/
      v. = sow
      EN sow, NL zaaien, DE säen, DA så, SV så

      SCHÎV /SaIv/
      n. = disk, disc, circular shaped cross-sectional slice or piece
      EN shive, sheave (archaic or dialect), NL schijf, schijfje, DE
      Scheibe, SV skiva

      STARE /"sta:r@/
      v. = stare, gaze
      EN stare, NL staren, DE starren

      TEIKEN /"teIk@n/
      n. = sign, signal, evidence, badge, medal
      EN token, NL teken, DE Zeichen, DA tegn, SV tecken

      TEME /"te:m@/
      v. = tame, domesticate, control, subdue
      EN tame, NL temmen, DE bezähmen, zähmen, SV tama

      TOUAFTERHALDE /%tu:aft@r"hald@/
      v. = hold back, crush, discourage, dissuade, keep back, keep in
      control, obstruct, prevent, pulverize, recant, restrain, retract,
      revoke, rub fine, stop, subdue, suppress, take back, withhold
      EN hold back, NL terughouden, DE zurückhalten, SV hålla tillbaka

      UNDERÐRUCKE /%Und@r"drUk@/
      v. = crush, keep back, keep in control, pulverize, recant, retract,
      revoke, rub fine, subdue, suppress, take back, withhold
      NL onderdrukken, DE unterdrücken, SV undertrycka

      UPHEVE /%Up"he:v@/(pt = HOUV- UP, pp = UPHOVEN)
      v. = heave, lift, lift up, raise
      EN upheave, NL opheffen, DE aufheben, SV häva upp

      UPTEIKENE /%Up"teIk@n@/
      v. = record, book, enter into, inscribe, list, note, note down, put in
      writing, record, register, write down
      NL optekenen, DE aufzeichnen, SV uppteckna

      UPTEIKENING/%Up"teIk@nIN//
      n. = record, notation
      NL optekening, DE Aufzeichnung, SV uppteckning

      WALLNUTT /%wal"nUt/

      EN walnut, NL walnoot, DE Walnuß, SV valnöt

      WÆPEN /P{:p@n/
      n. = weapon, arms, armament
      EN weapon, NL wapen, DE Waffe, DA våben., SV vapen
    • David Parke
      ... Sorry, it would have been helpful for me to put the link in that last post, i suppose: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pieial/
      Message 105 of 105 , Jul 26, 2005
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        --- In folkspraak@yahoogroups.com, "wakuran_wakaran" <hakans@w...> wrote:
        > --- In folkspraak@yahoogroups.com, "David Parke" <parked@x> wrote:
        > > --- In folkspraak@yahoogroups.com, "David Parke" <parked@x> wrote:
        > > > --- In folkspraak@yahoogroups.com, "wakuran_wakaran"
        > <hakans@w...>
        > > wrote:
        > > > > --- In folkspraak@yahoogroups.com, "wakuran_wakaran"
        > <hakans@w...>
        > > > > wrote:
        > > > > >
        > > > > > As I have said before, I doubt that PIE words would be easy
        > to
        > > > > > recognize, even if the modern words have developed from
        > them... Or
        > > > > > what do you think of these examples of stories in
        > reconstructed PIE
        > > > > >
        > > > >
        > > > > P.S. What I would want to see is a English-*PIE wordlist,
        > sorted on
        > > > > topic etc.
        > > > >
        > > > > Also, with information about if the root could be found native
        > in the
        > > > > different core language groups in their original stages(I.E.
        > not
        > > > > borrowed).
        > > > >
        > > > > Italic, Baltic, Slavic, Germanic, Celtic, Greek,
        > Indic/Iranian,
        > > > > Armenian, Albanian, Tocharian, Anatolian
        > > > >
        > > > > Some roots would probably be found in nearly all groups,
        > whereas
        > > > > others more obscure(could be noted) in only two or three, with
        > > unclear
        > > > > connections.
        > > >
        > > > There are some words in Germanic langs that don't appear in
        > other IE
        > > > langs. It is theorised that these are borrowings from pre-IE
        > people
        > > > who were the origianl inhabitants of the germanic lands.
        > > > The alternate theory is some of them are IE words that have only
        > > > survived in the Germlangs. That is the IE word died out in other
        > IE
        > > > dialects. Neither theories are provable.
        > >
        > > Right now if I were the moderator of this group, I would be
        > butting in
        > > and suggesting that those interested in this topic join Roly's
        > group
        > > and keep the FS group on topic. But I ain't the moderator so do as
        > you
        > > will. I have already just joined Roly's group BTW.
        >
        > How and where can I find Roly's group?

        Sorry, it would have been helpful for me to put the link in that last
        post, i suppose:

        http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pieial/
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