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Beard für Bart, Sussex als Südsachsen oder town als Zaun: die englische und die deutsche Sprache haben als germanische Sprachen eine gemeinsame Wurzel. Viele Worte lassen diese Ähnlichkeit noch gut erkennen. Hier steht eine Auswahl dazu.

Gesammelte Ähnlichkeiten


◦ alderman => Alter Mann [alter und damit weiser Mann?]
◦ angel => Engel
◦ angle => Angel [Winkel/Tür-Angel?]
◦ apple => Apfel
◦ arm => Arm
◦ ash => Asche
◦ ass => Esel
◦ aunt => Tante
◦ ax => Axt
◦ babble => Babbeln [Dialekt]
◦ back => Buckel [Rücken]
◦ bake => backen
◦ ball => Ball
◦ bare => bar [nackt, entblößt, frei von]
◦ bark => Borke
◦ bea => Biene
◦ beam => Baum [Idee des dicken Stammes aus Holz]
◦ bear => Bär
◦ beard => Bart
◦ beast => Biest [Tier]
◦ beech => Birke
◦ beer => Bier
◦ believe => glauben [etwa im rheinische Dialekt: isch jelööv]
◦ bench => Bank
◦ berry => Beere
◦ bight => Bucht
◦ bit => Bißchen
◦ bite => beissen
◦ bitter => bitter
◦ bleak => Bläch [im Kölner Dialekt: blank, nackt]
◦ bleak => blank [Kölsch: Bläck Föhs = nackte Füße]
◦ blind => blind
◦ blood => Blut
◦ blooming => blühend [wie in Blume]
◦ blue => Blau
◦ boat => Boot
◦ bond => Band [Verbindung]
◦ bone => Bein [Knochen, wie in Nasenbein]
◦ book => Buch [Buche]
◦ born => Born [geboren werden, Quelle]
◦ borrow => borgen [?]
◦ bottle => Buddel [?]
◦ bottom => Boden [?]
◦ bow => Bogen
◦ boy => Bub [?]
◦ bread => Brot
◦ brine => Brühe [Idee des Salzigen?]
◦ brook => Bruch [?] Bach und feuchte Niederung
◦ brown => Braun
◦ butter => Butter
◦ cackle => gackern
◦ calf => Kalb
◦ can => kann
◦ can => Kanne
◦ car => Karre
◦ cellar => Keller
◦ chalk => Kalk
◦ cheese => Käse
◦ chick => Gickel [Hühnchen]
◦ church => Kirche
◦ claw => Klauen [klauen?]
◦ cleft => geklefft: Dialekt: Fenster einen Spalt weit geöffnet
◦ clock => Glocke [Idee der Glocke die die Stunde schlägt]
◦ clover => Klee
◦ coal => Kohle
◦ coast => Küste
◦ cock => Gocken [Hahn]
◦ cold => Kälte
◦ comb => Kamm
◦ cook => Koch
◦ cord => Kordel [Seil]
◦ cork => Korken
◦ corn => Korn
◦ cow => Kuh
◦ cross => Kreuz
◦ crow => Krähe
◦ crown => Krone
◦ crust => Kruste
◦ cry => kreischen [?]
◦ cuckoo => Kuckuck
◦ cutter => Kutter
◦ dale => Tal
◦ damp => Klamm: im Sinne von feucht [?]
◦ dance => Tanz
◦ dapper => tapfer [?]
◦ daughter => Tochter
◦ day => Tag
◦ deal => Teil
◦ deep => Diep: tief, in vielen Ortsnamen in Deutschland
◦ devil => Teufel [Dialekt: Daiwel]
◦ dew => Tau
◦ dish => Tisch
◦ dollar => Taler
◦ door => Tür
◦ do => tu
◦ dragon => Drachen
◦ draught => Trocken[heit]
◦ dream => Traum
◦ drink => trinken
◦ drop => Tropfen
◦ drum => Trommel
◦ dry => trocken [droog]
◦ dumb => dumm [taub/dumm]
◦ dyke => Deich
◦ eagle => Adler
◦ ear => Ohr
◦ earth => Erde
◦ East Anglia => Ostangeln
◦ Easter => Ostern
◦ east => Osten
◦ eat => essen
◦ eel => Aal
◦ elk => Elch
◦ Essex => Ostsachen
◦ eye => Auge
◦ fable => Fabel
◦ fairy => Feen
◦ fall => fallen
◦ far => fern
◦ fat => fett
◦ father => Vater
◦ fear => Furcht
◦ fear => Gefahr
◦ feather => Feder
◦ feel => fühlen
◦ fell => fällen
◦ fern => Farn
◦ fiddle => Fiedel
◦ field => Feld
◦ field => Feld
◦ fiend => Feind
◦ fight => Streit [?]
◦ finch => Finke
◦ finger => Finger
◦ fire => Feuer
◦ first => Fürst, Dachfirste: sinngemäß: das Erste/Oberste]
◦ fisher => Fischer
◦ fish => Fisch
◦ flake => Flocke
◦ flame => Flamme
◦ flank => Flanke
◦ flea => Floh
◦ flee => flüchten
◦ flesh => Fleisch
◦ flood => Flut
◦ flow => Fluß [?]
◦ flute => Flöte
◦ flux => Fluss [?]
◦ fly => Fliege
◦ foal => Fohlen
◦ fold => falten
◦ food => Fodder [Pferdeheu]
◦ foot => Fuß
◦ fork => Forke: Gabel und Heugabel
◦ forward => vorwärts
◦ foul => faul
◦ fowl => Vogel
◦ fox => Fuchs
◦ Friday => Freitag
◦ friend => Freund
◦ frog => Frosch
◦ frost => Frost
◦ full => voll
◦ furrow => Furche
◦ gate => Gatter
◦ ghost => Geist
◦ girdle => Gürtel [umgürten]
◦ girl => Göre
◦ glass => Glas
◦ glide => gleiten
◦ glimmer => Glimmer [glitzern, Mineral das glitzert]
◦ glimmer => Glimmer [glühen und das Mineral]
◦ glow => glühen
◦ gnat => Gnitze
◦ gnat => Schnake
◦ gnaw => Knabbern
◦ god => Gott
◦ gold => Gold
◦ goose => Gans
◦ gore => gären [Idee des Eiterns, Gärens?]
◦ gout => Gicht
◦ grab => greifen [?]
◦ grass => Gras
◦ great => groß
◦ green => grün
◦ grey => grau
◦ ground => Grund
◦ gruesome => gruselig [?]
◦ guilt => Geld [Schuldverhältnis]
◦ gully => Gülle [Abfall?]
◦ gum => Gaumen
◦ hair => Haar
◦ hair => Haar
◦ hand => Hand
◦ hare => Hase [?]
◦ harsh => Harsch [schroffe Art, schroffer Schnee?]
◦ hate => Hass
◦ hat => Hut
◦ head => Haupt
◦ hear => hören
◦ hear => hören
◦ heart => Herz
◦ heath => Heide [?]
◦ heat => Hitze
◦ hedge => Hecke
◦ hell => Hölle
◦ hewn => behauen [Stein]
◦ hey => Heu
◦ high => hoch
◦ hill => Hügel
◦ hill => Hügel
◦ hoek => Eck
◦ hole => hohl [?]
◦ hole => Höhle [?]
◦ holy => heilig
◦ holy => heilig
◦ home => Heim
◦ honey => Honig
◦ hoof => Hufe
◦ horn => Horn [wie bei Hörnern]
◦ hot => heiß
◦ hound => Hund
◦ hour => Uhr
◦ house => Haus
◦ hut => Hütte
◦ ice => Eis
◦ idle => eitel [Idee der Nutzlosigkeit?]
◦ iron => Eisen
◦ iron => Eisen
◦ island => Eiland
◦ kale [seakale] => Kohl
◦ keel => Kiel
◦ king => König
◦ knave => Knabe [?]
◦ knee => Knie
◦ knife => Kneibsche [?] beides für Messer
◦ knight => Knecht [?]
◦ knob => Knopf
◦ knoll => Knolle: Erdhügel oder Erdklumpen
◦ know => knobeln [?]
◦ lair => Lager [?]
◦ lake => Lache
◦ lamp => Lampe
◦ lance => Lanze
◦ land => Land
◦ last => letzte
◦ leak => Leck
◦ lead => Lot [schweres Blei, Senkblei]
◦ leaf => Laub
◦ lean => lehnen
◦ leather => Leder
◦ lid => Lieder [Idee des Verschließens]
◦ life => Leben
◦ linen => Leinen
◦ lip => Lippe
◦ liver => Leber
◦ loaf => Laib [Brotkörper?
◦ loam => Lehm
◦ look => guck [sieh hin?]
◦ loose => lose
◦ loud => laut
◦ love => Liebe
◦ lung => Lunge
◦ lust => Lust
◦ man => Mensch
◦ mare => Mähre [Pferd]
◦ market => Markt
◦ master => Meister
◦ mast => Mast
◦ matter => Matte
◦ meagre => mager
◦ mellow => mell [weich wie Obst]
◦ meshed=> up => gemischt
◦ mesh => Masche
◦ middle => Mitte
◦ might => Macht
◦ milk => Milch
◦ miller => Müller
◦ mister => Meister
◦ misty => Mist [Wetter und Abfall: beides mies?]
◦ Monday => Montag
◦ moon => Mond
◦ moor => Moor
◦ more => mehr
◦ moss => Moos
◦ mother => Mutter
◦ mould => Mulde [Idee der Mulde als Form beim Gießen?]
◦ mouse => Maus
◦ mouth => Mund
◦ mud => Schmuddel [?]
◦ murderer => Mörder
◦ murder => Mord
◦ murky => Murks [Idee des Unklaren?]
◦ nail => Nagel
◦ neck => Nacken
◦ needle => Nadel
◦ nest => Nest
◦ net => Netz
◦ night => Nacht
◦ north => Norden
◦ nose => Nase
◦ nostril => Nüstern
◦ oak => Eiche
◦ oil => Öl
◦ old => alt
◦ owl => Eule
◦ oxen => Ochse
◦ Oxford => Ochsenfurt
◦ paddle => Paddel
◦ pan => Pfanne
◦ pan => Pfanne
◦ path => Pfad
◦ pear => Birne
◦ pearl => Perle
◦ pest => Pest
◦ pick => picken
◦ pipe => Pfeife
◦ piss => Pisse
◦ plank => Planke
◦ plate => Platte
◦ poke => stochern [?]
◦ poke => pochen [?]
◦ pot => Pott
◦ powder => Puder
◦ pox => Pocken
◦ praise => Preis [loben]
◦ pray => predigen [?]
◦ puddle => Pfütze [?]
◦ pump => pumpen
◦ quarrel => querulieren
◦ quit => quitt [auseinandergehen, sich einigen können?]
◦ race => Ratzefatz [Idee der Schnellheit]
◦ rain => Regen [rheinischer Dialekt: et iss am rähne]
◦ rake => Rechen
◦ rash => rasch: beides meint so viel wie schnell
◦ rat => Ratte
◦ rattle => rattern
◦ raven => Rabe
◦ reach => reichen
◦ red => rot
◦ rhyme => Reim
◦ rich => reich
◦ riddle => Rätsel
◦ ride => reiten
◦ rise => reisen [?]
◦ road => Rad [Idee der guten Wegbarkeit?]
◦ roast => rösten
◦ room => Raum
◦ rotten => verdorben [verrottet]
◦ rough => rauh [?]
◦ round => rund
◦ rover => Räuber [Umhertreiber?]
◦ row => Reihe
◦ rump => Rumpf
◦ run => rennen
◦ rustle => Rascheln
◦ rusty => rostig
◦ saddle => Sattel
◦ sail => Segel
◦ sail => Seil [Tau=> /Segelwerk?]
◦ salad => Salt
◦ salt => Salz
◦ sand => Sand
◦ saw => Säge
◦ seam => Saum
◦ sea => See
◦ seed => Saat
◦ see => sehen
◦ shadow => Schatten
◦ shallow => schal, Schale [Idee fehlender Tiefe?]
◦ shawl => Schal
◦ shawl => Schal
◦ shear => Schere
◦ sheen => Glanz [Schein]
◦ sheen => Schien
◦ sheep => Schaf
◦ shell => Schill [Idee des Muscheligen?]
◦ shield => Schild
◦ ship => Schiff
◦ shit => Schiet [Mist]
◦ shoe => Schuh
◦ shoot => schießen [?]
◦ shoulder => Schulter
◦ show => Schau [mach' so keine Schau!]
◦ sick => siech
◦ side => Seite
◦ silver => Silber
◦ sink => sinken
◦ sledge => Schlitten
◦ sluice => Schleuse
◦ smite => schmeißen [?]
◦ smoke => Schmauch [Rauch]
◦ snout => Schnauze
◦ snout => Schnauze [Idee des langgezogenen?]
◦ snow => Schnee
◦ sober => sauber [im Kopf?]
◦ sod => Sodden [Erdklumpen]
◦ son => Sohn
◦ sorcerer => Zauberer
◦ soup => Suppe
◦ sour => sauer
◦ south => Süden
◦ sow => säen
◦ sow => Sau: weibliches Schwein
◦ spade => Spaten
◦ sparrow => Spatz
◦ speed => sich sputen
◦ spear => Speer
◦ spooky => Spukhaft
◦ stage => Steg [Holzboden auf Stützen?]
◦ star => Stern
◦ stave => Stab
◦ steal => stehlen
◦ steer => steuern
◦ stem => Stamm
◦ stick => Stock
◦ still => still
◦ stone => Stein
◦ stool => Stuhl
◦ stork => Storch
◦ strangle => strangulieren
◦ straw => Stroh
◦ straw => Stroh
◦ stream => Strömung [Bächlein und Strömung]
◦ street => Straße
◦ stripe => Streifen
◦ strong => streng [?]
◦ stump => stumpen [im Cricketspiel, stubsen im Dialekt, umwerfen]
◦ suckling => Säugling
◦ suck => saugen
◦ sugar => Zucker
◦ Sunday => Sonntag
◦ sun => Sonne
◦ Sussex => Südsachsen
◦ swallow => Schwalbe
◦ sweat => schwitzen
◦ swell => Schwall [Idee des Wellenartigen?]
◦ swim => schwimmen
◦ swindle => schwindeln
◦ swine => Schwein
◦ sword => Schwert
◦ table => Tafel
◦ tale => erzählen [?]
◦ tannery => Tanne [Gerberei -> Tannin als Stoff?]
◦ thief => Dieb
◦ think => Denken
◦ tides => Gezeiten
◦ tip => Zipfel [?]
◦ toe => Zeh
◦ toe => Zeh
◦ tower => Turm
◦ town => Zaun: ein größeres Dorf [mit Palisadenzaun]
◦ trouble => Trubel [?]
◦ trumpet => Trompete
◦ turn => turnen [drehende Bewegung?]
◦ twig => Zweig
◦ twilight => Zwielicht
◦ twitter => zwitschern
◦ uncle => Onkel
◦ wall => Wall [Mauer und Schutzwall]
◦ war => Wehr
◦ wasp => Wespe
◦ wasteland => Wüste
◦ water => Wasser
◦ wave => Welle
◦ wave => Welle
◦ wax => Wachs
◦ wax => wachsen [der Mond]
◦ way => weg
◦ weak => wacklig [?]
◦ Weald => Wald
◦ weather => Gewitter [?]
◦ week => Woche
◦ weg => weben [Idee des vermaschten, verwebten]
◦ well => Beinwell [Kraut das gut für die Knochen ist]
◦ Wessex => Westsachsen
◦ west => Westen
◦ whale => Wal
◦ whirl => Wirbel
◦ white => weiß
◦ whole => heil [im Sinne von ganz?]
◦ wife => Weib
◦ window => Wind-Ooge: das Auge des Windes [im Haus]
◦ wind => Wind
◦ wine => Wein
◦ wolf => Wolf
◦ woman => Woll-Mann: der Mensch, der Wolle macht
◦ wool => Wolle
◦ world => Welt
◦ worm => Wurm
◦ wreck => Wrack
◦ yard => Garten [?]
◦ year => Jahr
◦ yell => gellend [beides hysterische Laute wie beim Lachen?]
◦ yellow => Gehl [gelb]
◦ yesterday => "gester"-Tag
◦ yoke => Joch
◦ yonder => jenseits [?]
◦ young => jung

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