Baht etymology


English word baht comes from Proto-Germanic *bu(t/dʰ)néh₂-, Middle English yo, io, ȝo, yeo, yaw, Old English ġēotan, Old English gietan (To get.), Old English geotan (To cast, found (metal). To pour, to gush, to shed (tears).), Old English ġetan, Old English be-, Old English giet (Yet.), Middle English swo, Proto-Indo-European *h₂é-h₂us-o-, Old English ofþe, Old English utan (From without. On the outside.), Old English byt, Old English bytt, Old English *butt, Proto-Germanic *ūtanē (From without, outside of.), Frankish *buttan

Etymology of baht

Detailed word origin of baht

Dictionary entry Language Definition
*bu(t/dʰ)néh₂- Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
yo, io, ȝo, yeo, yaw Middle English (enm)
ġēotan Old English (ang)
gietan Old English (ang) To get.
geotan Old English (ang) To cast, found (metal). To pour, to gush, to shed (tears).
ġetan Old English (ang)
be- Old English (ang) A productive prefix usually used to form verbs and adjectives, especially:.
giet Old English (ang) Yet.
swo Middle English (enm)
*h₂é-h₂us-o- Proto-Indo-European (ine) glow
ofþe Old English (ang)
utan Old English (ang) From without. On the outside.
byt Old English (ang)
bytt Old English (ang)
*butt Old English (ang)
*ūtanē Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) From without, outside of.
*buttan Frankish (frk)
*bautan Frankish (frk)
*bōtan Frankish (frk) To beat.
yit Middle English (enm) Yet.
*auzom Proto-Italic (itc-pro) Gold.
oþþe Old English (ang) Or.
*biūtą Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
aurum Latin (lat) A Golden Age. Any object made of gold, such as a gold coin or a gold ring. Gold (as mineral or metal). Gold (colour). Lustre.
oththe Middle English (enm)
būtan Old English (ang)
bouter Old French (fro) (reflexive, se bouter) to enter (into). To place; to put. To strike; to hit.
yoten Middle English (enm)
botte Middle English (enm)
re English (en) About, regarding, with reference to; especially in letters and documents. (music) Ray, a syllable used in solfège to represent the second note of a major scale. Reinsurance.
baht English (en) (regional) without (Yorkshire dialect, famously part of the song title On Ilkla Moor Baht 'at).

Words with the same origin as baht

Descendants of ġēotan

and but yet

Descendants of swo


Descendants of byt

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