undar-

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Old Saxon[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *under, from Proto-Indo-European *nter- (between, among), akin to Old English under "between, among, in the presence of", Old High German untar "between, among", Latin inter "between, among". More at inter-.

Prefix[edit]

undar-

  1. between, among
    undarniman "to interrupt"
    undartwisk "between"
    undargangan "to intervene"

Etymology 2[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *under, from Proto-Indo-European *ndhero- (lower), akin to Old English under "under, beneath", Old High German untar "under", Latin infra "below, beneath". More at infra-

Prefix[edit]

undar-

  1. beneath, under, what is hidden behind
    undarhuggian "to understand"
    undarsōkian "to examine"
    undarfaran "to go under, steal in"
    undarfindan "to find out"
  2. subordinate to
    undarwerpan "to subdue"