þunor

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From Proto-Germanic *þunraz, from Proto-Indo-European *(s)tenh₂-.

Cognate with Sanskrit स्तनति (stanati, resound, reverberate, roar, thunder), Ancient Greek στένω (sténō, moan, groan, sigh), Latin tonō, Old Church Slavonic стенати (stenati) (Russian стена́ть (stenátʹ)), Lithuanian steneti.

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þunor m

  1. thunder
  2. (Germanic mythology) An Old English god, equivalent to the Norse Thor, associated with the Roman Jupiter.

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