Index:Proto-Germanic/t

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*targô
*tinan
*taiknan
  • sign, token1
*taiknaz
  • sign1
*taltōnan
  • to sway, dangle, hesitate1
*tindra-
*tangō
*tīmô, *tīmēn(r), *timo(r)
  • time1
*tadan
  • manure1
*triwwiz
  • loyal, faithful, true1
*trudanan
  • to trample1
*tō-kliubanan
  • to split apart1
*-ta
*trēb
  • fringe, rags1 2
*treb-
  • dwelling, settlement1
*trawjan
*twaintigiwiz
*talzijanan
  • to count, enumerate1
*traustijanan
*tugōnan
  • to draw, tear1
*tuppaz
  • top, summit, peak1
  • summit, crest, tuft of hair1 2
*trandijanan
  • to revolve1
*taihwōn
  • taihwǭ1
*twai-
*teldan
  • tent1
*tahran
*tamjanan
*
*twihô
  • doubt1
*twain-
*tunnō
  • tun, barrel, cask1
*tappan
*tappô
*temanan
*tunglan
  • heavenly body, star, orb1
*taumaz
  • that which draws or pulls1
  • pull, draw1
*tugilaz
*tīdiz
  • time, period1 2
*truzlan
  • creature which walks clumsily1 2
*talō
  • calculation, number1 2
*twalif-
*tō-hawwánan
  • to cut to pieces1
*tehswô
  • Old High German: zeso
*talōn
  • number, counting1
*taisilō
*tukkijanan
  • to jerk, knock, strike, offend1 2
  • to draw, jerk, knock, strike, offend1
*truzlanan
  • to walk with short steps1 2
*tanhuz
*taislō
  • thistle1
*tōlan
  • tool1
*that
*tigiwiz
*twiz-
  • apart, in two1
  • apart1
*turdan
  • mud, manure1
*terganan
  • to drag1
*trabō
*taw-
*telgōn
  • twig, branch1
*twiz
  • twice1
*triwwiþō
  • promise, contract1
  • promise, covenant, contract1
*twi-
*taglaz
*taglan
*tilōnan
  • to strive, reach for, aim for, hurry1
*trap-
*tunþskaz
  • tooth1
*teranan
  • to tear, tear apart1 2
*timran
*taugō
*tehun
  • ten1
*tēkanan
  • to touch1 2 3
*teunō
*twisilan
  • fork, bifurcation1 2
*tunnōn
*teuh-
*tōmaz
  • free, available, empty1
  • empty1
*tērīn-
  • Old English: tir
*tōman
  • vacant time, leisure1
*trafan
*taubran
  • magic1
  • magic, sorcery1
*tūnan
  • enclosure1
*tiunijanan
*talōnan
  • to count, recount, tell1
  • to count1
*tiugijan
  • stuff, gear, device1
  • stuff, matter, device", literally "that which is drawn1
*twiznaz
  • thread1
  • thread, twine1
*trauh-
*trewwijanan
*tanhwan
  • Icelandic:
*teuhanan
  • to lead, bring, pull1
  • to draw, lead, bring, pull, help1
  • to lead, bring, pull, draw1
*teuhōnan
*twalif
*tō-bristanan
  • to burst asunder1
*tandijanan
  • to kindle1
*taikniz
  • sign, mark1 2
*tigulōn
*tēpijaz
*tadjanan
  • to strew, scatter1 2
*trewwjaz
*tigō
*tōmijanan
*twīgaz
  • branch, twig1
*tregōnan
  • to become tedious, become lazy, sadden1
*teug-
  • to draw, pull, tug1
*tugô
  • Old High German: zogo
*trudōnan
*twihnaz
  • two each1
*traustan
  • trust, shelter1
*trugan
*trewan
  • tree, wood1 2
*tō-gēnan
  • to go apart1
*tradjanan
  • to go, step, tread1 2 3
*taisanan
  • to tug, separate, shred1
*tasaz
*trukōnan
  • to miss, lack1
  • to fail, miss, lack1
*tregô
*taikuraz
  • brother-in-law1
*twai tigiwiz
*trekanan
  • to push, draw, scratch1
*tuz-
  • hard, difficult, wrong, bad1 2
*to complain, grieve, mourn, care
*tikk-īn-
*tōfijōn
*tawjanan
  • to make, prepare1
*taugijanan
*tanþs, *tanþz(r)
  • tooth1 2
*tassaz
  • heap, mow1
  • heap, mow, stack1
  • heap, mass1
*talkōnan
  • to talk, chatter1
*talan
*traujan
  • wooden vessel1
*tukkōnan
*talaz
  • submissive, pliable1
*turbaz
  • turf, lawn1
*tarwō
*trikanan
  • to drag, scrape, pull1
*tredanan
*tebrekanan
  • to break apart1
*tila-
*thekuz
*trakjanan
  • to drag, scrape, pull1
  • to drag1
*tugiz
*twa-
  • two1
*titrōnan
*trannijanan
*trewwō
*taljanan
  • to count1
*taltrōnan
*taisijanan
  • to separate, tug, shred1
*tullō
  • what is counted or told1
*twīsilō
*targōn
*teguz
  • group of ten1 2 3
*trugaz
*tiranan
  • to tear, tear away1
*tehundô
  • tenth1
*taikijanan
  • to show1
*twiznōnan
  • to thread1
*tund-
*truh-
*tīra-
  • Old English: tir
*tīhanan
  • to blame1
*talôn
*taihwō
  • Icelandic:
*tamaz
*tirōnan
  • to tear, tear apart1 2
*twai
  • two1
*twī-
  • two-, double-1
*telgô
*tungōn
  • tongue1
*ta
  • Dutch: te
  • English: to
  • Middle Dutch: te
  • Old English: to