ambaht

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Old High German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *ambahtiją ‎(service, office), derivative of Proto-Germanic *ambahtaz ‎(servant), from Gaulish *ambactos ‎(servant), from Proto-Indo-European *ambʰi- ‎(around) + Proto-Indo-European *aǵ- ‎(to drive). More at umbe, agent.

Noun[edit]

ambaht n

  1. service

Descendants[edit]


Old Saxon[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *ambahtą, *andbahtiją ‎(service, office), derivative of Proto-Germanic *ambahtaz ‎(servant), from Gaulish *ambactos ‎(servant), from Proto-Indo-European *ambʰi- ‎(around) + Proto-Indo-European *aǵ- ‎(to drive). More at umbe, agent. Akin to Old English ambiht and Old High German ambaht.

Noun[edit]

ambaht n

  1. service