kodër

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See also: koder, köder, and Köder

Albanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Uncertain. Could be from From Proto-Indo-European *ker-d 'short mountain', from *(s)ker-(short). Otherwise from Latin quadrum or from Proto-Indo-European *kaito 'forest'. Compare Romanian codru, Aromanian coduru, Old Persian (H)ara-kadriš(mountain ravine), Welsh cader(fortress), Old Irish cathir(town, city), Umbrian kateramu(congregation), Bulgarian kótor(kótor, hurdle), Gothic haiÞi(haiÞi), Old High German heida 'heath'. For sense development from high ground to city compare Germanic *burg.

Noun[edit]

kodër m

  1. hill