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 related to 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 котор (kotor, 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