hren


hren
hrȅn m <G hrèna>
DEFINICIJA
bot. povrtna biljka (Armoracia lapathifolia) pikantna okusa, korijen se koristi kao začin [ljut kao hren]
ONOMASTIKA
pr. (nadimačka): Hrȅn (1000, Donja Stubica), Hrȅnār (100, Zagreb, Pregrada), Hrènčević (Velika Gorica), Hrènek (Donja Stubica, Jastrebarsko), Hrènić (150, Koprivnica), Hrènković (Velika Gorica), Hrènovac (Slavonija), Hrènović (130, Zagreb, Sesvete)
ETIMOLOGIJA
prasl. *xrěnъ (rus. xren, polj. chrzan) ? ≃ grč. keráin

Hrvatski jezični portal. 2014.

  • hrenþi- — *hrenþi , *hrenþiz germ., stark. Neutrum (i): nhd. Rind; ne. neat (Neutrum); Rekontruktionsbasis: ae., afries., as., ahd.; Hinweis: s. *hrenþi ; Etymologie: s …   Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • hrèn — hréna in hrêna m (ȅ ẹ, é) začimbna rastlina z velikimi listi ali njena korenika ostrega, pekočega okusa: izkopati hren; naribati, nastrgati hren; šunka s hrenom; hud kot hren ♦ gastr. jabolčni hren nariban hren z dodatkom naribanih jabolk,… …   Slovar slovenskega knjižnega jezika

  • hrenþiz — s. hrenþi ; …   Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • Slav de Hren — Music= Slav de Hren s music combines jazz, rock and classical music. This is result of work of two musicians: George Marinov is an underground avant garde guitar player, Svetoslav Bitrakov is an experienced soft jazz and rock… …   Wikipedia

  • Eva Hren — Nom Eva Hren Pays d’origine …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Eva Hren — is a Slovenian guitar player and singer of popular music. She has begun her career as a popular music singer with the Katrinas trio. After leaving the trio, she recorded an individual album Vzhod Zahod . External links *… …   Wikipedia

  • gʷhren- — To think. 1. frantic, frenetic, frenzy, phrenia, phreno ; phrenitis, from Greek phrēn, the mind, also heart, midriff, diaphragm. 2. Extended zero grade root form *gʷhrn̥ d . phrase; …   Universalium

  • gʷhren- —     gʷhren     English meaning: phrenic; soul, mind     Deutsche Übersetzung: “Zwerchfell as Sitz of Geistigen, Verstand, Denken”?     Material: Gk. φρήν “Zwerchfell” (pl. “ intestines, entrails “), ‘soul, ghost, Verstand, heart”, φρονέω “denke” …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • u̯edh-2, u̯ed- before nasal —     u̯edh 2, u̯ed before nasal     English meaning: to lead     Deutsche Übersetzung: “fũhren; heimfũhren, heiraten (vom Manne)”     Material: O.Ind. vadhū f. “bride, young wife, woman”, Av. vaδū ds., vüδayeiti (Kaus.) “leads, zieht”, with upa …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • k̂erǝ-, k̂rā- —     k̂erǝ , k̂rā     English meaning: to mix; to cook     Deutsche Übersetzung: “mischen, durcheinanderrũhren”, partly also “kochen” (vom Umrũhren)     Material: O.Ind. srüyati “kocht, brät”, srīṇüti “mischt, kocht, brät”, srītá “gemischt”,… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary


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