beuk etymology

Dutch word beuk comes from Proto-Germanic *bukkaz (Buck.), Proto-Indo-European *bū-, Proto-Indo-European *bʰōw-

You can also see our other etymologies for the Dutch word beuk. Currently you are viewing the etymology of beuk with the meaning: (Noun) Part of a church building, compare middenbeuk.Part of a church building, compare middenbeuk

Detailed word origin of beuk

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*bukkaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Buck.
*bū- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*bʰōw- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) to swell, inflate, to blow, swell , to dwell
buk Old Dutch (odt)
*bukk Frankish (frk) Buck.
buc Old Dutch (odt)
*būkaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Belly, abdomen. Body.
*buk Frankish (frk)
boc Middle Dutch (dum) Buck, male goat.
būk Old Dutch (odt)
buuc Middle Dutch (dum) Abdomen. Belly. Half of a slaughtered animal.
buc Middle Dutch (dum)
buik Dutch (nld) (nautical) The lowest inner part of a ship's hull, where water accumulates.. Belly. Paunch (referring euphemistically to a protrusive belly).
beuk Dutch (nld) Part of a church building, compare middenbeuk.

Words with the same origin as beuk

Descendants of *bukkaz
bierbuik bierpens bok bokken bokkensprong bokkig bovenbuik buik buikdenning buikdienst buikgriep buikje buikpijn buikschuiver buiktyfus buikvin geitenbok keper onderbuik reebok steenbok uitbuikwandeling zaagbok zondebok
Descendants of *bū-
borie buil etterbuil
Descendants of *bʰōw-
aanbouw boezem bouwdoos bouwen bouwkunde bouwplaats bouwval bouwwerf buikdans googelen opbouw uitbuiken wederopbouw