tuig etymology

Dutch word tuig comes from Proto-Indo-European *dukn-, and later Proto-Indo-European *déwkti (To lead. To pull, to draw.)

Detailed word origin of tuig

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*dukn- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*déwkti Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) To lead. To pull, to draw.
*teuhaną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) To lead. To pull behind oneself, draw, drag.
*teugą Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) (collectively) tools; rigging; equipment; stuff. A device used for pulling; handle; lever; gear.
*tiug Old Dutch (odt)
tuyg Middle Dutch (dum)
tuig Dutch (nld) (nautical) rig, rigging. Device. Harness. Riff-raff. Thing.

Words with the same origin as tuig

Descendants of *dukn-
toets tokkelen tokken toucheren