лагерь etymology

Russian word лагерь comes from Proto-Indo-European *logʰeye-, and later Proto-Germanic *legraz (Lying (together with someone).)

Detailed word origin of лагерь

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*logʰeye- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*legraz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Lying (together with someone).
*legrą Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) A lying, a place where one lies; camp.
legar Old High German (ca. 750-1050) (goh)
leger Middle High German (ca. 1050-1500) (gmh)
Lager German (deu) Bearing (mechanical device). Camp. Short for ; lager (beer of low fermentation). Store; deposit.
лагерь Russian (rus) Camp, camp-out. Camp, party, faction.

Words with the same origin as лагерь

Descendants of *logʰeye-
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