Lateinische Sprachrelikte im bayerischen Dialekt

Flurnamen

Ur-Bayerisch ist keine Variante der deutschen Sprache, sondern Latein.

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  • Quelle ww.tara.tcd.ie/bitstream/2262/3921/1/jssisiVolXII263_294.pdf
    SHAN. SHAN figures very, numerously as a prefix to Townland names, there being over 400 such cases in the Index. It is an anglicised form of the Irish sean, "old", "ancient" as Shanbally, sean baile, "old town". The word sean is also found in the Gaelic of Scotland, as in Shantir (sean tir), "old land" (Ayrshire), and in Manx in the form shenn, as Shenvalla, "old farm".
  • Quelle Galick and English vocabulary
    sean-talamh = a fallow field = brachliegendes Land;
  • sean tir sand
    sean tir
  • Querverweis, siehe dazu auch Link Sand unter Ortsnamen