Lateinische Sprachrelikte im bayerischen Dialekt

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

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  • Originaltext:beim Knockfeld; am nördlichen Berghang des Knock. Flurteil
  • Quelle Buck: Knock m. Nacken, Buckel, Bühl. Vgl. altirisch cnocc = Höcker, Hügel
  • Quelle ht tp://www.tara.tcd.ie/bitstream/2262/3921/1/jssisiVolXII263_294.pdf
    KNOCK. -KNOCK is of very common occurrence in Irish topography, there being 44 Townlands so named, and over 1,700 which have KNOCK for their initial syllable. It is in Irish cnoc, "a hill," as Knockreagh, cnoc Hack, " gray hill." The Scottish Gaelic is also cnoc, as Knockmarloch,"thieves" hill" Wigtownshire, and this word is also found in Manx, as Knocksharry, " foals' hill.
  • Knock cnoc = ein Hügel, keltisch = a hill
  • Querverweis, siehe dazu auch Knock unter Ortsnamen