Ware


Ware
Ware Sf std. (13. Jh.), mndd. ware, mndl. ware Stammwort. Afr. ware, were, ae. waru, spanord. vara. Trotz der späten Bezeugung liegt offenbar ein Erbwort g. * wazō f. "Ware" voraus; zu ig. * wes- "(ver)kaufen" in heth. waši "kauft", akslav. věniti "verkaufen" sowie ai. vasná- n. "Preis", gr. õnos m. "Preis" und l. vēnum dare/īre "verkaufen, verkauft werden".
   Ebenso nndl. waar, ne. ware, nschw. vara, nisl. vara; Hardware.
Richter, G. in Dückert (1976), 173-214;
Szemerényi, O. ZVS 93 (1979), 118-122. Zur Entlehnung ins Finnische s. Koivulehto (1991), 39, 83, 114. west- und nordgermanisch iz.

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