S. othrond, n. “underground stronghold, underground city”

Reference ✧ WJ/414.3309 ✧ “underground stronghold”

Elements

ost “fort(ress), stronghold, enclosure; city, town (with wall round)” ✧ WJ/414.3609
rond “(vaulted or arched) roof; vaulted chamber or cavern; heavens [as a roof of the world]” ✧ WJ/414.2406

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N. othrond n. “underground city, fortress”

References ✧ Ety/OS.036; Ety/ROD.011; EtyAC/OS.064; EtyAC/ROD.016

Glosses

Variations

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Elements

ost “city, town (with wall round)” ✧ Ety/OS.035; EtyAC/OS.063 (osse)
rhonn “roof, cave” ✧ Ety/OS.043 (rond); Ety/ROD.007

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Derivations

Phonetic Developments

ᴹ√OS > othrond [ostrond] > [osrond] > [oθrond] ✧ Ety/ROD.011