Pore


Pore
Pore Sf std. (15. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus l. porus m., dieses aus gr. póros m., eigentlich "Durchgang", zu gr. poreĩn "auf dem Weg bringen, hinüberbringen, schicken" u.ä., zu gr. pérān "drüben, hinter, jenseits". Adjektiv: porös.
   Ebenso nndl. porie, ne. pore, nfrz. pore, nschw. por, nnorw. pore. Zur germanischen Verwandtschaft s. fahren.
DF 2 (1942), 596f.;
Weimann, K.-H. DWEB 2 (1963), 401. lateinisch gr.

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