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Lexember 1st: ‘motor’, ‘mechanic’

Weǧins


/ˈwe.ʤins/ n.st.f.i motor, engine.

From weǧin ‘to cause to move’ (Middle Valthungian wegžjen, from Old Valthungian wegjan, from Griutungi wagjan; cf. Gothic wagjan, from ProtoGermanic wagjaną) and deverbial suffix -ins (Middle and Old Valthungian -īns, from Griutungi -īns; cf. Gothic -eins, from ProtoGermanic -īniz).

Weǧiris

/ˈwe.ʤi.ris/ n.st.m.ija mechanic, machinist. One who builds or repairs engines. 

From weǧin ‘to cause to move’ (Middle Valthungian wegžjen, from Old Valthungian wegjan, from Griutungi wagjan; cf. Gothic wagjan, from ProtoGermanic wagjaną) and agentive suffix -iris, -aris (Middle Valthungian -(j)arīs, from Old Valthungian -(j)ārīs, from Griutungi -(j)ārīs; cf. Gothic -(j)āreis, from Latin -ārius).

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