thrut

 the throw of a stone ; also a fall in wrestling. Lane.

A glossary of provincial and local words used in England. . 1790.

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  • throat — [OE] Throat comes from a prehistoric Germanic base *thrut or *thrūt . This also produced Old English thrūtian ‘swell’, and a related base *strut was the source of the now defunct Middle English strouten ‘bulge, swell’ (not to mention Dutch strot… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • throat — [OE] Throat comes from a prehistoric Germanic base *thrut or *thrūt . This also produced Old English thrūtian ‘swell’, and a related base *strut was the source of the now defunct Middle English strouten ‘bulge, swell’ (not to mention Dutch strot… …   Word origins

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  • birthroot — birth·root bər .thrüt, .thru̇t n any of several trilliums with astringent roots used in folk medicine …   Medical dictionary

  • threat — [OE] Threat originally meant ‘trouble, oppression’; ‘expression of an intention to do harm’ is a secondary sense, which arose out of the notion of ‘putting pressure’ on someone. It came from a prehistoric base *thraut , *threut , *thrut , which… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • throat — O.E. þrote (implied in þrotbolla the Adam s apple, larynx, lit. throat boll ), related to þrutian to swell, from P.Gmc. *thrut (Cf. O.H.G. drozza, Ger. Drossel, O.S. strota, M.Du. strote, Du. strot throat ), perhaps from PIE *trud …   Etymology dictionary

  • threat — [OE] Threat originally meant ‘trouble, oppression’; ‘expression of an intention to do harm’ is a secondary sense, which arose out of the notion of ‘putting pressure’ on someone. It came from a prehistoric base *thraut , *threut , *thrut , which… …   Word origins

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