Lemizh / English dictionary
self-transporting: to walk somewhere-dat etc.;
(mathematics) a vector
dnà trÌtir. to make a bad move, to shoot oneself in the foot (lit. ‘to walk into the ashes’)
This word can connote walking somewhere for a purpose, or walking with an aim, as fràw. is the go-to word for ambling aimlessly.
< NLem dn‑a
< LMLem drn‑a ‘run’
< MLem drnu‑a
< OLem drnu‑
< PLem *drnu‑, nasal-infix present of
< PIE *dreu̯‑
doublet of dràw.
Ved drávati ‘runs’, Cro Drava and other European river names; Eng dromedary is from a related PIE root