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wear vb 'to hold a load and move it, to be clothed with sth., to produce fruit, to produce fruit', ahd.tragan (8th century), carry, asächs.dragan, mnd.drāgen, mnl.drāghen, nl.dragen, got .dragan 'to carry', semantically different from aengl.dragan 'to drag, to drag, to lengthen, to walk', to draw 'to draw', anord.draga 'to pull, to lure, to drive, to take a breath', swed.dra ( ga) 'to pull' (germ. * dragan). Exceptionally. Links are not secured. From the Germ. ie. * dherāgh-, * dhrā̌gh- 'pulling, dragging on the ground' standing close ie. * trāgh- 'pulling, dragging oneself on the ground, moving, running', for which Latin trahere (tractum) 'pulling, dragging ', as well as ie. * dereg-, why ↗stretch (sd), and ie. * dhreg̑-' pull, pull, slide, graze ', to which aind.dhrájati' glides, moves, flies' and (doubtful) ↗ drink (sd); Connection of these variants to roots like ie. * Der (ə) - peel, (ab) split ’(see divide, ↗zraren) or ie. * Dher (ə) - hold, hold, support’ is possible. The starting point for carrying seems to be ‘sliding on the ground, dragging, pulling’ (of loads) from which carrying ’develops (by pack animals, people). Stretcher for ‘frame for carrying sick people, loads, carrying basket’ (around 1400). Porter with ‘who carries loads’, ahd.tragāri (8th century), mhd.trager, treger, since the 14th century with umlaut. wearable adj. 'bearable', mhd.tragebære, 'to carry, transportable, (of clothes) good, comfortable to carry, dressy, financially affordable' (18th century), older 'pregnant, fertile, well supported' (17th century) . to 19th century); intolerable adj. ‘economically, financially unreasonable, unbearable’ (18th century), older ‘not pregnant, sterile’ (16th to 19th century). to remove vb ‘Sth. remove, remove, level, tear down, wear down (items of clothing) by wearing them, gradually pay ’, mhd. from this reduced removal with ‘impairment, reduction, payment, reparation’, mhd.abetrac ‘removal, fraud, penance, compensation’; detrimental adj. ‘harmful, disadvantageous’ (early 16th century), mhd. to apply vb ‘Offer, propose’, ahd.anatragan (9th century), mhd.Applied ragen bring up, carry, lead, employ, instigate ’; Application with ‘application, written request, formal proposal, marriage proposal’, mhd.antrac attack ’, derived from the verb to apply in the sense of to instigate’; apply for vb ‘Make an application, ask for, propose something’ (19th century). to apply vb 'Carrying food on the table, serving, spreading, exaggerating, obliging sb. To do sth., Wearing items of clothing to the point of wear, puffing up', wearing mhd. 'Striving upwards, reaching up', reflexively 'getting up, explaining, sacrifice'; Order with ‘(instruction), task, obligation’ (17th century), regression from the verb; commission derived from this Vb. ‘So. Place an order ’and an agent with‘ who has to carry out an order ’(both end of the 18th century). amount to Vb. 'To achieve a certain amount, height, a certain amount' (17th century), reflexively 'behave, act, behave' (18th century), carry, bring, endure, reconcile "to settle", "reflexively" to nourish oneself, to make do with oneself, be content, to deal with, to deal with "; Amount with ‘certain amount, sum of money’ (18th century); see mhd.betrac ‘contract, settlement, consideration, concern’. to enter vb 'carry to one place, collect at a certain point', then 'bring income, profit, discard' (16th century), 'register, write in, note' (17th century), ahd.intragan 'carry in' (9th cent.), Mhd.īto carry, also 'bring in, use'; to be entered in the sense of write in ’, entry with‘ written note, comment entered at a certain point, (files) note ’(17th century); cf. mhd.īntrac ‘damage, disadvantage, objection, objection’, to do this the turn of a thing ‘they impair, be detrimental to it, they harm’, mhd.īntrac tuon. to endure vb ‘Accept unpleasant things without rebelling, endure’, bear with care ‘tolerate, endure’, in the 16th century in the now obsolete meaning ‘bring in, throw off benefit’; in addition, yield m. ‘certain amount of goods produced (especially in agriculture), yield, financial gain’ (16th century); tolerable adj. ‘made to be endurable’, unbearable adj. (both 16th century). tolerate vb '(physically, mentally) endure without harm', reflexively 'fit together well, get along with each other', ahd.firtragan (8th century), carry away, entice, endure, endure, put up with, spare, reconcile, conclude a contract'; tolerable adj. ‘sociable, peaceful, digestible’, mhd.compatible, contractual, actually bearable ’, cf. ahd.unfirtragantlīh‘ unbearable ’(11th century), mhd. and early. occasionally still tolerable. Contract with ‘legally valid agreement, agreement between two or more partners, contract’, mhd.vertrac ‘agreement, compatibility, duration, profit’; contractually adj. festgelegt determined by contract, according to the contract ’(end of the 19th century), first adverb. to recite vb ‘Carry forward, (to eat) in front’, ahd.furitragan, mhd.vür-, recite, mnd.project, -dregen, ‘put forward in words, expound’ (14th century). Lecture with ‘oral presentation, speech’ (around 1500). to add vb ‘Sth. bring to somebody, (secretly) convey, communicate ’, reflexively‘ happen, happen ’(15th century), ahd.zuotragan’ bring ’(around 1000); Informer m. Who delivers news to others (secretly) ’(15th century); beneficial adj. ‘promoting health, digestible, beneficial, useful’ (16th century), to the verb add in the outdated meaning use ’or to the now uncommon noun contribution benefit’.