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Etymology 1

Germanic 1Edit

  1. *jōtą (act of yeeting, noun) + *-janą: yoot + umlaut
  2. *jētaną (to soar, fly, verb) + *-janą: yeet + umlaut
  3. *jōtuz (flying, adjective) + *-janą: yeet + ∅
Verb

*jōtijaną (weak)

  1. to yeet (throw)
Descendants
  • Old English: ġētan
    • Middle English: ȝeten
      • English: yeet
      • Scots: yeet
  • Old Frisian: jēta
    • North Frisian: jete
    • Saterland Frisian: jäite
    • West Frisian: jiete
  • Old Saxon: jōtjan, jōtian
    • Middle Low German: jôten, jöten
      • Low German: jöten
  • Frankish:
    • Old Dutch: juoten
      • Middle Dutch: joeten
        • Dutch: joeten
          • Afrikaans: joet
          • Sranan Tongo: joe
        • Luxembourgish: jote
  • Old High German: juozen, juozzen
    • Middle High German: jüezen
      • Alemannic German: jüese, jüesse
      • Bavarian: jiassn
      • Central Franconian: jösse, josse, joße
      • Cimbrian: jissan
      • German: jüßen
      • Luxembourgish: jéissen
      • Pennsylvania German: jisse
      • Yiddish: yuzn
  • Old Norse: œta
    • Icelandic: æta
    • Faroese: øta
    • Norwegian: øte
    • Old Swedish: ø̄ta
      • Swedish: öta
    • Old Danish: øtæ
      • Danish: øda
  • Gothic: jōtjan
Etymology 2

From Proto-Indo-European *yewd-.

Armenian 2Edit

Adjective

unreconstructed

  1. light (not heavy)
Descendants
  • Old Armenian: yutʿ
    • Armenian: yutʿ

Germanic 2Edit

Verb

*jautaną (strong class 7)

  1. to yeet (throw)
Descendants
  • Old English: ġēatan
    • Middle English: ȝeten
      • English: yeet
      • Scots: yeet
  • Old Frisian: jēta
    • North Frisian: jiete
    • Saterland Frisian: jeete
    • West Frisian: jitte
  • Old Saxon: jōtan
    • Middle Low German: jôten
      • German Low German: jöten
  • Frankish: jautan, joutan, jotan
    • Old Dutch: jōtan
      • Middle Dutch: jôten
        • Dutch: joten
          • Afrikaans: joot
        • Limburgish: joeate
        • West Flemish: jotn
    • Old French: joter, juter
      • Middle French: jouter
        • French: jouter
      • Middle English: jutten
        • English: jutt
        • Scots: jutt
  • Old High German: jōzan, jōzan, jōzzan
    • Middle High German: jōzen, jutzen
      • German: joßen
      • Hunsrik: jose
      • Luxembourgish: joussen
    • Italian: giozzare
  • Old Norse: auta
    • Icelandic: auta
    • Faroese: eyta
    • Norwegian: øte
    • Old Swedish: ø̄ta
      • Swedish: öta
    • Danish: øde
    • Westrobothnian: auta
  • Gothic: jautan
    • Galician: jotar
    • Portuguese: jotar

Italic 2Edit

Noun

unreconstructed

  1. wind
Descendants
  • Latin: iutis
    • Vulgar Latin: iutina
      • Old French:
        • Middle French:
          • French: jouenne
      • Old Occitan:
        • Old Catalan:
          • Catalan: jotna
      • Old Portuguese:
        • Galician: xodia
        • Portuguese: jôdea