A word meaning “flow, course of river” derived from the root ᴹ√RAT (Ety/RAT). It probably developed from an nasal-infixed variant of the root such ✱✶ranta, as suggested by Helge Fauskanger (AL-Ilkorin/rant).
noun. flow, course of river
- N. rant “lode, vein” ✧ Ety/RAT
- ᴹ√RAT “walk, go in a line (as a road), go in a line (as a road), walk” ✧ Ety/RAT
- Ilk. Adurant
Development Stages Sources ᴹ√RAT > rant [ranta] > [rant] ✧ Ety/RAT