From: Brian M. Scott
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Brian M. Scott" <bm.brian@...> wrote:[...]
>> At 5:14:56 AM on Thursday, March 1, 2012,
>> Bhrihskwobhloukstroy wrote:
>>> If crash is of Middle English origin, how do You explainS/D/N <kras>; S <krasa>, D/N <krase>; S <krasch>.
>>> the corresponding words in other languages?
>> Outside of Continental Scandinavian, where they also seem
>> to be late and look like parallel echoic formations, I
>> see no corresponding words in other languages. In
>> particular, I do not think that <crash> and <crack> are
>> related by any regular derivational process.
> Which words in Continental Scandinavian were you thinking