Gaw past herbered
'to lodge'(Modern English harbour, habor)
From late OE herebeorgian, probably formed on herber. Cp. OIcel herbergja ‘to harbour a person; lodge, take in’ (wk. 1 but also appearing as wk. 2 from the 14c. onwards), OHG heribergōn, MDu herbergen.
*xarjaz + *ƀerʒō
Proposed ON Etymon (OIcel representative)
cp. herbergja ‘to harbour a person; lodge, take in’
(ONP cp. herbergja (1) and (2) (vb.))
Other Scandinavian Reflexes
Far herbergi, Icel herbergi, Norw herbyrgi, Dan herberg(e), Sw härberge
herebeorgian 'to take up one's quarters, lodge'
Phonological and morphological markers
Common and widespread in ME (also in place-names: see EPNE); on the late OE attestations see SPS.
Occurrences in the Gersum Corpus
Gaw 805, 2481