Türkische aussprache grʌb
Etymologie [ 'gr&b ] (verb.) 14th century. From hypothetical Old English root grubbian, from West Germanic *grubbjan (compare Old High German grubilon "to dig, search," German grübeln "to meditate, ponder"), from Proto-Germanic *grub- (“to dig”). The noun sense of "larva" (c.1400) may derive from the notion of "digging insect" or from the possibly unrelated Middle English grub "dwarfish fellow." The slang sense of "food" is first recorded 1659, has been linked with birds eating grubs or with bub "drink."