Türkische aussprache thrông
Etymologie [ 'thro[ng] ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English, from Old English þrang, ġeþrang (“crowd, press, tumult”), from Proto-Germanic *þrangwan, *þrangwō (“throng”), *þrangaz (“push, drive”), from Proto-Indo-European *trenk(w)- (“to beat, hew, press”). Cognate with Dutch drang (“crowd, urge, push, impulse”), German Drang (“urge, drive, impulse”), Danish trang (“urge”), Norwegian trong (“need”), Icelandic þröng (“narrow, tightly pressed, crowd, throng”). More at thring.