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Proto-Baltic: *wē̂dar-a- (2), *wē̂der-a- (2) c.
Meaning: belly, guts
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: vḗdara-s, dial. vḗdera-s `Eingeweide, (Wurst)magen, Unterleib; Wurst'
Lettish: vę̂dęrs, vę̂dars `Bauch; vortstehende Erhabenheit'
Old Prussian: weders `Bauch' V. 122, `Magen' V. 132
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *wed-er- (Gr hw-?)
Meaning: belly, intestines
Old Indian: udára- n. `belly, abdomen, stomach; cavity, hollow, inside'
Avestan: udarō-ɵrąsa- 'auf dem Bauch kriechend (von Schlangen)'
Old Greek: {hódero-s = gastḗr Hsch. - nowhere found but in WP and Pok.!}
Baltic: *wē̂dar-a- (2), *wē̂der-a- (2) c.
Latin: uterus, -ī m.; uter, -ī m.; uterum, -ī n. `Unterleib, Bauch, bes. Mutterleib, Gebärmutter'
Russ. meaning: живот, внутренности
References: WP I 190 f
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