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Baltic etymology :

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Proto-Baltic: *ger̂- (inf. ger̂-teî 1) 2 vb. tr., *ger̃-tl-iā̃ f., *pra=gar-a- c., *gir-tl-ia- c.
Meaning: drink
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: gérti (gẽria, gḗrē) `trinken', gerklē̃ 'Kehle, Gurgel, Rachen, Schlund, Hals', prã-gara-s 'Vielfrass, grundloser Weg, Abgrund, Hölle'
Lettish: dzer̂t (Salis: dzer̃t, prt. dzêru2) `trinken, saufen, zechen', dzerklis 'aufgetränkltes Kalb', dzirklis 'Trichter, hintere Kammer im Fischkorbe'
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *gʷere-, *gʷrō-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to swallow, to drink, to devour
Old Indian: girati, gilati `to swallow, devour, eat', ptc. gīrṇa-; gará- `swallowing', m. `drink, beverage', tuvi-grí-, -grá- `swallowing much'
Avestan: ǰaraiti `schluckt', -gar `verschlingend'; garǝman- `Kehle, Hals'
Armenian: ker `Speise, Frass', kur `id.', keri `ich ass'; kokord `Kehle'
Old Greek: bibrṓskō `(auf)essen, verzehren', aor. ébrōn. pf. bébrōka, hom. pf. opt. bebrṓthoi̯s; borǟ́ `Frass (eines Raubtiers)', boró- `gefrässig' ; brō̂ma n., brṓmǟ f.; brōtǘ-s, brō̂si-s `Speise, Nahrung'; brōtḗr `Fresser; fressend, verzehrend'; bárathro-n, ep., ion. bérethro-n, ark. dzerethro-n (< *dérethro-n) `Schlund, Abgrund'
Slavic: *žьrǭ, *žertī; *žerǭ, *žьrā́tī; *žerdlo, *žьrdlo
Baltic: *ger̂- (2) vb. tr., *ger̃-tl-iā̃ f., *pra=gar-a- c., *gir-tl-ia- c.
Germanic: *kwír-ɵr-a- m., n.
Latin: vorāre `gierig fressen, verschlingen', vorāx, -ācis `gefrässig', vora f.: comestōrēs, quī rem suam in voram mittunt; carni-vorus, -a, omni-vorus, -a; pl. vorrī (Gl.) `edācēs'
Celtic: *to-gʷrijā; *gʷrāvato-, *gʷrāvanā > OIr tuarae `Speise'; OCymr breuad `Totenwurm', breuan `Aaskrähe'
Albanian: ngranɛ `gegessen'
Russ. meaning: глотать, пить, пожирать
References: WP I 682 f
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Vasmer's dictionary :

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Word: жрать,
Near etymology: жру, нажра́ться, укр. же́рти, жра́ти, жру, блр. жерць, жру, др.-русск. жьрати, жьру, ст.-слав. (по)жрѣти "проглотить", жьрѫ (Супр.), сербохорв. ждѐрати, жде̏ре̑м, словен. žréti, žrèm, др.-чеш. žřieti, žru, чеш. žráti, žeru, слвц. žrаt᾽, žеrеm, польск. żreć, żrę, в.-луж. źrać, žeru, "жрать", žrjeć "пьянствовать, пить", н.-луж. žraś, žеru "жрать", žreś, žru "пить (горькую)".
Further etymology: Родственно лит. gérti, geriù "пить", лтш. dzer̂t, dzer̨u, "пить", др.-инд. giráti, gr̥ṇā́ti "поглощает", garás "питье", авест. gar- "проглатывающий, поглощающий" (в сложениях), арм. keri "я ел", греч. βορά "корм", βορός "прожорливый", βιβρώσκω "ем, пожираю, съедаю", лат. vōro, vorāre "поглощаю"; см. Уленбек, Aind. Wb. 80; Траутман, ВSW 89; Мейе--Вайан 37; М.--Э. 1, 547; Буга, РФВ 75, 156; Вальде 858; Хюбшман 459 и сл.; Френкель, ZfslPh 20, 319; ВSрr. 110 и сл. Следует отделять от жру "творю жертву"; см. Мейе, МSL 14, 379 и сл. Ср. жрец.
Pages: 2,62-63
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Germanic etymology :

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Proto-Germanic: *kwírɵra-n, -z
Meaning: bait
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old High German: querdar `Köder' (10.Jh.)
Middle High German: quërder, korder, körder, kërder, këder, koder, köder st. n., m. `Lockspeise, Flicklappen von Leder, Tuch'
German: Köder
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Pokorny's dictionary :

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Number: 718
Root: gʷer-1, gʷerǝ-
English meaning: to devour; throat
German meaning: `verschlingen, Schlund'
Derivatives: Partiz. Perf. Pass. gʷr̥̄-tó-s, Verbaladjektiv gʷor-ó-s `verschlingend'; gʷrī-u̯ā `Schlundgegend, Hals'
Material: 1. Ai. giráti, giláti, gr̥ṇā́ti `verschlingt' (Fut. gariṣyati, Partiz. gīrṇá- `verschlungen'; -gír (in Kompositis) `verschlingend', -gara- ds. (aja-gara- `Ziegen verschlingend, Boa' :gr. δημο-βόρος, lat. carni-vorus, gr. βορός `gefräßig'), gará- `Trank', gala- `Kehle'(vielleicht zur Parallelwz. *g(ʷ)el- `verschlingen'), tuvi-gri-, -gra- `viel verschlingend';

    av. jaraiti `schluckt', -gar (in Kompositis) `verschlingend' (aspō-gar- `Pferd v.'), f. Pl. `Kehle, Hals', npers. gulū `Kehle', av. garǝman- `Kehle, Hals';

    arm. ker `Speise, Fraß', kur ds. (*gʷur-), eker `aß', kokord `Kehle' (auch krcum `nage'?? Pedersen KZ. 39, 427);

    alb. ngranë `gegessen';

    gr. βορά f. `Fraß, Speise' (= lat. *vorā, wovon vorāre), βορός (s. oben), βιβρώσκω `verzehre', hom. Opt. Perf. βεβρώθοις; βρω̃μα, βρώμη, βρω̃σις `Speise', βρωτήρ `Esser'; βρω- kann auch aus *gʷr̥̄- entstanden sein (Schwyzer Gr. Gr. I 361);

    gr. βάραθρον, hom. βέρεθρον, ark. ζέρεθρον, δέρεθρον `Schlund';

    alb. zorrë `Darm', Pl. `Eingeweide' (`*Fraß, Geschlinge') aus *gʷērnā, dazu zgurdhë (*dz-guorda) `Eingeweide', ánger(r), angúrrë (*a-n-gʷor-nā) ds., Jokl Mél. Pedersen 139 ff.;

    lat. vorō, -āre (s. oben) `verschlingen', vorāgo `Schlund', carni-vorus;

    air. túarae `Speise' (*to-gʷr-ii̯ā?), mcymr. breuad `Totenwurm', breuan `Aaskrähe' (urkelt.*brāvato-, *brāvanā nach Fick II4 181; *brā = gr. βρω-?);

    ahd. querdar `Lockspeise, Köder' (*kver-þra-), nhd. `Köder'; aisl. krās f. `Leckerbissen' (*gʷrē-so-);

    bsl. *girō und *gerō `schlinge' in:

    lit. geriù, gérti, lett. dzeŕu, dzer̂t `trinken' (balt. *geri̯ō aus bsl. *gerō umgebildet), ablaut. lit. gė̃ris m. `Trinken, Trunk' und girà f. `Getränk'; Kaus. lit. gìrdyti, lett. dzir̂dît `tränken';

    slav. *žьr-ǫ, žerti in aksl. pоžъro, požrěti, sloven. požrèm, požrẹ́ti, ačech. požru požřieti `verschlingen', daneben slav. *žerǫ, žьrati in čech. žeru, žráti `fressen', vgl. russ. požrátь `auffressen';

    bsl. Partiz. Perf. Pass. *gīrta- in lit. gìrtas `betrunken': aksl. požrъtъ `devoratus' (*gr̥̄-to-, vgl. ai. gīrṇá- `verschlungen');

    bsl. gurtla- n. `Kropf, Kehle' in:

    apr. gurcle f. `Gurgel', lit. gurklỹs m. `Kropf, Adamsapfel';

    slav. *gъrdlo n. in russ.-ksl. grъlo `Kehle', skr. gȑlo `Hals, Gurgel', poln. gardɫo ds., russ. gorɫo ds., daneben slav. *žьrdlo in russ.-ksl. vozopi žerlom `exclamavit voce' und klr. žórlo `Flußbett'; sowie slav. *žerdlo in sloven. žrẹ́lo `Rachen, Schlund'; aruss. žerelo `Flußmündung';

    balt. -gara- `verschlingend' in lit. pra-garas `Abgrund, Hölle', lett. pragars `Vielfraß' (vgl. oben ai. -gara- `verschlingend', gr. βορός `gefräßig', lat. carni-vorus `fleischfressend').

    2. Mit voller oder gebrochener Reduplikation:

    ai. gárgara-ḥ `Schlund, Strudel'; Intens. ni-galgalīti, ni-jalgulīti `verschlingt', Partiz. járgurāṇa-;

    lat. gurguliō (-ur- wie im Balt.-Slav.) `Gurgel, Luftröhre', gurges `(Schlund =) Strudel, Wirbel, tiefes Gewässer', gurgustium (Suffix nach angustiae) `ärmliches Loch als Hütte oder Kneipe';

    ahd. quer(e)kela, querka `Gurgel', anord. kverk (*gʷergā) `Kropf, wovon afries. querka, anord. kyrkia `erwürgen';

    lit. gargaliúoju `röchle, gluckse'; nach Specht KZ. 59, 1101 hierher lit. gvr̃ĩgšti, gvarždė́ti `heiser sein', lett. gver̂g(z)dêt `knarren, schwatzen'; s. darüber WH. I 628;

    3. Mit Formans -u̯ā-:

    gr. att. δέρη, ion. δειρή, lesb. δερρα̃:, δέρα, dor. δήρα `Hals, Nacken' (*gʷer-u̯ā);

    auf Grund eines ī-Femininums *gʷ(e)rī: *gʷrīu̯ā `Hals, Schlundgegend' in:

    ai. grīvā́ f., av. grīvā `Nacken', lett. grīva `Flußmündung; Dreieckland zwischen Flüssen', grĩvis `langes Gras';

    aksl. griva `Mähne', grivьna `Halsband'.

    4. Als gh-Erweiterung vermutlich hierher *gʷrō̆gh-:

    in gr. ἔβροξε, Aor. `verschlang', hom. ἀνα-, κατα-βρόξειε, ἀνα-βροχείς, βρόξαι ῥοφη̃σαι Hes., βρόχθος m. `Schlund, Kehle';

    mhd. krage `Hals, Kehle, Nacken'; nhd. `Kragen', anord. kragi `Halskragen', mengl. crawe, engl. craw `Kropf der Vögel' (dehnstufig dazu mnd. krōch, krūch `Wirtshaus, Schenke', nhd. Krug in der Bed. `Schenke'? Bed. wie in lat. gurgustium `Kneipe');

    air. brāgae `Hals, Nacken' (*gʷr̥̄g-n̥t-), acymr. abal-brouannou `gurgulionibus' (eigentlich `Äpfel des Halses'), mcymr. breuant `Luftröhre' (urkelt. *brāg-); acorn. briansen `guttur', abret. Brehant-Dincat gl. `guttur receptaculi pugnae', vielleicht aus *br̥g-, Pedersen KG. 100.

    Mit Nasalierung dazu vielleicht gr. βρόγχος m., ion. βρογχίη `Luftröhre', βράγχια, βαράγχια `Fischkiemen; Luftröhrenäste' scheint im Vok. nach βραγχάω `bin heiser', βράγχος `Heiserkeit' umgebildet, das mit air. brongide `heiser' (oben 103) verwandt, aber von βρόγχος zu trennen ist (: ἔβραχε `rasselte, krachte, brüllte', ai. br̥ṃhati `barrire'? Johansson KZ. 36, 345).

    5. Mit reinem Velar: gr. γέργερος βρόγχος Hes., γαργαρεών `Zäpfchen im Munde', γαργαρίζω `gurgle' (: arm. kerkerim `werde heiser'?) vielleicht durch Entlabialisierung nach Formen mitγυρ- (γοργύρη `unterirdisches Gefängnis, Wasserleitung'), doch ist altes ger- neben gʷer- wegen gel- neben gʷel- an sich unbedenklich.

References: WP. I 682 ff., WH. I 627 f., Trautmann 89 f., 98, Specht KZ. 59, 110, 1.
Pages: 474-476
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Nostratic etymology :

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Eurasiatic: *gwVrV
Meaning: to swallow, throat
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *gʷerǝ- 'to swallow' (+*gʷeru̯- 1760, *g(ʷ)rīw-ā- 1761, *gʷrogh- 1762)
Altaic: *k`i̯urge ( ~ -o) (cf. also *gurgi )
Uralic: *kurk(k)V (cf. also *karV (korV-) 'bite', *kerV 'burp, vomit', *kerV)
Kartvelian: *q̇orq̇- ( + *qarq- 840)
Dravidian: *kōr-; ?SDR/Tel. *kur- 'voice; throat' [1549]
Chukchee-Kamchatkan: CKor *karɣъ 'hole' ?
References: МССНЯ 335, ОСНЯ 1, 235-236; ND 656 *gerV 'throat' (SH-Ur. *kerV), 666 *guRʡE or *güRʡV 'throat, neck' (SH-Alt. *gurgi, Drav. *guṛŋg-), 679 *guRK[U] 'throat', 927 *korʡV 'eat (greedily), swallow', 931 *kUri[ħ]u 'throat, neck'. At least two roots (for Kartv. cf. also PNC *q̇ăq̇ari / *q̇ăraq̇i, PY *gǝ(n)kǝŕ); cf. also PA *gurgi 'palate', PD *guṛŋg- 'throat'; PIE *gʷerw-, *gʷerkʷ-, *gʷergʷ- `throat, neck'; Ur. *kerV 'Kehle, Gurgel'.
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Altaic etymology :

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Proto-Altaic: *k`i̯úrge ( ~ -o)
Nostratic: Nostratic
Meaning: to feed, eat
Russian meaning: кормить, есть
Turkic: *KUr(g)-
Mongolian: *korgan
Tungus-Manchu: *xürgi-
Japanese: *kúrá-p-
Comments: The TM and Japanese evidence is rather in favour of the original verbal nature of the root, with the meaning 'fat food, fat' secondarily developed in Mong. (as well as in TM).
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Turkic etymology :

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Proto-Turkic: *KUr(g)-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: food
Russian meaning: пища, еда
Chuvash: xorъś
Comments: Ашм. XVI, 226-227. Isolated in Chuvash, but having probable external parallels.
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Mongolian etymology :

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Proto-Mongolian: *korgan
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: melted fat, oil
Russian meaning: топленый жир, масло
Buriat: xorgotoj (adj.)
Kalmuck: xorɣn (КРС)
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Tungus etymology :

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Proto-Tungus-Manchu: *xürgi-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to raise, feed 2 food, food supply
Russian meaning: 1 растить, кормить 2 пища, продовольствие
Evenki: irgī- 1, irgise 2
Even: irgъ- 1, issъ 2
Negidal: iggi- 1,isse 2
Spoken Manchu: uǯi- 1 (2338)
Literary Manchu: uǯi- 1
Ulcha: xujse 2
Orok: xujse 2
Nanai: xujgie- 1, xujgese 2
Oroch: iggi- 1, iggixe 2
Udighe: igisi- 1
Solon: iggi-, irgi- 1
Comments: ТМС 1, 325-326.
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Japanese etymology :

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Proto-Japanese: *kúrá-p-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to consume, eat
Russian meaning: есть, пожирать
Old Japanese: kura-p-
Middle Japanese: kúráf-
Tokyo: kùra-
Kyoto: kúrá-
Kagoshima: kurá-
Comments: JLTT 716.
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Uralic etymology :

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Number: 1359
Proto: *kurk(k)V
> Nostratic: > Nostratic
English meaning: throat
German meaning: Gurgel
Finnish: kurkku 'Kehle, Gurgel, Rachen, Hals' ( > Saam. N gur'ko -rk- 'throat (inside)', kur`kōs (L) 'Luftröhre' (? if not < ONorse kverk or Slav. *kьrkь)
Estonian: kurk (gen. kurgu) 'Kehle, Gurgel, Rachen, Schlund' [? if not < ONorse or Slav., see above]
Mordovian: kirga, kiŕga, korga (E), kǝ̑rga (M) 'Hals' ?
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Kartvelian etymology :

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Proto-Kartvelian: *q̇orq̇-
Nostratic: Nostratic
Russian meaning: горло, глотка
English meaning: throat
Georgian: q̇orq̇-
Megrel: q̇orq̇-el-, q̇urq̇-el-
Notes and references: ЭСКЯ 213, EWK 418-419. Довольно прозрачна связь с ПСК *q̇ăq̇ari / *q̇ăraq̇i 'горло' (NCED 909), см. Климов 1969, 292.
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Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-Dravidian : *kōr-
Meaning : to drink, eat (greedily)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Proto-South Dravidian: *Kōr-
Proto-Telugu : *krō-l-
Proto-Gondi-Kui : *gronǯ-
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South Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-South Dravidian : *Kōr-
Meaning : to eat (?)
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Malayalam : kōruka
Malayalam meaning : to eat greedily
Kannada : koḷḷu
Kannada meaning : (Hav. S., p. 78) to drink
Number in DED : 2233
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Telugu etymology :

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Proto-Telugu : *krō-l-
Meaning : to drink, eat
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Telugu (Krishnamurti) : krōlu
Number in DED : 2233
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Gondwan etymology :

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Proto-Gondi-Kui : *gronǯ-
Meaning : to drink, guzzle
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Proto-Kui-Kuwi : *gronǯ-
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Kui-Kuwi etymology :

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Proto-Kui-Kuwi : *gronǯ-
Meaning : to drink, guzzle
Gondwan etymology: Gondwan etymology
Kuwi (Israel) : gronj- (-it-)
Number in DED : 2233
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Long-range etymologies :

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Borean (approx.) : KVRV
Meaning : to swallow, throat
Eurasiatic : *gwVrV
Afroasiatic : *gʷarʕ-
Sino-Caucasian : *ḳwVrV́
Amerind (misc.) : *kuri 'eat' (R 212) [+ K]
African (misc.) : Bantu *-kòdò 'throat, gullet'. Bush. *Go̯ru 'throat, pharynx'.
Notes : At least two roots (for Kartv. cf. also PNC *q̇ăq̇ari / *q̇ăraq̇i, Yen. *gǝ(n)kǝŕ; Amer. (R 501) *gwaka 'neck' [+ A]).
Reference : МССНЯ 335, ОСНЯ 235-236; GE 75 *ḳora (with more Amer. data).
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Afroasiatic etymology :

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Proto-Afro-Asiatic: *gʷarʕ-
Meaning: throat, neck
Borean etymology: Borean etymology
Semitic: *gVrʕ- 'throat' ~ *gʷar(gʷ)ar- id.
Western Chadic: *gwar- 'trahea' 1, 'neck' 2
Central Chadic: *gwar- 'neck'
East Chadic: *gyaHar- 'neck'
Central Cushitic (Agaw): *gwirgʷ-Vm- 'throat, neck'
Saho-Afar: *garaʕ- 'throat'
Low East Cushitic: *gawraʕ- 'throat'
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Semitic etymology :

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Number: 115
Proto-Semitic: *gVrʕ-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'throat'
Geʕez (Ethiopian): gʷǝrʕē
Tigrai (Tigriñña): gʷärära
Notes: The vowel of the first syllable may be reconstructed as *-u- causing labialization of the initial velar
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West Chadic etymology :

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Proto-WChadic: *ga/ur-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'trahea' , 'neck' 2
Hausa: gárèèra
Mangas: ngir-si 2 [Cs]
Notes: cp. Hs ma-ko-gwaro 'neck'
wchet-prnum,wchet-meaning,wchet-hsa,wchet-mng,wchet-notes,

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Central Chadic etymology :

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Proto-CChadic: *gwar-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'neck'
Tera: gura [Kr N 49], g'ura [Nm]
cchet-prnum,cchet-meaning,cchet-ter,

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East Chadic etymology :

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Proto-EChadic: *gyaHar-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'neck'
Tumak: gēér [Cp]
Sokoro: gɛ̀rɛ̀ [CLR: 253
Notes: Note that Sokoro has no f./m. preffixes, thus the first consonant belongs to the root.
echet-prnum,echet-meaning,echet-tum,echet-sok,echet-notes,

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Central Cushitic (Agaw) etymology :

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Proto-Agaw: *gwirgʷ-Vm-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'throat, neck'
Bilin: gurgumaa
Awiya (Aungi): gʷergum
Damot: gʷergem
agwet-prnum,agwet-meaning,agwet-bil,agwet-aun,agwet-dmt,

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Saho-Afar etymology :

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Proto-Saho-Afar: *garaʕ-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'throat'
Saho: garaʕ
Afar (Danakil): garaʕ
shoet-prnum,shoet-meaning,shoet-saho,shoet-afar,

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Low East Cushitic etymology :

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Proto-Low East Cushitic: *gawraʕ-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'throat'
Somali: gawraʕ
lecet-prnum,lecet-meaning,lecet-som,

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Sino-Caucasian etymology :

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Proto-Sino-Caucasian: *ḳwVrV́
Meaning: throat
Borean etymology: Borean etymology
North Caucasian: *ḳwVrV
Sino-Tibetan: *khrǝ̄w (~gh-,qh-,Gh-)
Yenisseian: *kǝrVd (~g-,-ʒ)
Basque: *kokor̄
Comments and references : HGC 24, NSC 56 *ḳwVrV. For ST and PY cf. alternatively PNC *gārV.
sccet-meaning,sccet-prnum,sccet-cauc,sccet-stib,sccet-yen,sccet-basq,sccet-notes,

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North Caucasian etymology :

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Proto-North Caucasian: *ḳwVrV
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: craw, crop
Proto-Avaro-Andian: *ḳʷiru
Proto-Tsezian: *q̇ʷVr
Notes: An Av.-And.-Tsez isogloss with somewhat confused correspondences, thus not very reliable. Initial uvular (instead of an expected velar) in PTs may be explained by contamination with another PEC root, *q̇winV q.v.
caucet-prnum,caucet-meaning,caucet-aand,caucet-cez,caucet-comment,

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Avar-Andian etymology :

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Protoform: *ḳʷiru
North Caucasian etymology: North Caucasian etymology
Meaning: crop, craw
Akhvakh: ḳoro
Tindi: ḳoru
Karata: ḳoro (Rats.)
Comments: Cf. also Kar. L.-Enkh. ḳoro id.
aandet-prnum,aandet-meaning,aandet-akv,aandet-tnd,aandet-krt,aandet-comment,

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Tsezian etymology :

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Proto-Tsezian: *q̇ʷVr
North Caucasian etymology: North Caucasian etymology
Meaning: 1 crop, craw 2 throat
Ginukh: q̇ʷar-bašu 2
Khvarshi: q̇ur-na (Radzhibov)
Inkhokvari: q̇ur 1
Comments: PTsKh *q̇ʷVr (the vocalism is not clear). Cf. also Inkh. q̇ir-baji 'throat' (q̇ir possibly as a result of contamination with another PTs root, cf. Tsez. q̇en 'craw').
cezet-prnum,cezet-meaning,cezet-gin,cezet-khv,cezet-inh,cezet-comment,

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Sino-Tibetan etymology :

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Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *khrǝ̄w (~gh-,qh-,Gh-)
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: throat
Chinese: *gh(r)ō throat.
Tibetan: kru-kru windpipe (cf. also mgur, mgul throat, neck, ko-ko throat, chin).
Kachin: ǯǝkhro1 the throat, gullet.
stibet-prnum,stibet-meaning,stibet-chin,stibet-tib,stibet-kach,

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Chinese characters :

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Character:
Modern (Beijing) reading: hóu
Preclassic Old Chinese: gh(r)ō
Classic Old Chinese: gh(r)ō
Western Han Chinese: ɣwā
Eastern Han Chinese: ɣwā
Early Postclassic Chinese: ɣōw
Middle Postclassic Chinese: ɣǝ̄w
Late Postclassic Chinese: ɣǝ̄w
Middle Chinese: ɣʌw
English meaning : throat
Russian meaning[s]: гортань, горло; глотка
Comments: For OC *gh- cf. Xiamen, Chaozhou au2.
Sino-Tibetan etymology: Sino-Tibetan etymology
Dialectal data: Dialectal data
Radical: 30
Four-angle index: 5047
Karlgren code: 0113 f
Jianchuan Bai: ku7-
Dali Bai: ku7-
Bijiang Bai: -qü7
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Chinese Dialects :

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Number: 1355
Chinese etymology: Chinese etymology
Character:
MC description : 流開一平侯匣
ZIHUI: 0814 1564
Beijing: xou 12
Jinan: xou 12
Xi'an: xou 12
Taiyuan: xou 1
Hankou: xou 12
Chengdu: xǝu 12
Yangzhou: xôɨ 12
Suzhou: ɦöy 12
Wenzhou: ɦau 12
Changsha: xôu 12
Shuangfeng: ɣie 12
Nanchang: hɛu 12
Meixian: hɛu 12
Guangzhou: hau 12
Xiamen: hɔ 12; au 12
Chaozhou: au 12
Fuzhou: xeu 12
Shanghai: ɦô 32
Zhongyuan yinyun: xou 12
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Yenisseian etymology :

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Proto-Yenisseian: *kǝrVd (~g-,-ʒ)
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: throat
Ket: kʌĺit6 / kʌĺat6, pl. kʌĺarǝŋ (бак., сур. kʌĺetn5 / kʌĺedǝŋ5)
Yug: kʌlat5,6, pl. kʌladɨŋ5
Arin: u-kurij (Лоск.) "throat"
Comments: ССЕ 237. Werner 1, 462-463 (but the Arin form is omitted, while compared is Kot. kankoi - going back to *gǝ(n)kǝŕ q.v.).
yenet-prnum,yenet-meaning,yenet-ket,yenet-sym,yenet-ari,yenet-notes,

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Basque etymology :

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Proto-Basque: *kokor̄ ~ *kor-ka
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: 1 throat 2 gullet 3 to stuff oneself, gorge oneself
Bizkaian: korka-mizta 2, kokorro-tu 3
Low Navarrese: kokor 1
Lapurdian: kokor 1
Roncalese: kokor 1
basqet-prnum,basqet-meaning,basqet-bzk,basqet-bnv,basqet-lab,basqet-rnc,

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