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Proto-Germanic: *kwíɵu-z / *kwid=́, *kutt(i)ō
Meaning: stomach, womb
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *kʷiɵu-s m. (u) `stomach, womb'
Old Norse: kviδ-r m. `Magen, Bauch, Leib'
Old Swedish: kviɵer `Magen, Mutterleib'
Swedish: kved
Old Danish: kvid `Mutterleib'
Old English: cwiɵ, -es m., cwiɵa, -an m. `womb'; cwidele `Geschwulst'
Dutch: kut f.
Middle Low German: queden `Bauchfell der Eichhörnchen'
Low German: westf. kutte `cunnus'
Old High German: quiti `vulva', quoden `femina, interior coxae pars'
Middle High German: kutel wk. f., kutel-vlëc st. m. `eingeweide von tieren'; kotze st./wk. f. 'hure; vulva'
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *gʷet-er/n-
Meaning: stomach, crop, chest
Hittite: kuttar n. (r/n) 'Partie unter dem Hals und über der Brust beim Menschen, etwa Schulter oder Oberarm' (Tischler 678 f)
Tokharian: A kāts, B kātso (PT *kātsān-) 'belly, stomach, abdomen; womb' (Adams 156)
Germanic: *kwíɵ-u- c. / *kwid=́, *kutt-(i)ō- f. || *kud= (#235)
Latin: botulus, -ī m. `Darm, Eingeweide; Wurst' || guttur n., m. `Kehle; Kropf der Vögel und Menschen; Geschwulst am Halse'
Russ. meaning: зоб, кишки, живот (внутри)
References: WP I 555 f, 560, 671 + REFERNUM 587
Comments: Cf. *gut- 'crop, crest'
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