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Number: 983
Root: k̂lou-ni-
English meaning: hip
German meaning: `Hinterbacke, Hüfte'
Material: Ai. śrōṇi- m. f., av. sraoni- f. `Hinterbacke, Hüfte';

    lat. clūnis `Hinterbacke, Hinterkeule, Steiß bei Menschen und Tieren' (clunāculum `kleines Schwert oder Dolch, das man hinten trug');

    cymr. corn. clun f. `Hüfte', bret. klun `Hinterbacke';

    aisl. hlaun n. `Hinterbacke';

    lit. šlaunìs `Hüfte, Oberschenkel, Deichselarm', lett. slauna `Hüfte'; apr. slaunis `Oberschenkel'.

    Die Lautform von gr. κλόνις, -ιος `Steißbein' ist noch unerklärt.

References: WP. I 499, WH. I 239, Trautmann 306, Specht Idg. Dekl. 162.
Pages: 607-608
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *k'lonw-i-, *k'loun-i-
Meaning: thigh, croup
Old Indian: śróṇi- m., f. `hip and loins, buttocks'
Avestan: sraoni- f. 'Hinterbacke, Hüfte'
Old Greek: klóni-s, -ios f. `Steissbein'
Baltic: *člaun-i-, *člaûn-ā̂ (1), *člaun-iā̃ (2) f.
Germanic: *xlaun-ō f.
Latin: clūnis, -is m., f. `Hinterbacke, Hinterkeule, Steiss'
Celtic: Cymr, Corn clun `Hüfte', Bret klun `Hinterbacke'
Russ. meaning: бедро, круп
References: WP I 499 f
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Baltic etymology :

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Proto-Baltic: *člaun-i-, *člaûn-ā̂ (1), *člaũn-iā̃ (2) f.
Meaning: thigh, hip
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šlaunì-s, gen. -iẽs `Hüfte, Oberschenkel'
Lettish: slaũna, slàune, slaun-s `Schenkelstück am Fleisch, Keule am Vogel
Old Prussian: slaunis 'Oberschenkel' V. 139, slaune `Arme (= Deichselarme an der Vorderachse des Wagens)' V. 300
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Germanic etymology :

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Proto-Germanic: *xlaunō
Meaning: hip, thigh
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: hlaun f. `Lende; Hinterbacke'
Norwegian: laun
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