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Meaning: "horn" | Query method: Equal
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Proto-IE: *k'era(w)-, *k'rū-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: horn
Hittite: karawar n. (r/n) 'Horn', h.l. [sù]ra/inì (Tischler 500f)
Avestan: srū-, srvā- 'Horn; Nagel an Fingern und Zehen'
Old Greek: kéras, gen. ep. *-raos, att. -rōs, -rātos, at. ep. -rai, Hdt. -rei, att. -rāi̯, pl. nom.-acc. ep. -rā/-raa, att. -rāta, gen. ep. -ráōn, att. -rō̂n/-rā́tōn, dat. -rāsi/-rasi, ep. -ráessi `Horn, Blas-, Trinkhorn'; keraó- `gehörnt'; keras-phóro-s
Germanic: *xur-n-a- m., n.
Latin: cornū, -ūs n. `Horn'
Celtic: Galat acc. kárnon труба, рог (Hsch.); Gaul kárnüks (Eustath.) `Trompete', Cymr, Corn, Bret karn `Huf der Einhufer'; MIr crū `Huf'
Russ. meaning: рог
References: WP I 403 f
Comments: Cf. #499 *k'ar-; *k'eras-, *k'rās- 'head'
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