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Proto-IE: *krawǝk-, -g- (/ Indoir -k'-)
Meaning: to shout; (to) crow
Old Indian: króśati `to cry out, shriek, yell', króśa- m. `cry, yell, shriek'
Avestan: xravsaiti `kreischt, schreit'
Other Iranian: NPers xurōs `Hahn'
Old Greek: krau̯gǟ́ f. `Geschrei, lautes Rufen'; kraugó-s m. 'woodpecker' Hsch., *kraugṓn: kaugón 'id.' Hsch.
Slavic: *krūkъ `ворон'
Baltic: *kraũk- vb.
Germanic: *xruk-ja- vb., *xruk-a- m.
Celtic: MIr crū `Rabe' (?)
Russ. meaning: кричать; ворона
References: WP I 413 f
Proto-IE: *k(')rAy-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: ram, deer
Old Greek: krīó-s m. `Widder, Schafbock'
Germanic: *xrai-n-a- m.
Russ. meaning: скот (баран/олень)
References: WP I 403 f
Proto-IE: *krāwǝ- (~ -ō-)
Meaning: to cover, to heap
Slavic: *krɨ̄́jǭ, *krɨ̄́tī; *krɨ̄́ša; *krovъ; *krovljā
Baltic: *kraû-/*kreû- (1) vb. tr., *krau-jā̂, *kreuw-ā̂, *krūw-ā̂, *kruw-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *xrau-n-a- n.; *xráu-s-iō f., *xráu-s-ia- n., *xrū́-s-ō(n-) f.; ? *xrō[b]-a- n., m.
Russ. meaning: закрывать, валить в кучу
References: WP I 477
Proto-IE: *kreis-
Meaning: straw, stem
Baltic: *krai[s]=
Germanic: *xrī́s-a- n., *xrīs-t=
Latin: crīnis, -is f., m. `das Haar, bes. Haupthaar', crista f. `Kamm am Kopfe der Tiere'
Russ. meaning: соломина, стебелек
References: WP II 568 f
Proto-IE: *kreiw-
Meaning: left, curved
Old Greek: *kroi̯wó-: kroiós = nosṓdēs, asthenḗs Hsch., = kolobós Theognost.
Slavic: *krīvъ(jь)
Baltic: *kreĩ-w-a- adj., *kreĩs-a- adj., *kreî-s-w-a- adj., *krai-l-a- adj., *kreî-l-ia- c.,
Russ. meaning: левый, кривой
References: Fraenkel 203
Comments: Cf. Greek kríko-s, kírko-s 'Ring'.
Proto-IE: *krek-
Meaning: spawn of frogs
Slavic: *krekъ, *krę̄kъ, *krēkъ в т. ч. `лягушечья икра' (контаминации)
Baltic: *krak-ul-a-, *kur̂k-ul-ia- (1) c.
Germanic: *xrug-ōn- f., *xrug-n-a- m., n.
Russ. meaning: лягушечья икра
References: WP I 483
Proto-IE: *krek-
Meaning: a k. of bird
Tokharian: B kranko 'chicken' (Adams 213)
Old Indian: kr̥kara-, krakara-, kr̥kaṇa-, krakaṇa- m. `a k. of partridge', kr̥ka-vā́ku- m. `cock; peacock', kr̥kaṣā, kr̥kālikā f. `bird names'
Avestan: kahrkāsa- m. `Geier'
Other Iranian: NPers kark `Hahn'
Old Greek: kréks, gen. krekós f. N. eines Vogels, mit dem Kampfhahn (Machetes pugnax) od. mit dem Wiesenknarrer (Rallus crex) gleichgesetzt
Slavic: *krečetъ
Baltic: *krak-iā̃, -ā̂ f.
Russ. meaning: птица (вид)
References: WP I 413 f
Proto-IE: *krek'-
Meaning: to weave
Old Greek: krékō, aor. kréksai̯ `ein Gewebe (fest)schlagen, weben, ein Saiteninstrument mit dem Plektron schlagen', krókǟ `Einschlag des Gewebes, Einschlagfaden, Faden, (wollenes) Gewebe'; króks, acc. króka, pl. krókes f. `id.'; kregmó-s m. `Laut von Saiteninstrumenten', (vom Pferde)', krokǘs, -ǘdos f. `Wollflocke'
Slavic: *krosno
Baltic: *krek-l-iā̃ f., -ia- c.
Germanic: *xráx-il-a- m., *xríx-ul-a- m., *xrag-il-a- m.
Russ. meaning: ткать
References: WP I 483
Proto-IE: *krek'-
Meaning: to punch, to strike fire
Old Greek: krékō `schlage, klopfe; spiele ein Saiteninstrument mit dem Plektron' (см. предыдущий)
Slavic: *kresā́tī, *kresjǭ
Russ. meaning: бить (ударом кисти), высекать огонь
References: WP I 483 f
Proto-IE: *krek-
Meaning: to coagulate
Slavic: *krekъ, *krę̄kъ
Baltic: *krek- vb. intr., *krek-ē̂- vb., *krek-en-ā̂ f.
Celtic: *krenkto- > OIr crēth `Wunde', Cymr creithen f. `Narbe, Schramme',OBret creithi `ulcera', MBret cre(i)zenn `Narbe'
Russ. meaning: свертываться (о крови)
References: WP I 483 f
Proto-IE: *krem-
Meaning: flint, fire-wood
Slavic: *kremɨ̄, gen. -ene
Baltic: *krem-a-, *kram-a- c.
Latin: cremō, -ātum, -āre `verbrennen, äschere ein', cremium, -ī `Brennholz'
Other Italic: Umbr krematra `Instrument zum Verbrennen der Eingeweide auf Rost oder Kohlen'
Russ. meaning: зажигательное устройство
References: WP I 418 f
Comments: Differently in Pok.
Proto-IE: *krema-
Meaning: to hang
Old Greek: kremánnǖmi, krímnǟmi, krḗmnǟmi, kremnáō, kremáō, kremnázdō, intr. krémamai tr. `hängen, aufhängen', itr. `hangen, schweben'; kremáthrǟ f. `Hängematte, -korb; Hängestrick', kremás f. `abschüssig; krēmnó-s m. `jäher Abhang, Berghöhe'
Slavic: *krǭ̀tъ(jь)
Baltic: *kram̂- (2): *kram̃-t-a- c., *kram-t-i- c.
Germanic: *xram-ja- vb.
Russ. meaning: висеть, вешать
References: WP I 412 (differently in Pok. and Vasmer)
Proto-IE: *krengh-
Meaning: circle, round obj.
Slavic: *krǭgъ
Germanic: *xring-a- m., *xring-iōn- f.; *xrung-ōn- f.
Russ. meaning: круг, круглый предмет
References: WP II 568 f
Proto-IE: *krep-
Meaning: dark, false
Baltic: *krā̂p- (*krā̂p-a-, -ja-) vb. tr.
Latin: creper, -a, -um 'dämmerig, dunkel, ungewiss, zweifelhaft', creperum, -ī 'сумерки'
Russ. meaning: темный, лживый
References: Fraenkel 301
Proto-IE: *kret-
Meaning: quick; to move quickly
Baltic: *krē̃t- (*kret-ja-) vb. tr., *krat-ī̂- vb., *kret-al-a- c., *krat-al-a- c., *krat-ā̂ f., *kret-ē̂- vb., *krat-u- adj., *krit- (*kret-a-) vb. intr.
Germanic: *xráɵ-a-/*xrad-á- adj.
Celtic: MIr crothaim `schüttle'
Russ. meaning: быстрый; быстро двигаться
References: WP I 484
Proto-IE: *kret-
Meaning: sieve
Baltic: *kret-ul-ia- c.
Germanic: *(x)ri-d-a- vb., *(x)ri-dl=
Russ. meaning: сито
References: WP I 484
Proto-IE: *k(')ret-
Meaning: to hit, to beat
Old Greek: króto-s m. `Schlagen der Hände und Füsse, der Ruder usw, Getöse, das Klatschen, Beifallgeklatsche', krotẹ̄̂n `rasseln (machen), schlagen, stampfen, klatschen', pl. krótala n. `Klappern, Klapperbleche, Becken, Kastagnetten'
Germanic: *xrind-a- vb., *xrind-ō- vb.
Russ. meaning: толкать, бить
References: WP I 484
Proto-IE: *krewa-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: (raw) meat, (fresh) blood
Old Indian: kravís- n. `raw flesh', krūrá- `wounded, hurt, sore'
Avestan: xrūra- 'blutig, grausig, grausam', acc. xrūm 'Stück blutiges Fleisch', xrvant- 'grauenhaft, grausig, usw.'
Old Greek: kréas, gen. kréōs, pl. kréa, gen. ion., att. kreō̂n, hom. krẹ̄ō̂n, HHom. kreáōn n. `Fleisch, Fleischstück'
Slavic: *krɨ̄, gen. *krъve
Baltic: *kraũ-ja- c., -jā̂ f.
Germanic: ? *xrḗw-a-, *xraw-a- adj.
Latin: cruor, -ōris m. `das rohe, dicke Blut ausserhalb des Körpers', cruentus, -a `blutig, blutbespritzt'
Celtic: MIr crō; Cymr crau, Corn crow `Blut'
Russ. meaning: сырое мясо; свежая кровь
References: WP I 478 f
Proto-IE: *krewǝk-
Meaning: backbone, skeleton
Baltic: *kreûk-l-a- c.
Germanic: *xrug-ja- m.
Celtic: Ir crocenn 'Rücken'; ? Gaul Penocrucium
Russ. meaning: хребет, костяк
References: Fraenkel 295 f (different in Pok.)
Proto-IE: *krē̆p-
Meaning: strong
Slavic: *krēpъkъ(jь), *krēpī́tī
Germanic: *xrē[f]-ia- vb.
Celtic: Cymr craff `stark' (< *krepno-); cryf `fortis, gravis'; Corn crif `fortis', Bret creff (< *krĕp-)
Russ. meaning: крепкий
References: WP I 487
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