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Proto-IE: *reup-
Meaning: to tear, to peel
Old Indian: ropáyati `to cause violent pain; to break off', rúpyati `to suffer violent pain (in the abdomen)'; ropa- n. `fissure, hole'
Slavic: *rūpītī, *rɨ̄pātī, *rūpā
Baltic: *raũp- vb. tr.
Germanic: *riuf-a- vb., *raub-ṓ- vb., *raub-á- m., n., *rau[b]-ō f.; *raup-ja- vb., *ru[f]=, *rupp-ō- vb.
Latin: rumpō, -ere, rūpī (OLat rūpsī), ruptum `brechen, zerbrechen, zerreissen, zerspringen, unterbrechen', rūpēs, -is f. `Felswand, Klippe, Schlucht', rūpex, -icis m. `Steinbock; Klotz', rūmentum n. `Unterbrechung'; {rubidus `rauh, halbroh' - nowhere found!}
Celtic: ? Ir rob, rop `wühlendes Tier'
Russ. meaning: рвать, срывать, сдирать
References: WP II 351 f
Proto-IE: *rewǝgh-
Meaning: to sour (milk)
Avestan: raoɣna- 'Butter'
Other Iranian: MPers, NPers rōɣan '(ausgelassene) Butter'
Baltic: *raûg-a- c., *rū̂g- vb. intr.
Germanic: *riu-m-an- m., *rau-m-a- m., *rau-m-ō f.
Russ. meaning: скисать (о молоке)
References: WP II 357
Proto-IE: *rewk-, -g-
Meaning: to roar, to growl
Old Greek: hom. eréu̯gomai̯ (?), aor. érüge `brüllen'
Slavic: 1) *rɨ̄čā́tī, *rɨ̄kātī, *rɨ̄kъ; 2) *rъzātī, *rъzjǭ
Baltic: *rūk-, *rǖk- (-ja-) vb. (Lith AC / Leth CIRC)
Germanic: *rúx-ja- vb., *rúx-ō- vb.
Latin: rūgīre `brüllen (bes. vom Löwen)'
Celtic: *rukt- > MIr rucht `Gebrüll, Geheul'
Russ. meaning: реветь, рычать
References: WP II 349 f
Proto-IE: *reyǝ-
Meaning: to flow, to run
Old Indian: riṇā́ti, rī́yate, impf. áriṇvan `to release, set free, let go', rīṇa- `melted, dissolved', rītí- f. `motion, course; stream, current'; raya- m. `stream of a river, current, quick motion, speed', rétas n. `flow, stream; sperm'
Slavic: *rēkā; *rьjātī, *rējǭ; *rīnǭtī; *rojь
Baltic: *rī̂- vb. tr. (1), *raj-u- adj., *raj-ā̂ f., *rī̃-tl-iā̃ f. (1)
Germanic: *rī́-ɵ-a- m., *rī́ɵ-ō(n-) f.
Latin: rīvus, -ī m. `Bach, Wasserrinne, Wassergraben, Wasserlritung, Stollen'; dē-rīvāre `ableiten'
Celtic: Gaul Rhēnos `Rhein'; Ir rīan `Meer'; Cymr rhid `Same'; OIr riathor, Cymr rhaiadr, OCymr reatir `Wasserfall'
Russ. meaning: течь, бежать
References: WP I 136 f
Proto-IE: *rezg'-
Meaning: to weave
Old Indian: rájju- f., rajjū f. `rope, cord, string'
Slavic: *rozgā
Baltic: *rezg- (*rezg-a-, -ja-) vb. tr., *rezg-ti- c., *rēg-st-iā̃ f., *razg-ī̂- vb., *rizg- vb. intr.
Germanic: *risk=
Latin: restis, gen. -is, acc. -im `Seil'
Russ. meaning: плести; плетеное изделие
References: WP II 374
Proto-IE: *rēip-, -b-
Meaning: motley
Slavic: *rēbъ(jь) (> Ukr рiбий), *rę̄bъ(jь)
Baltic: *raîb-a-/*raĩb-a- adj., *raib-ī̂-, *rib-ē̂- vb., *rib- vb. intr.; *raĩp- vb. intr., reĩp- vb. intr.,
Celtic: OIr rīabach 'gesprenkelt, grau' < *rē(i)b(h)āko-
Russ. meaning: пестрый
References: Fraenkel 686
Proto-IE: *rēk-
Meaning: to low, to growl
Baltic: *rē̃k- (-ja-) vb.
Latin: raccāre, rancāre `Naturlaut des Tigers'
Russ. meaning: рычать, мычать
References: WP II 342 f
Proto-IE: *rēm-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: dark
Old Indian: rāmá- `dark, black'; rāmī́ f. `darkness, night'
Germanic: *rēm=, *rōm=
Russ. meaning: темный
References: WP II 342
Proto-IE: *rēp-
Meaning: stake, stick
Slavic: *rēpьjь Pfahl; Klette
Baltic: *rē̃p- vb. tr., *rē̂p-l-jā̂-, *rē̂p-l-in- vb., *rep-et-ā̂; *rā̂p-/*rā̃p- (1) vb. intr., *rā̂p-ā̂- (1) vb., rā̂p-u- (1) adj.
Germanic: *rē[f]-a- m., n., *rḗf-an- m., *ra[f]-i- m., *raf-t-a- m.; *rō[f]-ōn- f.
Russ. meaning: кол, палка
References: WP II 370
Proto-IE: *rēp-
Meaning: to creep
Baltic: *rē̃p- (*rep-ja-) vb. tr., *rā̂p-ā̂- vb. (1), *rā̂p- (1)/*rā̃p- vb.
Latin: rēpō, -ere, rēpsī `kriechen, schleichen', rēptile `Reptil'
Russ. meaning: ползти
References: WP II 370
Proto-IE: *rēt-
Meaning: sieve, net
Baltic: *rē̃t-ia- c., *ret-ū̃k-a- c.
Latin: rēte, -is n. `Fisch-, Jagdnetz'
Russ. meaning: сито, сеть
References: WP I 142 f
Proto-IE: *rēy-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to give; to possess
Old Indian: rā́ti, rarate, rāsate `to grant, give, bestow', ptc. rātá-; rā-s m. (acc. rā́yam, rā́m) `property, possessions', rātí- f. `favour, grace, gift', rāyi- `Gabe, Besitz, Kleinod', revánt- `wealthy'
Avestan: raēvant- `reich'; rā- `gewähren, spenden', rāta- `dargebracht'
Latin: rēs, gen. reī, dat. rē, acc. rem, abl. rē `Sache, Ding, Sachlage; Besitztun, Hab und Gut, Interesee, Vorteil, Nutzen; Ursache, Grund; Geschäft; Rechtssache; Gemeinwesen'; reus, rea `der (die) Angeklagte'
Other Italic: Umbr re-per `prō rē', abl., dat. ri `rē'
Russ. meaning: предоставлять; владеть
References: WP II 343
Proto-IE: *rēy-
Meaning: to shout, to bark, to make a noise
Slavic: *rājātī 'tönen, erschallen' (> R dial. раять, рай); *rārъ (> ChSl раръ 'Schall')
Baltic: *reî- (*reja-) vb. (2); *raî-r-ē̂- vb.
Germanic: *rēr-ē-, *rēir-ē- vb.
Russ. meaning: кричать, лаять, шуметь
References: Fraenkel 732 f
Proto-IE: *rg'-
Meaning: to fall upon, to assault
Old Indian: r̥jrá- `moving on, quick (as horses)'; r̥jīṣá- m. `expeller (of enemies)', r̥jīpín- `going straight upwards, moving upwards'
Avestan: ǝrǝzr-āspa EN
Old Greek: argó- `schnell bewegend', argí-pọ̄s, argi-kérau̯no-, -ódōn
Russ. meaning: набегать, набрасываться
References: WP II 362 f
Proto-IE: *rot- (-th-)
Meaning: wheel
Old Indian: rátha- m. `chariot, car'
Baltic: *rat-a- (1) c.
Germanic: *ráɵ=, *raɵ-ul=, -r-
Latin: rota f. `Rad; Töpferscheibe, Rolle, Wagen, Sonnenscheibe, Kreisel'; rotundus, -a `rund'
Celtic: Gaul Roto-magus ON (> Fr Rouen), petor-ritum `vierräderiger Wagen'; Ir rath m. `Rad', rethim `ich laufe'; Cymr rhōd f. `Rad'
Russ. meaning: колесо
References: WP II 368
Proto-IE: *rouk-, -g-
Meaning: fold, crease, wrinkle
Old Indian: rūkṣá- 'rough, dry, arid'
Baltic: *raũk-a- c., *raũk-/*reũk- (-ja-) vb. tr., *raũk-ī̂- vb., *rük- vb. intr., *reûk-ā̂- vb. (1)
Germanic: *rū(g)w-i- adj., *rū(g)w-ian- vb., *raww-ṓ f., *raww-á- m., *ruww-a- adj., *riu(g)w=, *rū(g)w-iōn- f.
Latin: rūga f. `Runzel, Falte; Schraubenmutter'
Russ. meaning: складка, морщина
References: WP II 351 f
Comments: In Germ. contamination of the roots *rū- and *reuk-.
Proto-IE: *roum-
Meaning: cud; lean meat
Old Indian: romantha- m. `ruminating'
Baltic: *rau-mō̃ (-men-) (1) c.
Latin: rūmen, -inis n. `Kehle, wiederkäuender Schlund', rūma f. `Kehle, wiederkäuender Schlund', rūmāre, rūmināre `wiederkauen'
Russ. meaning: жвачка; постное мясо
References: Fraenkel 707
Proto-IE: *rowǝ-
Meaning: free space
Tokharian: A, B ru- 'to open' (Adams 536) [or to 2336?]
Avestan: ravah- `Weite, Raum', ravas-čarāt- `was sich im Freien bewegt'
Germanic: *rūm-a- m., *raum-a- m.
Latin: rūs, rūris, abl. -ī / -e `Land, Feld, Landgut'
Celtic: OIr rōe, rōi `ebenes Feld' (*rowesiā), rē `Raum' (*rēwiā)
Russ. meaning: свободное пространство
References: WH
Proto-IE: *rō̆d- / *rā̆d-
Meaning: to dig, to scrape
Old Indian: rádati `to scratch, scrape, gnaw, bite', radana- m. `tooth'
Latin: rōdō, -ere, -sī, -sum `nagen, benagen, verzehren', rōstrum, -ī n. `Nagewerkzeug,, Rüssel, Schnauze, Maul, Schnabel'; rādō, -ere, rāsī, rāsum `kratzen, schaben; ausstreichen, hinstreichen', rāllum, -ī n.`Pflugrente, ein eiserner Stab zum Abkratzen der an der Pflugschar sich festsetzenden Erde', rāmentum n., rāmenta f. `Splitter, Span, Stückchen, Bisschen'
Celtic: *rad- > Cymr rhathu `raspeln, glätten, ebnen', rhathell `Raspel', rhath `Ebene, Fläche', Bret raza `raser'
Russ. meaning: копать, скрести etc.
References: WP II 369
Proto-IE: *rtk'- <PIH *H->
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: bear
Hittite: hartagga- c. 'ein Raubtier' (Tischler 188-189, 312)
Old Indian: ŕkṣa- m. `bear'; ŕkṣī f. `female bear'
Avestan: arša- 'Bär'
Other Iranian: NPers xirs, Osset ars 'Bär'
Armenian: arǯ `Bär'
Old Greek: árkto-s f. (/m.) `Bär, Bärin'
Latin: ursus, gen. -ī m. `Bär'; ursa f. `Bärin; als Sternbild des grossen und des kleinen Bären'
Celtic: *arto- > Gaul Deae Artioni; MIr art; Cymr arth `Bär'
Russ. meaning: зверек (медведь)
References: WP I 322
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