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Proto-IE: *bhōw-
Meaning: to dwell
Old Greek: phōleó-s `Lager, Höhle wilder Tiere'
Slavic: *bɨ̄́dlo `Wohnung, Habe, Vieh'
Baltic: *buw-ein-iā̃, -ain-iā̃ f., *bū̂-s-l-in-iā̃ f., *bu-ta- c., *bu-t-ā̂ f., *bū̃-tl-ā̂ f., -iā̃ f., *bū̂-tl-iā̃ f., *bū-tl-a- c.
Germanic: *bōw-a- ? vb., *būw-a- vb., *buww-iá- vb., *bū=, *būw-i- c., *bō-ɵl-a- adj., *bu-ɵl-a- adj., *bō-ɵ-ō f., *bōw-i- c., *bu-ɵ-ō f., *bū-r-a- adj., etc.; *bṓ-l-a- n., *bṓ-l-ia- n.
Albanian: buj, bųj `wohne, miete, übernachte', bur̄, bur̄ɛ `Mann, Ehemann'; bane `Wohnung, Aufenthalt, halb verfallenes Haus' banoj `wohne'
Russ. meaning: жить (wohnen)
References: WP II 140 f
Comments: [Most probably just a variant of *bhū-]
Proto-IE: *bhrag'-
Meaning: strawberry
Baltic: *braǯ-k-iā̃ f.
Latin: frāgum 'Erdbeere'
Russ. meaning: ягода (земляника)
Comments: Alternatively compared with Gr. rhǟ́ks, gen. rhǟgós f.; rhṓk-s, gen. rhōgó-s f.`Weintraube, -beere' (WH)
Proto-IE: *bhrag(')-
Meaning: to smell, to track
Germanic: *brakk-an- m.
Latin: fragrāre `stark riechen, duften'
Russ. meaning: нюхать, идти по следу
References: WH
Proto-IE: *bhrag'- / -e-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to break
Old Indian: giri-bhráj- `breaking forth from mountains'
Germanic: *brik-a- vb., *bruk-an- m., *brak-ō(n-) f.; *brik-a- n.
Latin: frangō, -ere, frēgī, frāctum `brechen, zerbrechen; beugen, erschüttern', fragilis `zerbrechlich'
Russ. meaning: ломать
References: WP II 200
Proto-IE: *bhrag- / *bhreg-
Meaning: to make a noise, to crack
Baltic: *bar̂k-š-ē̂-, -in̂- vb., *brak-[š]-ē̂- vb.
Germanic: *brik-a- vb., *brak-jō f., *brak-a- n., *bruk-ō- vb., *brax-t=
Latin: fragor, -ōris m. `das Zerbrechen; Krachen, Getöse'
Celtic: *bragm- > OIr braigim `pedo'; Gael braim, Cymr, Corn bram, Bret bramm 'Furz'
Russ. meaning: шуметь, трещать
References: WP II 193
Proto-IE: *bhrAnk-, -g-
Meaning: bumble-bee, beetle
Old Indian: bhrṅga- m. `a large black bee, humble-bee'
Slavic: *brǭkъ (~ -ū-)
Russ. meaning: насекомое (шмель, жук)
References: WP II 202 f
Proto-IE: *bhrā-t-er-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: brother
Tokharian: A pracar, B procer 'brother' (Adams 421)
Old Indian: bhrā́tar- m. `brother'; bhrātrá- n. `brotherhood', bhrātrya- n. id.
Avestan: brātar-
Other Iranian: OPers brātar- 'brother'
Armenian: eɫbair, gen. eɫbaur `brother'
Old Greek: ion. {phrḗtōr (inschr.) `Bruder' - nowhere found!}, phrḗtēr = adelphós Hsch.; phrǟ́tēr, -eros m. (Dor. phrātḗr Hdn. Gr.), phrǟ́tōr, -oros m. `Mitglied einer Phratrie', phrǟ́trǟ f. 'tribe, clan; political subdivision of the phülḗ'
Slavic: *brātrъ, *brātъ, *brāt(r)ьjā
Baltic: *brā̂tē̃ (-er-es) (1), *brāt-ia-s m., *brāt-iā̃ f., *brā̂-l-ia-s (1) m.
Germanic: *brṓɵēr
Latin: frāter, -tris m. `Brudedr', pl. `Geschwister'
Other Italic: Osk fratrúm `fratrum'; Umbr fratrum, fratrom `id.', frater `frātrēs', fratrex, fretrexs `*frātricus, Haupt der frātrēs'
Celtic: OIr brāthir; Cymr brawd, pl. brodyr, OCorn broder, MBret breuzr, NBret breur, pl. breudeur
Albanian: vɫa Bruder
Russ. meaning: брат
References: WP II 193 f
Proto-IE: *b(h)red(h)-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to wade, to jump over
Slavic: *brestī, *brodъ, *bredenь
Baltic: *brid- (breñd-a-) vb., *brad-ā̂ f., *brad-a- c., *brad-s-l-a- c., *brad-ī̂-, -ā̂- vb.
Albanian: broth (aor. brotha) 'hüpfen'
Russ. meaning: идти вброд, перепрыгивать
References: Fraenkel 58
Proto-IE: *bhreidh-, *bhrendh-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: deer
Baltic: *breîd-ia-s (2), *braid-ia-s m.
Germanic: *brind=, *brund=
Albanian: brëni Horn, Geweih
Russ. meaning: скот (олень)
References: WP II 205
Comments: Messap. <bréndon = élaphon> Hsch., <brénton = hē tē̃s eláphou kephalḗ> Seleukus bei Steph. Byz. 185, 16 ff
Proto-IE: *bhreig-, *bhreig'-
Meaning: a k. of small bird
Tokharian: 140
Old Greek: phrü̆gílo-s m. 'chaffinch' Ar.+
Slavic: *bьrglь, *bьrglēzъ мелкие птички, обычно поползень (Sitta)
Baltic: *breiǯ-l-iā̃ f., -ia- c., *brīǯ-ēl-iā̃
Latin: fringilla, fringuilla f. `Fink oder Sperling'
Russ. meaning: птица (мелкая)
References: WP II 171 f
Proto-IE: *bhrem(e)-, *breme-
Meaning: to make a noise
Old Greek: brémō `brummen, brausen, rauschen', brómo-s m. `Geräusch', brontǟ́ f. `Donner', eri-, hüpsi-bremétǟ-s; anaksi-bréntǟ-s `donnerbeherrschend'
Slavic: *brьmētī, *brьmītь
Germanic: *brim-ō(n-) f., *bram-iō f., *brim-a- vb., *brim-ja- vb., *brum-ja- vb., *brim-is-ō f.
Latin: fremō, -ere, -uī, -itum `brummen, brüllen, tosen; murren, murmeln, lärmen'
Celtic: *brem- > Cymr brefu `brüllen'
Russ. meaning: шуметь
References: WP II 202 f
Proto-IE: *bhrenk(')-
Meaning: to bring, to deliver
Tokharian: B praṅk-, AB präṅk- 'entfernen'
Germanic: *bring-a- vb., *brang-ia- vb.
Celtic: *bronk- (*sem-bronk-) > Cymr he-brwng `wenden, deducere', hebryngiad `deductor', OCorn he-brenchat `dux', MCorn hem-bronk `wrrd führen', hem-brynkys, hom-bronkys `geführt', MBret ham-brouc `führen', Bret am-brouk `führen'
Russ. meaning: доставлять
References: WP II 203 f
Proto-IE: *bhrent-, -d-
Meaning: fore part, fore beam
Tokharian: A pratsak, B pratsāk 'Brust'
Slavic: *ā=brę̄dъ (Pol jabrząd 'Zweig des Weinstockes', Czech jabřadek, -dka 'dass.')
Baltic: *bran̂d-a- c., *bron̂d-in-ja- (2?) c.
Germanic: *brand-a- m.
Latin: frōns, frontis m. `Stirn, Stirn-, Vorderseite, Front, Breitseite'
Celtic: Ir braine `Schiffsvorderteil, Kante, Gefässrand', brainech `proreta', Corn brenniat `proreta'
Russ. meaning: балка
References: WP II 162 f
Proto-IE: *bhres- / *bhers-
Meaning: iron, copper
Germanic: *bras-a- n.
Latin: ferrum, -ī n. `Eisen; eiserne Werkzeuge'
Russ. meaning: металл (железо, медь)
References: WH
Proto-IE: *bhrest-, -zd-
Meaning: to separate, to burst
Baltic: *brazd-a- c., *brazd-u- adj.
Germanic: *brist-a- vb., *brast-ō- vb.
Russ. meaning: отслаиваться, лопаться
References: Fraenkel 55
Proto-IE: *bhreus-
Meaning: chest, belly
Slavic: *brjūxo, *brjūxъ
Germanic: *briust-i- c., *briust-a- n., *brust- c.
Celtic: *brus-, *brusnjo-, *bruslo- > OIr brū, gen. bronn `Bauch, Leib', brūach `ventriosus'; bruinne `Brust'; brollach `Buden'; MIr bruasach `mit starker, breiter Brust'; Cymr. bru `venter, uterus', bronn `Brust'; Bret. bronn, bron `Brust'
Russ. meaning: грудь, живот
References: WP II 197 f
Proto-IE: *bhrew-er/n-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: spring (of water)
Armenian: aɫbiur, aɫbeur, gen. aɫber `Quelle'
Old Greek: phréār, -ātos n. `Brunnen'
Germanic: *brunn-ō(n-) f., *brunn-an- m., *brunn-a- m., *brunn-ia- vb.
Russ. meaning: источник, родник
References: WP II 167 f, Buck 44.
Proto-IE: *bhreyǝ-
Meaning: to cut
Old Indian: bhrīṇāti, bhriṇāti `to injure, hurt'
Avestan: pairi-brīnaŋha `du beschnittest', brōiɵra-taēža- `scharf in der Schneide, "scharfschneidig"'
Other Iranian: MPers brīdan, NPers burrīdan `schneiden'
Slavic: *brī́tī, *brь̃jǭ; *brī́tva, *brīčjь; *brīdъ, *brī́dъkъ(jь)
Latin: friāre `zerreiben, zerbröckeln', frīvolus, -a `zerbrechlich, wertlos, fade, nichtig'; refrīva faba `geschrotete Bohne'
Russ. meaning: резать
References: WP II 194 f
Proto-IE: *bhrēk'-, -g'-
Meaning: to shine
Hittite: parkui- 'rein, lauter' (Friedrich 161)
Old Indian: 1) bhrāśate, bhrāśyate `to shine, glitter'; 2) bhrā́jate `to shine, beam, glitter', bhrājá- `shining, glittering'
Other Iranian: OPers brāzaiti `strahlt, glänzt', brāza- `blinkend, schimmernd', n. `Schein, Schimmer', NPers barāzīdan `glänzen', barāz `Schmuck'
Slavic: *brēskъ, *brēzgъ
Baltic: *brē̂čk- vb. intr.
Germanic: *bríx-a- vb., *bríx-ō- vb., *bráx-ō- vb., *brag-ō- vb.
Russ. meaning: светить, сиять
References: WP II 169 f
Proto-IE: *bhrīg- ?
Meaning: to roast
Other Iranian: NPers birištan `braten', barēzan `Backofen', Bal brēǰag, briǰag `braten'; NPers biryān `gebraten'
Old Greek: phrǖ́gō, phrǖ́ssō (att. -ttō), aor. phrǖ̂ksai̯, p. phrǖkhthē̂nai̯, phrügē̂nai̯, pf. m. péphrǖgmai̯, va. phrǖktó- `rösten, dörren, braten'; phrǖktó-s m. `Feuerbrand, Fackel, Feuersignal', pl. `kleine Bratfische'; phrǖ́gano-n `kleines trockenes Holz, dürre Holz, Reisig, Brennstoff' , phrǘgetro-n n. `Gefäss od. Gerät zum Rösten', phrǖ̂ksi-s f. `das Rösten, Verdorrtheit',
Latin: frīgō, -ere, -xī, -ctum `rösten, dörren', frīcticus m. `geröstetes Brot'
Other Italic: Umbr (pune) frehtu `(pollinem) frīctum', frehtef `frīctiōnēs ?'
Russ. meaning: жарить
References: WP II 165 f
Comments: Cf. *bherǝg-.
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