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Proto-IE: *g'Ap- (-ph-), -b-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: mouth (of animal), crop
Avestan: zafarǝ, zafan- `Mund, Rachen'
Slavic: *zobātī, *zobljǭ; *zobъ
Baltic: *ǯē̂b-ē̂- (1) vb.; *ǯē̃̃b- (ǯē̃b-, *ǯē̃b-ja-) vb.
Germanic: *kif-ja- vb.
Celtic: OIr gop `Schnabel, Mund', Ir gob `Schnabel, Mund'
Russ. meaning: пасть, зоб
References: WP I 570 f
Proto-IE: *gArb-
Meaning: fold, roughness, hump
Slavic: *gъrbъ, *gъrbā
Baltic: *garb-[a]- m.
Germanic: *kurp-ōn- f., *kurp-a- n.
Celtic: OIr gerbach `runzelig'
Russ. meaning: складка, неровность, горб
References: WP I 593 f
Proto-IE: *garǝg'-
Meaning: terrible
Armenian: karcr `hart', karcem `ich fürchte, glaube'
Old Greek: gorgó- `furchtbar, schrecklich (vom Blick oder Anblick)'; Gorgṓ, -ọ̄̂s f. N. eines weiblichen Ungetüms mit versteinerndem Blick
Slavic: *grozā́
Baltic: *graǯ-ā̂- vb., *greǯ-ō̂-, *greǯ-jō̂- vb.
Celtic: OIr garg, gargg `rauh, wild', MIr grāin `Hässlichkeit, Ekel' ( < *gragnis); grānda `hässlich', Cymr graen `Trauer, Kummer; abscheulich'
Russ. meaning: страшный
References: WP I 537
Proto-IE: *garǝ-, *grā-/*grē-
Meaning: to shout
Old Indian: járate `to crackle (as fire)'
Old Greek: gǟ̂rüs, gen. -üos f. 'voice, speech'; gǟrǘō 'to sing; to say, speak, cry' (cf. grǘzdō, ft. grǘksō, aor. égrüksa [ü ~ ǖ] 'to grumble, mutter')
Slavic: *grā(jā)tī, *grājǭ
Baltic: *gur̂- vb.; *grā̂- vb., *grā̂-j-ā̂ (1) f.
Germanic: *kirr-a- vb., *kēr-ia-, *kirr-a- vb., *karr-ō- vb.; *krē-ja- vb.; *krē-jō f., *krē-w-ō f., *krē-x-ō f.
Russ. meaning: кричать etc.
References: WP I 591 f
Comments: Cf. *gʷera-, *gʷrā-.
Proto-IE: *gArg-
Meaning: to shout
Old Indian: garjati `to roar, thunder, growl'
Armenian: karkač `Lärm'
Germanic: *kark-ia- vb., *krak-ō- vb., *kurk-ō- vb.
Russ. meaning: кричать
References: WP I 591 f
Proto-IE: *gAt-
Meaning: drop
Armenian: kath, kathn `Tropfen'
Latin: gutta f. `Tropfen; tropfenförmige Punkte'
Russ. meaning: капля
References: WH
Proto-IE: *g'Aud-
Meaning: to itch
Slavic: *zūdḗti, *zūdjǭ; *zūdъ
Germanic: *kut-il-ō- vb.
Russ. meaning: зудеть
References: WP I 552 f (different in Vasm. 2, 108 and Pok. 356)
Proto-IE: *gaul-
Meaning: ball, swelling; globe-shaped vessel
Old Indian: gula- m. (L.) `glans penis; clitoris', gulī f. (L.) `any small globular substance, pill', gulikā f. `ball, globule'; gulma- m. `cluster, clump; glandular enlargement in the abdomen; spleen'; gola m. `ball, globe' [but also = guḍa-, see *geld-]
Old Greek: gau̯ló-s m. `Melkeimer, Schöpfeimer, Krug, Bienenkorb', gâu̯lo-s m. Bez. eines (rundes) Lastschiffes; gǖ́lio-s (~ ü̆) `Tornister'
Slavic: *gū́lā, *gū́ljā `желвак, шишка, опухоль'
Germanic: *kiul-a- m., *kūl-ia- m., *kūl-ōn-, -ī(n-) f., *kul-jō(n-) f., *kul-ja- m.
Russ. meaning: шар, опухоль; шаровидный сосуд
References: WP I 555 f
Proto-IE: *gAw-
Meaning: wool, body-hair
Avestan: gaona- n. 'Haar (bes. der Tiere)'
Baltic: *gaũ-r-a- c., *gau-r-ia- c.
Germanic: *kaur=
Celtic: MIr gūaire `Haar'
Russ. meaning: шерсть (волнистая), волосы на теле
References: WP I 555 f
Proto-IE: *gawe-/-e-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to be glad
Old Greek: gǟthéō, aor. gǟthē̂sai̯, pf. gégǟtha `sich freuen'; gái̯ō `sich freuen'; gánümai̯ `sich erheitern, sich ergötzen'; gâu̯ro- `stolz, übermütig', gáu̯rǟk-s m. `Prahler'; ? voc. bou̯-gáie etwa `Prahlhans'
Baltic: *deũg- < *geũ-d-: *deũg- vb. tr., *deũg-s-m-a- c., *düg- vb. intr.
Latin: gaudeō, -ēre, gāvīsus (OLat gavīsī) `freuen sich, etwas gern haben', gaudium n. `Freude, Vergnügen'
Celtic: MIr gūaire `edel'
Russ. meaning: радоваться
References: WP I 529
Proto-IE: *gāg-
Meaning: a ball-shaped obj.
Baltic: *gō̂g-iā̃, *gā̂g-iā̃ (1) f.
Germanic: *kak-ōn- f.; *kōkō(n-) f.
Russ. meaning: нешто круглое, шарообразное
References: WP I 570
Proto-IE: *g'ār-
Meaning: voice, exclamation
Other Iranian: Osset zaryn `Gesang', zard `Lied, Gesang'
Old Greek: gǟ̂rü-s, -üos f. `Stimme, Ton, Ruf', gǟrǘō `anstimmen, singen, verkünden'
Germanic: *kar-ō f.; *kar-m=; *kar-ē-, -ō- vb.; *kar-ag-a- adj.
Latin: garriō, -īvī, -īre `schwatzen, plaudere, plaupere'; garrulus, -a `geschwätzig'
Celtic: OIr gāir `Geschrei', gāire `Lachen'; Cymr gawr `Geschrei', gair `Wort'; OIr gairm `Ruf, Geschrei'; Cymr, Corn, Bret garm `ds.'
Russ. meaning: голос, возглас
References: WP I 537
Proto-IE: *gā̆w-
Meaning: crow, daw
Slavic: *gāvā, *gāvę̄dā, *gāvьcь
Germanic: *kaw-ō, *kaj-ō f.
Latin: gāvia, -ae f. 'Möwe'
Russ. meaning: птица (ворона, галка)
References: WP I 634 f
Proto-IE: *ge
Meaning: part.
Armenian: (z)is 'me'
Old Greek: egṓ-ge, emé-ge usw.; gè, boeot., el. gà
Slavic: *že
Germanic: *mi-ki, *ɵi-ki, *si-ki
References: WP I 541 f
Proto-IE: *geibh-
Meaning: curved, emaciated, wasted
Baltic: *geĩb-u- adj., *geĩb- vb. intr.
Germanic: *kai[b]=
Latin: gibbus, -ī m., gibba f. `Höcker', gibbus, -a `höckrig', gibber, -eris n., m. `Buckel, Höcker'
Russ. meaning: искривленный, изможденный, истощенный
References: WP I 545
Proto-IE: *g'eid-
Meaning: to suck (milk)
Old Greek: neo-gilló-, -giló- etwa `neugeboren, jung, klein'
Baltic: *ǯind- (*ǯind-a-) (Lith CIRC / Lett AC), *ǯin̂d-ī̂- vb.
Russ. meaning: сосать молоко
References: WP I 552 f
Proto-IE: *geig'-
Meaning: to itch, to scratch
Armenian: kcem `jucke, kitzle', kcanem, aor. 3 sg. ekic `stechen, beissen' usw.
Baltic: *geĩǯ- vb.
Russ. meaning: зудеть, царапать
References: Fraenkel 129 (different in Pok. 356).
Proto-IE: *g'eis-
Meaning: gravel
Baltic: *ǯeĩs-r-ā̂ f., -a- c., *ǯis-r-a- c.
Germanic: *kís-a- m., n., *kís-il-a- m.
Russ. meaning: щебень, гравий
References: WP I 553
Proto-IE: *g'ela-, *g'lā-
Meaning: laughter
Armenian: caɫr, gen. caɫu `Gelächter'
Old Greek: geláō (root: gelas-) `lachen'; gélōs, -ōtos, ep. acc. -ō/ -ōn, -on, att. gen. gélō m. `das Lachen, Gelächter'
Germanic: *gla-nn-iōn- f., *gla-n-is-a- n., *gla-n-t-ia- vb., *gla-n-tō- vb.
Russ. meaning: смех
References: WP I 622 f
Proto-IE: *geld-
Meaning: swelling
Old Indian: gaḍu- m. `excrescence on the neck, hump on the back' guḍa- m., guḍaka- m. `globe, ball'
Germanic: *kilt-ōn- f.; *kult=
Russ. meaning: вздутие
References: WP I 612 f
Comments: Cf. *g(ʷ)AlVw- 'top, head', *gal- / -e- 'swelling'.
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