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Proto-IE: *glemb-
Meaning: log, block
Slavic: *glǭbъ `Strunk'
Germanic: *klamp-ō f., *klamp-a- m.; *klump=; *klimp-a- m., -ō f.; *klimp-a- vb.
Russ. meaning: бревно, глыба
References: WP I 612 f
Proto-IE: *glew-
Meaning: round stone, block
Old Indian: glāu- m. `round lump, wen-like escrescence'
Slavic: *glɨ̄bā
Germanic: *kliuw-an- m., n., -ō(n-) f.; *klunj-a- n.
Celtic: ? OIr glō-, glao-snathe `linea, norma'
Russ. meaning: камень (круглый), глыба
References: WP I 612 f
Proto-IE: *glewǝbh-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to cut, to split
Old Greek: glǘphō, aor. glǘpsai̯ `ausmeisseln, gravieren', glüphís, -ídos `Kerbe(n)', glüptḗr m., glǘphano-s `Schnitzmesser', glüphǟ́ `das Eingegrabene, Petschaft'
Baltic: *gleub-t-en-iā̃ f.
Germanic: *klūb-a-/*kliub-a- vb., *klaub-ō f.; *klaub-an- m., *klub-jō- vb., *klub-jō f.
Latin: glūbō, -ēre, -psī, -ptum `abschälen; ein Tier abdecken, schinden', glubēre/glūbēre intr.; glūma f. `Hülse, Balg des Getreides'
Russ. meaning: резать, раскалывать
References: WP I 661
Proto-IE: *gley-
Meaning: to stick
Old Greek: glíǟ (~ -ī́-) f. 'glue' EM, Suid.; glínǟ f. (i~ī) = gloi̯ós Suid., glína EM, glḗnē [*glīnī < *glī́nǟ] Hdn.Gr., glinṓdēs = gloi̯ṓdēs Arist. (*glīn-, cf. glēnṓdēs Gp. 2.6.35.41); gligloi̯ó-s m. `klebriger Stoff, Harz, Gummi', gloi̯ó- `klebrig, feucht'; glítton = gloiós (Hsch.); glíkhomai̯ `an etwas kleben'; glískhro- `leimig, zäh, schlüpfrig'
Slavic: *glьjь; *glēvъ, *glēvā́; *glī́nā, *glīvā
Baltic: *gleĩ- vb., *glī-w-iā̃ f., *gleĩ-m-a- c., *gleî-m-ā̂ (1), -iā̃ (1) f., -ia- (1) c., *glei-d-a- adj., *gli-d-a- adj., *glaî-m-ā̂ (1) f., *gli-t-u-, *gl ī-t-u- adj., *glī̃-d-ē̂- vb. usw.
Germanic: *klajj-á- adj.; *klij=; *klī-n-ia- vb., *kli-n-a- vb.; *klai-m-a- adj.; *klai-w-a- adj., etc.
Latin: glūtis, -is m./f. `Leim'; glūten, -inis n. `Leim'; [ glīs, -tis `humus tenax' - Rückb. nach glūs ? ], glittus, -a `klebrig, zäh, zart'
Celtic: *glinā-mi > OIr glenim `adhaereo', Cymr. glynaf `adhaereo'; MIr glōed `Leim'
Albanian: nǵit `klebe, leime etc.'; gĺep `Augenbutter'
Russ. meaning: липнуть
References: WP I 612 f
Comments: Similar roots are *glem- and BS *glē̆w- (see *glem-).
Proto-IE: *g'ley-
Meaning: to steal up, to fall upon
Old Indian: jrayati `to go; to overpower'; jráyas- n. `expanse, space; flat surface'
Avestan: zrayah- n. `See, Meeer'
Other Iranian: OPers drayah- n. `See, Meeer', NPers daryā
Latin: glīscō, -ere `unvermerkt zunehmen; entglimmen; entbrannt sein von etwas; fett werden, anschwellen'
Russ. meaning: подкрадываться, набрасываться
References: WP I 660 f
Proto-IE: *g(')lēk(')-, -g(')-
Meaning: claw, hand; to clitch, to snatch
Germanic: *klēk=
Celtic: MIr glacc, Ir glac `Hand', glaccaim `erfasse'
Russ. meaning: коготь, рука
References: WP I 612 f
Proto-IE: *glē̆m-
Meaning: slippery
Old Greek: glámōn, -ōnos `triefäugig'; glamüró- `id.', glamó-s = mǘksa Hsch.; glamáō = lēmáō Poll., Moer.
Baltic: *glem-iā̃ f., *glēm-es-ā̂ f., *glem-ē̂- vb., *glum̃- vb. inch., *glum-a- adj.
Germanic: *klēm-a-, *klam-a- adj.
Albanian: ngĺomɛ, nǵomɛ `feucht, frisch'
Russ. meaning: слизкий, скользкий
References: WP I 612 f
Proto-IE: *glēp-, -b-
Meaning: to hold, to clench
Tokharian: B klup- 'squeeze' (Adams 226)
Slavic: *globī́tī, *globā
Baltic: *glē̂b-, *glā̂b- (2) vb. tr., *glēb-ia- c., *glā̂b-ā̂, *glab-ā̂- vb.
Germanic: *kla[f]-an- m.; *klup-ja- vb.; *klēf-tr-ō f.
Latin: globus, -ī m. `Kugel, Haufen, Klumpen'
Russ. meaning: обнимать, обхватывать
References: WP I 612 f, 619
Proto-IE: *glom-
Meaning: crumpled
Baltic: ? *glem̃-ǯ- vb.; *glām-ā̂-
Germanic: *klam=, *klum=
Latin: glomus, -eris n. `Kloss (als Speise); Knäuel'; Rom *glemu > Rum ghem, Venez ǧemo
Celtic: OIr glomar `zusammendrücken, -pressen'
Russ. meaning: скомканный, негнущийся etc.
References: WP I 612 f
Proto-IE: *glowǝt-, -d-
Meaning: swelling
Old Greek: glou̯tó-s, du. glou̯tṓ; pl. glou̯tá (Sch. Theocr.) m. `Hinterbacken', du., pl. `Gesäss', pl. glóu̯tia `id.'
Slavic: *glū́tā (Sloven glûta, glúta шишка, желвак, опухоль), *glū́dā `глыба, ком, сучок'
Germanic: *klūd-á- m.
Russ. meaning: вздутие (глыба, опухоль etc.)
References: WP I 612 f
Proto-IE: *glōgh-
Meaning: thorn
Old Greek: pl. glō̂kh-es `Grannen der Ähren', glōkhī́s / -ī́n, gen. -ī̂nos `Spitze des Jochriemens, des Pfeils usw.', glō̂ssa, att. glō̂tta, ion. glássa, pl. glōssãi (Pind.-Pap.) f. `Zunge; Sprache'
Slavic: *glogъ `боярышник etc.'
Russ. meaning: колючка
References: WP I 662
Proto-IE: *glūn-
Meaning: knee
Celtic: OIr glūn `Knie'
Albanian: gju (art. gjúri), pl. gjúnjë m. 'knee' (Geg. gljú, gljúri)
Russ. meaning: колено
References: WP I 612 f
Proto-IE: *gnabh-
Meaning: to squeeze, to bend
Old Greek: gnáptō, va. á-gnapto- `Tuch walken, Wolle krempeln; zerreissen, zerfleischen'; gnápsi- `das Walken', gnáptōr m. `Walker', gnáphallo-n n. `Wopllflocken, Kissen'
Slavic: *gnǭbītī `drücken etc.'
Germanic: *knapp-a- adj., *knapp-ia- vb., *knapp-a- m.
Russ. meaning: сжимать, сгибать
References: WP I 580 f (somewhat different in Pok.)
Proto-IE: *gnet-, -d-
Meaning: to press
Slavic: *gnetǭ, *gnestī́
Baltic: *gnād-iā̃ f.
Germanic: *knid-á- vb., *knu[d]-ō- vb.
Russ. meaning: давить
References: WP I 580 f
Proto-IE: *gneug'-
Meaning: to crush, to pound
Baltic: *gneûǯ- (1): *gneûǯ- vb. tr., *gneûǯ-t-a- (1) c., *gnǖ̂ǯ- vb. intr., *gnaũǯ-î- vb.
Germanic: *knuk-ō- vb., *knuk-an-, -ōn-, *kniuk-a- m., *kniuk-ōn- f.
Russ. meaning: давить, толочь
References: WP I 580 f
Proto-IE: *gneup-, -b-
Meaning: to press, to crush
Baltic: *gneûb- vb. tr., *gnüb- vb. intr., *gneub-ā̂ (2) f.
Germanic: *knauf-a- m., *knaup-a- m., *knū[f]-a- m., *knupp=
Celtic: Ir gnobh `Knoten am Holz, Knast'
Russ. meaning: сжимать, давить etc.
References: WP I 580 f
Proto-IE: *gneut-, -d-
Meaning: to press, to crush
Baltic: *gniut- (*gniut-a-) vb. tr., *gniut-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *knu[ɵ]-a- vb., *knu[ɵ]-ō- vb., *knut-ia- vb., *knūt-ōn- f., *knūt-a- m., *knut-an- m., *knutt-a- m., *knutt-an- m.; *knuɵ-an- m., etc.
Russ. meaning: давить
References: WP I 580 f
Proto-IE: *gnewǝ-
Meaning: to crush
Slavic: *gnjāvītī
Germanic: *knūw-ia- vb., *knū́w-an- m.
Russ. meaning: давить
References: WP I 580 f
Comments: Similar (not derived!) root forms are *gneup- (-b-), *gnet- (-d-), *gneug'-. Cf. also such a situation in *knewǝ- 'to press' with "related" knap- (-b-), *kneit- (-d-), etc. (there are many similar root forms in Germ and Balt). But there is no evidence of IE roots *g[e]n- 'to press' or *k[e]n- 'to scratch'.
Proto-IE: *g(')nīp- (-ph-), *k(')nīp-, -b-
Meaning: to squeeze, to pinch
Old Greek: Knī́phōn, Gnī́phōn NP, eig. `Knicker, Geizhals'; (s)knipó-, skniphó- `geizend, knauserig'
Baltic: *knī̂p-ē̂- (1?) vb., *gnī̂b- (*gnī̂b-a-) vb. tr., *gnaîb-ī̂- (1?) vb., *gnī̃b-t-ac., *gnaĩb-ia- c., *gnī̃b-ia- c.; *kneib- vb. tr. (Lith CIRC / Lett AC), *knaib-ī̂- vb.; *knib-vb. intr.; *ǯneib- vb. tr., *ǯnī̂b- (*ǯnī̂b-a-), *ǯnī̂p- vb. tr., *čnīp-, *čneip-, *čneib- vb. tr.(Lith CIRC / Lett AC)
Germanic: *knī́f-a- m., *knī[f]-ō f.; *knīp-a- vb., *knipp-ō- vb.; *xnīp-ō- vb., *xnip-ō- vb.
Russ. meaning: сжимать, щипать
References: WP I 476, 580 f
Proto-IE: *g'ombh-
Meaning: tooth; to pierce, to gnaw through
Tokharian: A kam, B keme (PT *keme) 'tooth' (Adams 194)
Old Indian: jámbha- m. `tooth, eye-tooth, tusk'; jambhate, jabhate `to crush, destroy, snap at'
Avestan: zǝmbayadwǝm `ihr zermalmt'
Old Greek: gomphíos (odṓn) `Backenzahn'
Slavic: *zǭbъ D; *zę̄bǭ, *zēbstī
Baltic: *ǯam̃b-ia- c., *ǯam̃b-a- c.
Germanic: *kamb-a- m.; *kamb-ia- vb.
Albanian: dhëmb, pl. -ë зуб; зубец; δɛmp `es schmert mich'
Russ. meaning: зуб, зубец; протыкать, прогрызать
References: WP I 575 f
Comments: Cf. *genǝbh- 'peg'.
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