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Proto-IE: *gong-
Meaning: to mutter
Old Indian: gúñjati `to buzz, hum'
Old Greek: goŋgǘzdō `murren, unwillig, mürrisch sein'
Slavic: *gǭgъnivъ, *gǭgnjā, *gǭgātī
Russ. meaning: бормотать etc.
References: WP I 535
Proto-IE: *gow-
Meaning: to shout
Old Indian: gavate (D.) `to sound', intens. jóguve
Old Greek: góo-s `Klage', goáō, praet. 3 pl. góon `jammern, klagen'
Slavic: *govorъ, *govorī́tī; *gvārъ, *gvārā, *gvārītī
Baltic: *gaw- vb., *gaw-il-ē̂- vb.; *gaũ-d- (-ja-) vb., *gaũ-d-u- adj., *gaũ-d-ā̂- vb., *gaû-d-ā̂ (1) f.
Germanic: *kau-ja- vb.; *kūm-ō f.
Russ. meaning: кричать
References: WP I 634 f
Proto-IE: *gowǝr-, *g'owǝr-
Meaning: curved; bend, crook
Armenian: curr `schief, krumm, gebogen'
Old Greek: gǖró- `rund, gebogen, krumm', gǖ̂ro-s m. `Rundung, Kreis, Baumscheibe'
Slavic: *gūrā (SrbKro gùra `горб'), *gūrītī, *gūrātī
Germanic: *kūr-ō- vb.
Russ. meaning: кривой; искривление
References: WP I 555 f
Proto-IE: *grad-(n)-
Meaning: hail
Slavic: *grā́dъ
Baltic: *grō̂d-a- c.
Latin: grandō, -inis f. `Hagel'
Russ. meaning: град
References: WP I 658
Proto-IE: *grAim-
Meaning: slime
Baltic: *graĩm-a- c.
Germanic: *krim=
Russ. meaning: слизь
References: WP I 654 f (differently in Pok.)
Proto-IE: *grAus-, *grAuks-
Meaning: to pound, to break in pieces
Slavic: *grūxātī, *grūšītī, *grūšā
Baltic: *grukš-ē̂- vb.
Germanic: *kru-s=; *krius-t-a- vb., *krus-t-a- m.
Russ. meaning: измельчать, размалывать (с шумом)
References: WP I 648 f (differently in Vasm.)
Proto-IE: *g(')rAwǝ- ?
Meaning: to scratch ?
Old Greek: grǖ̂ 'a small coin (Suid.); dirt under the nail (Hsch.)'; particle, used with negs.
Germanic: *kraw-il=, *krauw-ō- vb., etc.
Russ. meaning: корябание ногтем
Proto-IE: *grābh-, *skrābh-
Meaning: a k. of leaf-bearing tree
Slavic: *grā́bъ A
Baltic: *skrāb-l-a-, *skrābl-ju-, *skrāb-l-u- c. etc.
Other Italic: Umbr Graboui `Grabovium, Beinahme von Mars, Juppiter und Vovionus'
Russ. meaning: дерево (лиственное, вид)
References: WP I 606 f
Proto-IE: *grāk-, -g-
Meaning: rook, daw, crow
Slavic: *grāčь
Germanic: *krēk-a- m., *krēk-ōn- f., *krēk-at-ja- vb., *krēk-ō- vb.
Latin: grāculus, -ī m. ( /gragulus) `Dohle'
Russ. meaning: птица (грач, галка, ворона)
References: WP I 591 f
Proto-IE: *g(')rās-/-ē-
Meaning: to gnaw, to gorge
Old Indian: grásati `to swallow, devour, eat, consume'; grāsa- m. `mouthful, food', grastar- m. `an eclipser' (astron. term)
Old Greek: gráō, kypr. ipv. grasthi `nagen, fressen'; kypr. ipv. 2 sg. grā̂ `pháge' (Hsch.), Salamin. katagrā̂s = kataphagā̂s Hsch.; grásti-s, att. krásti-s f. `Grünfutter'; ? gastḗr, -trós/-téros m. `Bauch, Mutterleib, Magen, Magenwurst', gástrǟ f. `der Bauch eines Gefässes, ein bauchiger Topf', gástrōn `Dickbauch' (vgl. NGreek glástra `Blumentopf')
Germanic: *krḗs-ō f., *krḗs-ia- vb.
Latin: grāmen, -inis n. `Gras (bes. als `Futterkraut')
Russ. meaning: жрать
References: WP I 657 f
Proto-IE: *greid-
Meaning: to shout
Germanic: *krīt-a-, *krīsk-a-, *krīst-a- vb.
Celtic: MIrl grith `Schrei'; grinnigud `grincement (des flêches)'; Cymr gryd `Schrei'
Russ. meaning: кричать
References: WP I 591 f
Proto-IE: *gremb-
Meaning: crooked, uneven
Tokharian: B krämp- 'be disturbed' (Adams 216)
Slavic: *grǭbъ, *grǭbā etc.
Germanic: *krimp-a- vb., *kramp-ia- vb., *kramp-ō f., *krimp-ia- vb.; *krump-iōn- f.; *krumb-a- adj.
Russ. meaning: кривой, неровный
References: WP I 593 f
Comments: Cf. *grem(ǝ)- 'bend'; *ghrAubh-.
Proto-IE: *grem(ǝ)-
Meaning: to bend (the arm), to take in arms
Old Indian: grā́ma- m. `multitude, collection; village, community, hamlet'
Slavic: *gromādā, *grāmādā, *grāmodā
Baltic: *gram-añ-t-a- c., *grum-añ-t-a-, -uñ-t-a-, *grum̃-t-a-, *-s-t-a-, *grum̃-s-l-a-/grum̂-s-l-a- (1) c., *grum-ul-a- c., *gram-a- c., *grum̂- vb. tr., *gram̃-s-l-iac., *gram̃-s-t-ī̂- vb., *grum̂-s-t-ī̂- (1) vb.
Germanic: *krimm-a- vb., *kram-ō f., *kram-ja- vb., *krumm-ōn- f., *krumm-iōn- f., *kram-ō- vb.
Latin: gremium, -ī n. `Schoss'; spät `Armvoll, Bündel, Garbe'
Russ. meaning: сгибать руку, брать в охапку и т. д.
References: WP I 590 f
Comments: Cf. *gremb- 'crooked'
Proto-IE: *grenk'-, -g'-
Meaning: to turn, to round
Baltic: *greñǯ- vb. tr., *granǯ-ī̂- vb. (Lith CIRC / Lett AC, 1), *griñǯ- vb. intr., *grañǯ-ia- c., *grañǯ-a- c., *grañǯ-ā̂ f., *grañǯ-t-a- c., -ia-, -iā̃ f.
Germanic: *kring-a- vb.; *kring-a- m., *kring-al-ōn- f., -a- m., n.; *krang-a- adj., *krang-ō- vb.; *krink=, *krank=; *kránx-ō/*krang-ṓ f.
Russ. meaning: поворачивать(ся), закруглять(ся)
References: WP I 593 f
Proto-IE: *grent- (-th-), -d-
Meaning: to plait, to braid, to bind, to twist
Old Indian: grathnā́ti, f. granthiṣyati `to fasten, tie or string together', grantha- m., granthí- m. `knot'
Old Greek: gróntho-s m. `geballte Faust'
Slavic: *grǭdātī sę̄ (Pol dial. grędać się `sich drehen')
Baltic: *grañd-i- c., *grund-i- m., *grañd-a- adj.
Germanic: *krant-a- m., *krant-iōn- f.; *krad-Vl-a- m., *kradd=, *kratt=
Celtic: OIr grinne `Bündel, Reisbündel, fascis'
Russ. meaning: плести, вязать, скручивать
References: WP I 590 f
Proto-IE: *gr[e]um-
Meaning: trash
Old Greek: grüméǟ, grüméi̯ǟ f. `Kasten für alten Kleider, Trödelware usw.'
Latin: grūmus, -ī m. `Erdhauf, Hügel, Grenzmarke'
Russ. meaning: хлам
References: WP I 597 f
Proto-IE: *g(')rībh-
Meaning: net, basket
Old Greek: grī̂pho-s, grī̂po-s m. `Reuse; Rätsel'
Germanic: *krib-jōn- f., etc.
Russ. meaning: плетенка (сеть, корзина)
References: WP I 593 f
Proto-IE: *g(')rod-
Meaning: to engrave
Germanic: *krut-ō- vb.
Latin: grosa f. `Schabeisen des Silberarbeiters'
Russ. meaning: гравировать
References: WH
Proto-IE: *grud-
Meaning: to shout
Old Greek: grǘzdō `grunzen'
Germanic: *krut-ja- vb., *krut-jōn- f.
Russ. meaning: издавать какие-то звуки
References: WH
Proto-IE: *grūd-
Meaning: to press, to squeeze
Germanic: *krūd-a- vb., *kru-d=, *krau-d=
Celtic: Irl gruth `geronnene Milch, Quark'
Russ. meaning: жать, давить
References: WP I 648 f
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