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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
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