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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
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