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Proto-IE: *krewa-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: (raw) meat, (fresh) blood
Old Indian: kravís- n. `raw flesh', krūrá- `wounded, hurt, sore'
Avestan: xrūra- 'blutig, grausig, grausam', acc. xrūm 'Stück blutiges Fleisch', xrvant- 'grauenhaft, grausig, usw.'
Old Greek: kréas, gen. kréōs, pl. kréa, gen. ion., att. kreō̂n, hom. krẹ̄ō̂n, HHom. kreáōn n. `Fleisch, Fleischstück'
Slavic: *krɨ̄, gen. *krъve
Baltic: *kraũ-ja- c., -jā̂ f.
Germanic: ? *xrḗw-a-, *xraw-a- adj.
Latin: cruor, -ōris m. `das rohe, dicke Blut ausserhalb des Körpers', cruentus, -a `blutig, blutbespritzt'
Celtic: MIr crō; Cymr crau, Corn crow `Blut'
Russ. meaning: сырое мясо; свежая кровь
References: WP I 478 f
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