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Proto-IE: *arw-/*e-
Meaning: field
Old Indian: urvárā f. `fertile soil, field yielding crop'
Avestan: urvarā `Pflanze'
Armenian: erkir `Erde'
Old Greek: ár[ọ̄]ra f. `Ackerland, Land'
Slavic: *orvьnъ(jь)
Baltic: *arw-a- adj.
Germanic: *irw-an- m., -ōn- f.
Latin: arvus, -a, -um `zum Pflügen bestimmt, Acker-, Saat-'; arva f.; arvum, -ī n. `Saatgefilde, Ackerland, Flur'
Other Italic: Umbr arvame-en `in arvam', ar(u)via `frumenta'
Celtic: MIr arbor, dat. arbaim, gen. (schon OIr) arbe, pl. n. a. arbanna (rr/n-St) `Getreide'; Cymr erw f., pl. erwi, erwydd `Feld', Corn erw, ereu `id.', OBret, MBret eru, Bret ero `Furche'
Russ. meaning: долина ровная
References: WP I 78 f
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