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Proto-IE: *gʷere-, *gʷrō-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to swallow, to drink, to devour
Old Indian: girati, gilati `to swallow, devour, eat', ptc. gīrṇa-; gará- `swallowing', m. `drink, beverage', tuvi-grí-, -grá- `swallowing much'
Avestan: ǰaraiti `schluckt', -gar `verschlingend'; garǝman- `Kehle, Hals'
Armenian: ker `Speise, Frass', kur `id.', keri `ich ass'; kokord `Kehle'
Old Greek: bibrṓskō `(auf)essen, verzehren', aor. ébrōn. pf. bébrōka, hom. pf. opt. bebrṓthoi̯s; borǟ́ `Frass (eines Raubtiers)', boró- `gefrässig' ; brō̂ma n., brṓmǟ f.; brōtǘ-s, brō̂si-s `Speise, Nahrung'; brōtḗr `Fresser; fressend, verzehrend'; bárathro-n, ep., ion. bérethro-n, ark. dzerethro-n (< *dérethro-n) `Schlund, Abgrund'
Slavic: *žьrǭ, *žertī; *žerǭ, *žьrā́tī; *žerdlo, *žьrdlo
Baltic: *ger̂- (2) vb. tr., *ger̃-tl-iā̃ f., *pra=gar-a- c., *gir-tl-ia- c.
Germanic: *kwír-ɵr-a- m., n.
Latin: vorāre `gierig fressen, verschlingen', vorāx, -ācis `gefrässig', vora f.: comestōrēs, quī rem suam in voram mittunt; carni-vorus, -a, omni-vorus, -a; pl. vorrī (Gl.) `edācēs'
Celtic: *to-gʷrijā; *gʷrāvato-, *gʷrāvanā > OIr tuarae `Speise'; OCymr breuad `Totenwurm', breuan `Aaskrähe'
Albanian: ngranɛ `gegessen'
Russ. meaning: глотать, пить, пожирать
References: WP I 682 f
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