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Proto-IE: *bhreus-
Meaning: chest, belly
Slavic: *brjūxo, *brjūxъ
Germanic: *briust-i- c., *briust-a- n., *brust- c.
Celtic: *brus-, *brusnjo-, *bruslo- > OIr brū, gen. bronn `Bauch, Leib', brūach `ventriosus'; bruinne `Brust'; brollach `Buden'; MIr bruasach `mit starker, breiter Brust'; Cymr. bru `venter, uterus', bronn `Brust'; Bret. bronn, bron `Brust'
Russ. meaning: грудь, живот
References: WP II 197 f

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