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Proto-IE: *(o)bhrū-
Meaning: eyebrow; edge
Tokharian: A pärwāṃ, B pärwāne (PT dual. *pärwāne) 'brows' (Adams 374)
Old Indian: OInd bhrū́- f., acc. bhrúv-am `eyebrow, brow'
Avestan: brvat- f. (du.) 'Brauen'
Other Iranian: NPers abrū, barū 'Brauen'
Old Greek: ophrǖ̂-s, -ǘos f. `Augenbraue; erhöhtes Rand, Hügelrand'
Slavic: *brɨ̄, gen. *brъve; *obrɨ̄, gen. *obrъve; *brъvьkā
Baltic: bruw-i-s f., *bru-n-a- c., *bru-n-ia- c.; *breun-ā̂
Germanic: *brū-, *brū-n=; *brē(x)w=; *brū-n=
Celtic: OIr acc. pl. forbru, gen. pl. forbrū `supercilia', MIr du. gen. brūad, brōi, brä nom. du. f. `Brauen'; OIr brū `Rand, Ufer', bruach (zweisilbig, mit -*ako-)
Russ. meaning: бровь; край, бровка
References: WP II 196, 206 f
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