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Proto-IE: *owǝdh-
Meaning: udder
Old Indian: ū́dhar / ū́dhas n., gen. ūdhnáḥ `udder'
Old Greek: ôu̯thar, -atos n. `Euter'
Slavic: *vɨ̄́mę̄
Baltic: *pa=ū̂d-r-iā̃ (1) f., *ūd-r-ā̂- vb.
Germanic: *iud-ur-a- n., -an- m.?, *ūd-ir-a- n.
Latin: ūber, -eris n. `Euter, Zitze, Mutterbrust', ūber, -eris adj. `fruchtbar, reich, ergiebig'
Russ. meaning: вымя
References: WP I 111
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