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Proto-IE: *ēt-er-, -d-
Meaning: stomach, intestines
Old Greek: ē̂tor n. (nur nom.-acc.) `Herz'; ion., att. ē̂tro-n `Bauch, Unterleib'
Slavic: *jēdro, *jēdrā ЭССЯ 6:43-44
Germanic: *ēd-ī(n-), *ēd-r-ī(n-) f.
Latin: uterus, -ī m., uter, -ī m., uterum, -ī n. `Unterleib, Bauch, bes. Mutterleib, Gebärmutter'
Celtic: OIr inathar `Eingeweide'
Russ. meaning: живот, внутренности
References: WP I 190 f

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