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Proto-IE: *(o)rū-, *(o)rū-g-, etc.; *orw-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to dig; ditch (incl. as a boundary)
Old Indian: áruṣ- n. `wound, sore'; ? ūrvá- m. `ocean' (but as adj. `broad, great', probably derived from uru-)
Old Greek: att. hóro-s, ep., on. ọ̄̂ro-s, kork. orwos, kret., arg. ō̂ro-s, herakl. óro-s m. `Grenze, Grenzzeichen (-pfahl, -säule, -stein), Termin, Schranke, Ziel, Bestimmung, Definition' || orǘssō, att. -ttō, aor. orügẹ̄̂n, orǘksai, p. orükhthē̂nai̯, orügē̂nai̯, pf. orṓrükha, `graben, scharren, auf-, be-, aus-, um-, durchgraben', orükhǟ́, orügǟ́ `das Graben', órügma n. `Graben', kat-ōrükhḗs `in der Erdfe vergraben', diō̂rük-s, -ükhos f. Grabe, Kanal, órügma `Grube, Graben', orükhǟ́ f. `das Graben', orüktḗr m. `Minenarbeiter', orǘktǟ-s m. `Gräber, Werkzeug zum Graben'
Slavic: *rъvъ, -*rъvā || *rɨ̄tī, *rovъ, *rɨ̄́dlo (#12024)
Baltic: *ur̂w-a-/*ur̂w-a- (2?) c.
Germanic: *arw-az-, *arw-iz- n.
Latin: urvus `circuitus civitatis'; (amb)urvāre `mit einer Grenzfurche umziehen' || rūta caesa `alles, was auf einem Grundstück ausgegraben und gefällt ist', rutrum n. `Grabscheit, Schaufel', rutellum `kleine Schaufel', rutābulum n. `Ofenschaufel'; ruō, -ere, ruī, rūtus `wühle, scharre'
Other Italic: Osk uruvú `Grenze, Grenzweg'
Russ. meaning: ров, граница; шрам
References: WP II 351 f
Comments: See also REFERNUM 1629
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