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Proto-IE: *sū-, *sū-k-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: pig
Tokharian: B suwo 'pig, hog' (Adams 698)
Old Indian: sūkará- m. `boar, hog, pig'
Avestan: gen. hū `Schwein'
Old Greek: hǖ̂s, acc. hǖ̂n, gen. hüós m., f. `Schwein, Sau, Eber'
Slavic: *svīnъ
Germanic: *sū-, *su-g-ṓ f., *sug-iṓ f.
Latin: sūs, gen. suis f. `Schwein'; su-bulcus `Sauhirt', su-cerda `Schweinekot'; sucula f. `Schweinchen'
Celtic: OIr socc sāil `Meeressäugetier'; MIr soc m. `snuit van varken', Cymr hwch m., f. `varken'
Albanian: thi, pl. thij m. `pig'
Russ. meaning: скот (свинья)
References: WP II 512 f
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