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Proto-IE: *(s)kerǝ-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: bark, skin
Old Indian: cárman- n. `hide, skin'
Avestan: čarǝman- `Fell, Haut'
Old Greek: kṓrüko-s m. `Ledersack', kōrükís `id.'
Slavic: *korā, *skorā, *skorjā; *čerslo (кожа, кора)
Baltic: *kar-n-ā̂, *kar-d-ā̂ f., *skar-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *xir-d=, *xr-id=; *skar=; *skir-m=
Latin: corium, -ī n. (/corius) `dicke Haut, Fell, Balg (von Tieren), Leder; dicke Schale, Hülse; dicker Überzug, Kruste';
Celtic: *kŏruko-s > Ir curach `Hautboot', Cymr corwg, cwrwg `ds.'
Russ. meaning: кора, кожа
References: WP II 573 f
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