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Proto-IE: *ghrewǝ-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to fell, to pull down, to fall (in)
Old Greek: aor. khraẹ̄̂n, ékhrae, 3 pl. ékhraon, 2 pl. ekhráete `anfallen, angreifen, in Angriff nehmen, auf etwas bestehen `überfiel, bedrängte'; zda-khrēẹ̄̂s `heftig andrängende, ungestüme'
Slavic: *grūdā, *grūmɨ̄, -ene, *grūmъ
Baltic: *greû- (2) vb. tr., *grǖ̂- vb. intr., *greû-t-ia- c., *graw-ā̂ f., *grē̂w-ā̂ (2) f.,; *grū̂-d- (*grū̂d-a-) (2) vb. tr., *grū̂-d-ī̂- (2) vb.
Germanic: *griu-n-a- n., -ō f.; *gruww-á- n.; *griu-t-a- vb., *griu-t-a- n., *grau-t-a- adj., *grū-t-a- m., *gru-t-jō f.
Latin: ingruō, -ere, -uī `mit Heftigkeit hereinbrechen, anstürmen, anfallen'; congruō, -ere, -uī `zusammenfallen, zusammentreffen'; congruus, -a `übereinstimmend'; rūdus, -eris (/ rōdus) `zerbröckeltes Gestein, Geröll, Schutt; Mörtel, Estrichmasse'
Celtic: Cymr gro `Sand', OCorn grou `Sand', MBret grouanenn `Sand', Bret grouan `gravier'
Russ. meaning: валить(ся), рушить(ся)
References: WP I 647 f
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