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Proto-IE: *ghrenǝdh- (/ *ghrenǝd-)
Meaning: to pound, to scrape; sand, meal, flour
Old Greek: khóndro-s m. 'granule; lump; groats of wheat or spelt; gristle, cartilage'; khondró- 'granular, coarse'
Slavic: *grę̄dā́ `Sandbank, Dünen'
Baltic: *gren̂d- (*gren̂d-a-), *gran̂d-ī̂- (2?) vb.
Germanic: *grind-a- vb.; *grind-i- c., *grand-a- n., *grund-an- m., -ōn- f.
Latin: frendō, -ere, frē(n)sum `(mit den Zähnen) knirschen'
Russ. meaning: измельчать, скрести; песок, мука́
References: WP I 656 f
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