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Proto-IE: *bhrem(e)-, *breme-
Meaning: to make a noise
Old Greek: brémō `brummen, brausen, rauschen', brómo-s m. `Geräusch', brontǟ́ f. `Donner', eri-, hüpsi-bremétǟ-s; anaksi-bréntǟ-s `donnerbeherrschend'
Slavic: *brьmētī, *brьmītь
Germanic: *brim-ō(n-) f., *bram-iō f., *brim-a- vb., *brim-ja- vb., *brum-ja- vb., *brim-is-ō f.
Latin: fremō, -ere, -uī, -itum `brummen, brüllen, tosen; murren, murmeln, lärmen'
Celtic: *brem- > Cymr brefu `brüllen'
Russ. meaning: шуметь
References: WP II 202 f
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