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Number: 1602
Root: reig- oder reiĝ-
English meaning: to bind
German meaning: `binden'
General comments: nur kelt. und germ.
Material: Ir. ad-riug `alligō', con-riug `colligō', do-riug `nudō', fo-riug `sistō'; *rigo- steckt in mir. ārach `Fessel' (bret. ere) aus *ad-rigo-, cenn-rach `Halfter' (= cymr. pen-rhe `Stirnband'); *reigo- in cymr. modrwy f. `Ring', rhwym (*reig-smn̥) m. `Fessel' (Pl. acymr. ruimmein), aerwy (*ad-reigo-) `Halfter', air. būarach, cymr. burwy `Kuhfessel', cyfrwy `Sattel' (*kom-reigo-); mbret. rum `bande, troupeau' geht auf *roig-smn̥ zurück;

    ir. cuimrech n. `Fessel, Fesseln' (bret. kevre `lien') entspricht, da die Grundform*kom-rig-om ist, bis auf das Suffix dem lat. corrigia, corrigium `Schuhriemen, Riemen';

    mhd. ric Gen. rickes m. `Band, Fessel, Verstrickung, Knoten' und ricken `anbinden'.

References: WP. II 347, Loth RC. 41, 220, WH. I 278 f.;
See also: wohl Erweiterung von rei-1; Bedeutungsentwicklung wie (S. 858) rei-p- `wickeln, binden'.
Pages: 861-862
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *reig(')-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to tie together
Germanic: *rik-ja- m.
Latin: corrigia f. `Schuhriemen, Riemen überhaupt'
Celtic: *rigō, *komrigom, *reigsmn, *roigsmn, *adreigo- etc. > Ir ad-riug `alligo', con-riug `colligo', do-riug `nudo', fo-riug `sisto', ārsch `Fessel', buarach `Kuhspannseil', cennrach `Hlfter', sciath-rach `Schildriemen', cuim-rech n. `Fessel(n)'; OCymr pl. ruimmein `Fesseln', Cymr pen-rhe `Stirnband', mordrwy f. `Ring', rhwym m. `Fessel' , aerwy `Halfter', burwy `Kuhfessel', cyfrwy `Sattel', MBret rum `bande, troupeau', Bret ere `Fessel'
Russ. meaning: связывать
References: WP II 347
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Germanic etymology :

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Proto-Germanic: *rikja-z
Meaning: band, tie
IE etymology: IE etymology
Middle High German: ric, gen. rickes st. m. `Band, Fessel, Verstickung, Knoten', ndrh. ricke, recke wk. f. 'ds.'; ricken wk. 'anbinden, fesseln'
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Nostratic etymology :

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Eurasiatic: *rVkV
Meaning: to bind
Indo-European: *reig(')- (also *reḱ-, reǵ- id., WP 2, 362)
Altaic: *erka
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Altaic etymology :

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Proto-Altaic: *erka
Nostratic: Nostratic
Meaning: to wrap, tie
Russian meaning: заворачивать, завязывать
Turkic: *Arka-
Mongolian: *arga-
Korean: *ǝ̀rk-
Comments: Cf. Nan. erĩ 'rope for binding up the yurt with ritual purposes' (ТМС 2,463), suggesting that *-k- may be originally a suffix. Despite Щербак 1997, 162, Mongolian forms are hard to explain as borrowed from Turkic.
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Turkic etymology :

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Proto-Turkic: *Arka-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: lasso, thick string
Russian meaning: лассо, толстая веревка
Uzbek: arkan 1
Turkmen: arqān
Comments: VEWT 26, ЭСТЯ 1, 175-176. Turk. > WMong. arqala-, Kalm. arxǝl- (KW 14).
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Mongolian etymology :

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Proto-Mongolian: *arga-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 string, cord 2 woven basket
Russian meaning: 1 веревка 2 плетеная корзина
Written Mongolian: arɣamǯi 2, aruɣ 2
Middle Mongolian: arqamǯi (SH) arɣā, arɣamči (IM 432) 1, āruq (MA 113) 2
Khalkha: argamǯ 1, arag 2
Buriat: arag 2
Kalmuck: arǝg 2
Ordos: aruG 2
Dongxian: areu 2 (MGCD arǝu)
Baoan: aroG 2 (MGCD arGoŋ)
Monguor: aruG 2 (SM 14), aroG (MGCD)
Mogol: ZM ɔ̄ra (13-3) 'fibre'
Comments: KW 13, MGCD 114, 115. Turkic origin of arɣamǯi was supposed by Doerfer TMN 1, 122, but without sufficient reasons (Chag. arɣamǯi etc. (see ЭСТЯ 1, 171-172) is certainly < Mong., see ibid.).
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Korean etymology :

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Proto-Korean: *ǝ̀rk-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to wrap, tie up
Russian meaning: завязывать, заворачивать
Modern Korean: ǝlk-
Middle Korean: ǝ̀rk-
Comments: Nam 368, KED 1147.
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