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Proto-IE: *swek'u-r- (Gr hw-)
Meaning: husband's father
Old Indian: śváśura- m. `father-in-law, husband's or wife's father', śvaśrū́- f. `mother-in-law'
Avestan: xvasura- m. 'Schwiegervater'
Armenian: skesur `Schwiegermutter', skesrair `Schwiegervater'
Old Greek: heküró-s m. `Vater des Ehemannes, Schwiegervater', hekürǟ́ f. `Mutter des Ehemanns, Schwiegermutter'
Slavic: *svek(ъ)rъ; *svek(ъ)rɨ̄, -ъve
Baltic: *šečur-a- m.
Germanic: *swíxr-a- m., *swigr-ṓ f., *swíxr-ōn- f., *swíxr-an- m.; *swēgr-á- m.
Latin: socer (/socerus), gen. -erī `Schwiegervater', pl. socerī `Schwiegereltern'; socrus, gen. -ūs f. `Schwiegermutter'
Celtic: Cymr chwegr, Corn hweger `Schwiegermutter'
Albanian: vjehɛr̄, vjer̄ Schwiegervater, vjéher̄ɛ Schwiegermutter
Russ. meaning: свекор
References: WP II 521 f
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