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Proto-IE: *(o)nAbh-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: navel
Old Indian: nábhya- n. `nave, central part of a wheel'; nā́bhi- f. `navel; nave'
Avestan: nāfa- 'Nabel'
Other Iranian: NPers nāf 'Nabel'
Old Greek: omphaló-s m. `Nabel, Nabelschnur; Schildbuckel, Jochknopf'
Baltic: *nab-ā̂ f., *nab-[a]-
Germanic: *nab-ō f., *nab-[a]l-an- m., *naba-gaiza- n.
Latin: umbilīcus, -ī m. `Nabel', umbō, -ōnis m. `Schildbuckel'
Celtic: OIr imbliu `Nabel' (*imbilon-); MBret imlecan `Nabel'
Russ. meaning: пупок
References: WP I 130
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