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Proto-IE: *gʷow-
Meaning: cow
Hittite: *guwau- 'Rind' (Tischler 701)
Tokharian: A ko, B keŭ `cow' (Adams 189)
Old Indian: gáu-ḥ m. `ox', f. `cow'
Avestan: gāu- `ox, cow'
Other Iranian: NPers gāv `cow'
Armenian: kov `Kuh'
Old Greek: bôu̯-s, boós, acc. bō̂-n / bôu̯-n f., m. `Rind, Kuh, Ochse'
Slavic: *govę̄do, *gòvędь/*gòvedь f.; *govьnõ n.; *gumьnõ n. (*gū-/*gov-, <минусовый> циркумфл. корень)
Baltic: *gō̃w-i- c.
Germanic: *kō-, *kū- f.; *kw-īj-ō f.; *kw-īg-á- m., *kwī-g-ṓn- f.
Latin: bōs, gen. bovis m., f. `Rind'
Other Italic: Osk Búvaianúd; Volsk bim `bovem'; Umbr bum `bovem', bue `bove', buf `boves'
Celtic: OIr bō, pl. bai (< *gōu̯es) `Kuh'
Russ. meaning: скот (корова, бык - домашние)
References: WP I 696 f
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