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Proto-IE: *werǝd-, *wrād-
Meaning: sprout, root
Old Greek: rhā́dīk-s, -īkos m. `Ast, Zweig'; rhádamno-s (~ -ǟ́-) m. `Ast, Zweig, Trieb'
Germanic: *wirt-i- c.; *wurt-ō, -i- c.; *wrōt-ō f.
Latin: rādīx, gen. -īcis f. `Wurzel', radius, -ī `Stab, Speiche, Weberschiffchen, Olive, Strahl der Sonne'; rāmus, -ī m. `Ast, Zweig'
Celtic: *wǝ̄rdno-, *wǝ̄rdskā-, *wǝ̄rdjV-: OIr frēn `Wurzel'; Cymr gwreiddyn, pl. gwraidd `radix, stirps', gwrysgen `Ast Corn', grueiten `Wurzel', MBret gruizyenn `Wurzel'
Russ. meaning: побег, корень
References: WP I 288
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