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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *ghrew-
Meaning: to weep, to be sad
Slavic: *grъstь, *grūstь
Baltic: *graũd- (*graũd-ja-) vb. tr., *grū̂d- (*grū̂d-d-) vb. tr., *grud- vb. intr., *grū-d-t-i- c., *gru-d-in̂- vb., *grau-d-u- adj., *graũ-d-ia- c., *grau-d-s-m-iā̃ f.
Germanic: *grū-ē- vb., *griw-il=, *grū-s=, etc.; *griu-t-a- vb.
Celtic: Cymr griddfan `seufzen'
Russ. meaning: плакать, грустить
References: WP I 648 f

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