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Proto-IE: *reig(')-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to tie together
Germanic: *rik-ja- m.
Latin: corrigia f. `Schuhriemen, Riemen überhaupt'
Celtic: *rigō, *komrigom, *reigsmn, *roigsmn, *adreigo- etc. > Ir ad-riug `alligo', con-riug `colligo', do-riug `nudo', fo-riug `sisto', ārsch `Fessel', buarach `Kuhspannseil', cennrach `Hlfter', sciath-rach `Schildriemen', cuim-rech n. `Fessel(n)'; OCymr pl. ruimmein `Fesseln', Cymr pen-rhe `Stirnband', mordrwy f. `Ring', rhwym m. `Fessel' , aerwy `Halfter', burwy `Kuhfessel', cyfrwy `Sattel', MBret rum `bande, troupeau', Bret ere `Fessel'
Russ. meaning: связывать
References: WP II 347
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