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IE 1.-familia italica 2.-familia celtica 3.-familia germanica 4.-familia graeca 5.-familia inda 6.

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2a0.-ogham. 3a1.-Germ. 4.1.-Ion-att. 5.1.-Sanscr. 6.1.-V russ.
1b1.-Osc. 2b0.-Gal/Brit 4.2.-aeol 4.3.-dor 5.2.-ved. 6.2.-n. russ
1a0.-Lat. 2a1.-Oir. 3a2.-angl. 3a3.-
1b2.-umbr. 2b1.-cymbr.. 4.4.-boeot. 5.3..avest. 6.3.-lith
uerba 1a1.-gal-rom 2a2.-mir. nord/dan. 3B0.-Goth.
1b3.-volsc. 2b2.-corn. 4.5.-phyg. 4.6.- 5.4.-armen 6.4.-latv.
1a2.-Pren. 2a3.-mn Ir . 3a5.-ned. 3a6.-
1b4.-pelig. 2b3.-bret. maced. 4.7.-ac- 5.5.-hitt 6.5.-serb.
2a4.-sc. plattd.
chip 4.8.-myc 5.6.-pers. . 6.6.-pol.
* ∂gjō aiō 1b2.-aiu h, an-wga 'iussī' 5.4.-asem
<< ∂gtis
āpnoti
5.3.-apayeiti, 3. Pl.
apīscor, coepī,
aptw 'ligō'; afh āp∂nte <āpwantai
aptus, cōpula;
* ∂pjō 'tactus'; afa(tt)w 5.4.-unim <pn?
ape (imperat.);
'tangō' 'possideō'
apud<ap-wod
5.5.-eipmi 'emō' 3. pl.
appaanzi
<< ∂snātis
avallo ablъko, jablъko
Abella (malifera apls?
* ábelos aball <ln 2b1.-afal apful 6.3.-obulas (fr.),
sec. Vergilium) KRIMGOT: apel
2b2, 2b3.- obelìs (arb.)
irl. Opunn, t-op
* abhnos 'repentīnus' / afnw abьje 'citō'
obann, tobann
abrs 'uī'
abraba 'multō'
* abhro- abor- 'multō' 2b1.-afr- 'multō' 3a3.-afar 'multō'
biabrjan 'stupōre.
excitārī'
2b1.-oen (pl. wyn) 3a2.-ēanian,. to (j)agnę, (j)agnьcь
agnus; agnīle, 1b2.-habina(f) úan proto-celt.
* acnos 2b2.-oin/oan/on yean <*-gwhn- amnos < *abnos 'auillus'; jagnilo
auillus, agnīnus 'agnīnae' *ognos
2b3.-oan (pl. ein) 'sicut agnus esse' 'agnīle'

az; zagēn, zougen


ad-
az; adpud 'quoad' ad- (v.g. adgládur 3a2.-æt; at; at-augjan ha<ad-ghe; t-saráti
* ad ad 2b2.-add-; a(g)
1b2.-ar- 'appellō') tōgian 'timeō' 'monstrō' 'reptat'
'cum' <ad-ghe
3a3.-at

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2b2.-arsie<adio
'sanctē';
arsmor<admon zil, Ziel 'fātum'
'ritus'; ad, pl ada 'mōs'; addas 'correctus'; 3a2.-til 'correctus'; til, ga-tils
* adējō
arsmatiam<admati adas 'pertinens' eddyl 'fās' til 'tenus'; 'correctus'
o- 'rituālem'; 3a3.-til 'tenus'
armamu
'ordināmini'
<< admṇ
atisk <*-esko 5.5.-hattar; hat- TOK A, B.-āti
* ados ezzisca 'sēmen'
'aruum' 'siccus esse' 'grāmina'
egis-līh 'terribilis' *ogan (og); agis acomai 'afflīgor';
* āghar ·ágathar 3a2.-ege (i-), awe (agisis) 'timor'; acos '-ctiō'; oclos
'timor' unagands 'audax' 'onus, multitūdō'
ozero
* ágherom acerwn 'Acherōn' ILLYR.-Oseriates
6.3.-ẽžeras

ahī 'bōs'
ag allaid 'ceruus', ál ael 'id'; eilion
* aghjā 5.3.-azī 'forda'
'catulus' <*agliones 'equī'
5.4.-ezn 'bōs'?

agis 'aiscros'
agliÞa, aglō
agha 'prāuus'
álad? 'uulnus' eglian 'aegrotāre' 'tribulātiō' us- acomai 'afflīgor';
aghala 'malum'
* aghlós aeleu<aghlowo 3a2.-egele agljam 'tribulāre' oclos 'onus,
5.3.-agō
'dolor' 'repugnans' aglus, agluba multitūdō'
'prāuus'
'difficile'
aglaitei `aselgeia'
2b1.-glaw, 'pluuia'
* aghlóws aclus 'tenebrae' 5.4.-aɫǯaɫǯ 'obscūrus' 6.9.-aglo 'pluuia'
2b3.-glav 'id'
<< ághneumi acnumi
* aglā ál ael agelh 'grex'
* ág∂lis agilis ajirá-
* agm∂n agmen, exāmen ájman-

acum 'agere' atom-aig 'adigit me' 2b1.-agit/â 'it' ájati


* agō agō 3a3.-aka 'condūcō' agw
1b2.-aitu 'agitō' áin <*agni- 'ductiō' 2b2-2b3.-a 5.3.-azaiti

ekel 'damnum'
agos 'culpa'; ā́gas- 'culpa';
* agos 3a2.-acan, ōc
anaghs 'innocens' ánāgas- 'innocens'
'doleō'

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ajá- 'ariēs'; ajā́ 'capra' koza (k cf. kostь)
ajína-m 'pellis' (j)azno 'pellis'
* agós ag, agh ?? 'cerua' ALB.-dhī́ 'capra'
5.4.-ezn? 'bōs' ? 6.3.-ožìnis
5.6.-azak, azg 'capr.' 'caprīnus'
2b1.-hair/aer
* agrā ár agra 'uenātiō'
2b3.-air pl. airou
2b1.-aeron
agoda, jagoda
áirne 'prūnus 'baccae', eirin ackeran, Ecker
* ágrēnom akran 'fruit' 6.3.-úoga 'bacca'
spinōsa' 'prūnī' 2b3.- 3a2.- æcern
6.4.-uôga
(h)irin 'prūn. sp.'
<< agróqolās
* agros ager 3a2.-æcer akrs agros ájra-
<< agslā
* agtós actus aktos
aiwiski
ekeln 'repudiō' aiscos <*aigʷh-s- 5.5.-iskuna(hh)
'uerecundia' осохъ 'ignōminia'
* aichesājō 3a2.-æwan kos 'uerecundia'; 'iniuriō' TOK B.-
aiwiskōn *ai>*au !!
'contemnō' aiscuno(mai) yäsk 'mancillō'
'repudiō'
<< aidhis
inddhé; édhah
aedes, aestas, eit 'ardor' ; ast 'cremium' ; vīdhrá-
aiqw, aiqos 'ardor';
aestus <*aidh-stu- aed (aeda) <*aidhu- 'siccātor' 'sūdus'; iṣṭaka 'later 6.7.-nisteje
* aidhō Aedui (VN) aiqhr 'aer',
(cf. irl. tess *tep- 'ignis' 3a2.-ād 'cremium'; combustus' 5.3.- 'caloriferum'
iqaros 'sūdus'
stu-) oast 'sicc' aesma 'cremium'
5.5.-ay- 'caleō'
eih
* aigā aesculus ? krataigos, aigilwj
3a2.-ác
3a2.-ācol 'agitātus'
bába jagá
inca ALB.-ke-ék `prāuus'
'uenefica'
'dolor' <*ke + *aigio-
* aigros aeger jedza 'morbum,
3a3.-eikja, eikla TOCH A ekro B
ira' 6.3..-ingas
'tormentō'; ekki aik(a)re
'piger'
'dolor'

aicmh < *ksm igla 'acus'


* aikō icō, iciō 'hasta'; iktar 5.3.-ishar 'protinus' 6.3.-iẽšmas,
'prope' jiẽšmas 'hasta'
<< áimneumi
imāgō, aemulus,
* aimom 5.5.-himma
imitor

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<< ainō enant 'domitus'
* áinumoi aemulus ainumai 'potior' 5.5.- pai- (pe+ai) 'dō'
* aiqos aequus eka 'ūnus'
* airā aira 'mala herba' erakā 'herba' 6.4.-aĩres, aĩrenes
aideomai < īdē (p.pt īdya)
* aisdai aistan 'caueō'
*aisdesomai 'honorō' <*aisd-
<< aisdhom
iskra 'scintilla';
ésca, éscae 'lūna'
* aiskrós 5.5.-asara-, esara- jasnъ
<H2eiskjo-
6.3.-áiškus, iškùs
aisusis 'sacrificiis'
ēra /Ehre īdē (p.pt īdya)
* aisō esono- aistan 'caueō' aidomai < aisdomai
3a2.-ar 'honor' 'honorō' <*aisd-
'sacer'

eshati 'quaerit',
eiskōn, heischen iskati 'quaerō';
eshah, icchah
eiscurent 'poscō' iska 'desiderium'
* áisoskō aeruscāre 'desiderium'
'arcessierint' 3a2.-āscian, āxian 6.3.-ieskoti
ishma- 'deus amoris'
'poscō' 6.4.-ieskat
5.3.-ishaiti 'desiderat'
eisca 'postulātiō'
icchā 5.4.-
* aisskā 3a2.-æsce iska
aic ̣ 'inuest.'
'inuestigātiō'
aeteis`partis' aisa < aitia
'pars, 5.3.-aēta 'multa,
* aitis aíttíúm 'portionum' áes 'aetas' <ait-to 2b1.-oes 'aetas'
destīnum' punītiō'
aitia 'causa'
io 3a2.-
* áiw(es)i ā, ō aiw aiw, aei
3a3.-æ, ei
Aesus
2b1.-oes aiwn 'tempus, ā́yuḥ (āyušaḥ) 'uis ALB.eshë <
* áiwesos áis, aes, óis, oes
2b2.-huis/oys/ūz saeculum' uitālis' *aiu̯esi̯ā
2b3.-oet, oat, oad
ēwa <*-ā 'tempus,
aeternitās' 3a3.- aiws <*aiwi dhn-aios TOK A.-āym-
* aiwós aeuus, longaeuus
ǣvi <*-i, æ 'uita, 'tempus, mundus' 'longaeuus' 'spiritus, uita'
aetās'
<< áiwotāts

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ēwa <*-ā 'tempus,
aeternitās' 3a3.- aiws <*aiwi aiwn <*ay-wen TOK A.-āym-
* aiwu aewum ā́ yu-; ā́ yuḥ (āyušaḥ)
ǣvi <*-i, æ 'uita, 'tempus, mundus' 'tempus, saeculum' 'spiritus, uita'
aetās'
ēr, ehe, eher aeri, hri; herios;
* ájeri 3a2.-ær, ere air 5.3.-ayar (ayan)
3a3.-ár ariston 'ientāculum'
<< ájesnos
áyah 'ferrum,
ēr 3a2.-
* ajos aes aiz metallum'
ār 3a3-eir 5.3.-ayō
ahorn
* ákeris acer
3a3.-aer
* ákeswos
ekka, Ecke
'angulus'
* akjēs aciēs akis (idos) 'cuspis' osla<*osъla 'cōs'
3a2.-eggja
3a3.-egg
akmhnos 'sine kąsъ 'buccella?'
* akmā ham, hamm
morsō' 6.3.-kumuo^ss
kamy, ка́мень
akmwn (akmonos) aśman- (aśnas)
* akmōn 6.3.-akmuõ;
'incūs' 5.5.-aku
ãšmens 'lāmina'

agana, Ahne 'id' akaina ; akanh 6.3.- ašnìs 'id'


* aknā agna ahana 'foenum' aśáni-ḥ 'hasta'
3a2.-egenu 'id' 'cōs'; akanqos 6.4.-asns 'germen'

3a3.-agn aśnāti áśanam


akulos 'glans';
* áknāmi 'inescatorium'; æja 'cibus' 5.3.- -āsa
akolos 'esca'
<ahjan 'pāscōr' '-uorus'

exācum 'centaurion
lepton' 2b1.-dieuc 3a3.-ag 'cladium osoka 'cаrех'
* akōkós <*dēāko- 'puter' mariscus'; agge, akwkh 'cuspis' 6.3.-ãšaka 'spīna',
2b3.-eok <eksāko- ugg 'cuspis, dens' furfur
'matūrus, blandus'

acus (aceris);
ahir, Ähre *ahiz 'id' acnh <aksnā,
aceruus (cf.
* akos 3a2.-ear *ahuz ahs 'spīca' acuron 'palea'
Minerua
3a3.-ax 'spīca' oxus 'acūtus'
<*Meneswā)

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1b1.-akrid 'acrī' / 2b1.-arocrion ostrъ


'acriter' a(i)cher 'uiolentus 'atrocia' 3a3.-ǫgr <*akro- aśrís 'cuspis' 6.3-ašrùs, aštras;
* akris acer, acris, acre akh 'cuspis'
1b2.-peracri (uentus)' <*-ero-? 2b3.-acer-uission 'perca fluuiālis' 5.4.-aseln 'acus' ašerỹs 'perca flu.'
'opīmus' 'cum acūtīs digitīs' 6.4.-ass 'acūtus'
ágra- 'cuspis'
* akrom akron 5.4.-aseln 'acus'
5.5.-hekur 'mons'
achhus, Axt
* áksijā ascia 3a2.-acus æx aqizi axinh 5.5.-ates(s)a-
axe
2b1.-achel, echel ahsa osi
* aksis axis axwn áksah
2b3.-ael 3a3.-oxoll 6.3.-ašìs
ostъ, ostъnъ
'cuspis'
* aksteinos aittenn <2b1 2b1.- eithin
6.3.-akstìs,
ãkstinas 'id'
3a2.-egle, ails
* ákulos aculeus 2b3.- ebil <*ak̂u̯-īli̯ o- 'arista'; āwel <*- osla <*osъla 'cōs'
wolo- 'furca'
acus (acūs), acia оsъtъ 'carduus'
* akus 5.5.-akus 'cōs'
<*acu-i̯ ā 6.3.-akúotas 'arista'
alala 'hurra' ole(le)
* alā! alalazw 'bellō 6.3.-aluoti
clamō' 'salutō'
alaomai, alainw
'errō'; alhths
'mendīcus'; aluw 6.4.-aluot,
ālea, ambulō, 5.5.-alwanzatar
* alājai afslaunan? 'furō' 'alūcinor', aluotie^s 'errō'
alūcinor 'frutilla'
aleuomai, aluskw āl'a 'amens'
'uitō'; hleos
'confūsus'
albiz, elbiz 5.4.-alauni lebedь< *olb-edь
Alafaternom, 3a2.-aelbitu, Alfeios (fluminis <*alabhn? 'columba' 'cygnus'
* albhos albus 2b1.-elfydd<álbhiyo
Alafis 'Albius' ielfetu 3a3.- nōmen) 5.5.-al-pa- 6.3.-bal-añdis
elptr, olpt 'cygnus' áš? 'nubēs' 'columba'

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árhati 'debet, meret;
alfh 'adquisitiō' arjati 'lucrātur'
alfanwm, alfein arghah ''ualor';
* alchos 'lucror' ar∂jaiti 'ualēt' alga 'adquisitiō'
alfesiboios 5.5.-halkuessar
'bouium adquisitor'
'messis' 5.6-
arzīdan 'lucror'
ladiji, alъdiji
3a2.-ealdoÞ, 'phasēlus'
* aldhōn
3a3.-olda 6.3.-eldijẽle
'sartagō'
* alēiks alica alix halki- 'grānum'

Eller, Erle
3a2.-elor, ólьcha
ellen, ellern,elder MAK-aliza 6.3.-elk/al̃ksnis
* álesnos alnus *alisa > ESP aliso ALB.-halë
'populus alba'
3a3.-jolstr 6.4.-àlksnis
<*elustrā

3a3.-elgiar, elgur
* alghējō algeō
'aqua-nix'
2b1.-eil/ail
* aljos alius, alter alttram `alteram' aile 2b2.-(e)yll allos
2b3.-eil
* áljote aljaþ allose
3a2.- alexw; alalkein; elkas, alkas
ealgjan<algoojan alkaqw; alkar
rakṣati 'nemus sacrum'
* alkējō ealh 'templum' alhs 'templum' 'protectiō', epalxis,
5.4.-aracel 'protectiō' 6.4.-elks
3a3.-aluh alkh 'uis'; alkimos
'potens' 'idolus'
'amulettum'
ëlho, Elch <*olkis
* alkis alcēs <gmc. alkh <gmc. ṛśa-ḥ ṛ́śya-ḥ losь <*olkis
3a2.-eolh, elk
2b1.-allt 'mons' alan 'crēscō' an-ala- 'ignis';
alt 'uetus' aldainw; analtos
* alō alō alim 2b2,b3- aliÞs rdhnóti/áddhi
3a2.-ald, old 'id' 'insatiābilis'
aot,aod 'litus' 'adipōsus' 'procreat'
alapadnos
'dēbilis' álpa 'paruus'
* alpos alapazw 'hauriō' 5.5.-alpanda 'dēbilis' 6.3.-alpti 'debilitor'
laparos
?; alpu-'suauis'
'flaccus'
lapaqos 'specus'

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<< álteros
* altjos altior, altius alt(a)e 'ēductus' alþeis 'uetus'
2b1.-allt 'clīuus'
alsos < altyos
* altós altus alt/allt 'litus' 2b2.-als 'litus'
'silua'
2b3.-aot, aod 'litus'
ālú-ḥ, ālukám-
* ā́lujos ālium, ālum *allō <*aliā allas 'rādix'
`bulbus'
al-schaf 'pōculum'
olъ
* álumṇ alūta, alūmen 3a2.-
6.3.-alùs
ealu(đ)

* amājō amō, amīcus ammen 'alō, ēducō'

ampt; amvíannud
'circuitu';
ambigō, amputō,
1b2.-ambr; ambhi-tah
amiciō; am (arc.); 2b1.-am- bi, bei
* ambhí amboltu, aferum imb-, imm- bi (cf. obhi) amfi (s) 5.3.-aiwito
anceps, 2b2,2b3.-am-, im- 3a2.-ymbe, be- bī-
'circumferre'; 5.4.-ambolj 'sospēs'
sollemnis
anferener
'circumferendi'
ambactus (lat.) ambaht, be-Amt-e
* ambhíagtos andbahts
2b1.-amaeth 3a2.ambiht
<< ámbhinom
* ambhíqolos ancilla, anculāre amfipolos
<< ambhírēmos
ambō, ambae, beide, bēde oba
* ambhou bai (m) ba(n) amfw, amfoteros ubhāu
ambō 3a2.-bā-tha 6.3.-abu
<< ámeikā
<< amēiks
ALB.-ame 'id et
* ámetā 6.3.-anýta (cf anus)
māter'
angō; angustus, angi, engi, eng 'id' amhas 'metus' ožǫ, oziti;
cum-ung 'angustus' 2b1.-(cyf-)yng, wng agcw, agconh,
* amghō angiportus, 3a2.- aggwus 'angustus' 5.5.- vežǫ,
2a3.-cumhang 2b3.-enk(<eks·ang) agcou 'près'
angīna enge hamank/enk/ink 'ligō' vezati 'ligō'
aṁhu-bhēdī 'strictē
cum-ung 'angustus' 2b1.-(cyf-)yng, wng angi, engi, eng
* amghús aggwus uagināta' ǫzъ-kъ
2a3.-cumhang 2b3.-enk(<eks·ang) 3a2.-enge
5.4.-anjuk
angust, Angst
* ámghustis angustiae ǫzostъ
'metus'
* ammā Ammaí/ae 'Matrī' 3a1, a3.-amma ammas, ammia amba TOK; В ammakki
vyāmá 'ulna (mensūra)'
* āmós āmes
samāmá 'longitūdō'

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`(Sauer)ampfer
3a2.-
* amrós amārus ampre;ōm 'oxyd.' amlá-, amblá
3a3.-
apr 'acūtus'
5.4.-aur, awr <*awur TOK A omäl, В
* amros - amrei hmera 'diēs'
<*H1eH2mōr 'diēs' emalle 'calidus'
* an an an 6.3.-an-gu 'uel'
anut, Ente nhssa oty
* an∂ts anas (anitis) ātíh 'auis aquatica'
3a2.-ened (i-) 4.3.-nassa 6.3.-ántis
1b2.-antentu
anhelō 'intenditō'; ana, an anu 5.3.-
an-dess 'ab 6.3.-anóte, anót
* ana <an+anslō, anseriato 3a2.-on ana ana, anu
meridiāno', etc 'secundum'
antemnā 'obseruātum'; 3a3.-ā 5.6.-anā
anglar 'oscines'
2b1.-anner 'uitulus'
* ándhesā ainder, aindir 2b3.- anqos 'flos'
ounner 'id'

andabata 'c.
* andhos andhá-; 5.3.-anda-
gladiātr.'
ancha, enka f. áŋgam 'membrum';
'ceruix'; enkel 'id' aggos 'aula; aŋgúli-/ri- 'digitus'
3a2-ancléow, dolium'; agkwn aŋguṣ̌ṭhá 'pollex'
* anglos angulus ai(n)gen 'sartagō' og(ъ)lъ 'angulus'
ankle 'femur' 'cubitus' <*ank, 5.3.-angušta- 'id'
3a3.- okkla agkos 'uallis' <*ank 5.4.-ankiun/giun
'femur' 'angulus'
5.4.-hanem
antlon 'sentīna', 5.5.-han(iya)
* anjō
antlew 'excupō' 'excupō'; hanessa-
'ligula'
a(n)̃cati 'uiet"
akna-, akta-
ango, angul, agkos. ogkos
ancus, uncus, 'aduncus'
angeln 'barbamentum'.
aduncus, écath 'hamus aŋkurá-ḥ
* ankos 2b1.-anghad 3a2.-onga 'puncta' agkwn 'cubitus' og(ъ)lъ
unculus, piscis"
3a3.-ankr agkulos 'propago'
ungustus, ancrae 'aduncus' 5.3.-aka-
'colpus'
5.5.-5.5.-hink
'prosternō'

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anaks 'subitō';
6.3.-anksta, ankstù
ūhta, uohta *uhtwō 'aurōra' áñjas, áñjasā 'citō,
* anksi 'mānē' (adi, adv.),
3a2.-ūht,, ūht,e *uhtiugs protinus'
anksti(ẽ) (n)
'opportūnus'
<< ánksitjom

2b1.-anadl
* an∂mos animus, anima anál us-anan 'exspirō' anemos voniati 'foetēre'
2b3.-alazn/alan
<< annā
* anos anus áinne < āininyo 5.4.-anur

Öse 'id'
hnion 'habēna' 6.3.-asà; asótas
* ansā ansa, ansātus ē(i)si 'habēnae' 3.3.-æs <*ansjō
4.3.-ania <*ansia 6.4.-uosa
'anus ling. calceī'

* ansātos ansātus 6.3.-asótas

ásu 'halitus uitae,


RUN. a[n]suR; mundus'; ásura
got-lat anses
* ansus Ase; 3a2.-ōs 'dominus'
'sēmidei'
3a3.-āss 5.3.-aŋhu- 'id'; ahura
5.5.-hassu 'rex'

end 'antea'
and; and(a)-;
* anta 3a2.-enti 'id' anta añt, anta
andeis 'fīnis'
3a3.-endr, enn 'id'
ātā, ātāḥ
3a3.-ond
* antas antae 5.3.-aiqyā
'uestibulum'
5.4.-dr-and
anti; ánta-ḥ 'fīnis'
étan *antono-
ante, antiquus, enhyt, ennyd anti; katantes 5.4.-∂nd
* antí 'frons'; éata 'aetās'
antēs, antiae 'tempus' <anti-iti-? 'clīuus' 5.5.-ha-an-ti (hanti);
<*ant-odio-?
hantiyai 'cūrō'

<< ántijos
<< ántitjos 5.5.-hantezziya

andi, 'frons, -tis'


* antjās antiae
3a3.-enni 'id"

enti, Ende
* antjom anta
3a2.-end

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* antrom antron 5.4.-ayr (g.pl. ayric)

5.4.-han
ano, Ahn; Enkel
* anus anus, anna annis (Hes) 5.5.- ha-an-na-aš 6.3.-anýta 'socrus'
'patruus'
(hannaš) 'mater, auia'

uover / Ufer apeiros / hpeiros


* ā́peros 5.4.-ap'n
3a2.-öfer 'ripa'
* apmṇ amm, ám 'manus' amma 'nōdus'

Abona
ap-, āpah 'aqua';
2b1.-afon Asopos (fluminis
* apnis amnis abann abdah 'nubēs' 6.4.-ue 'aqua'
2b2.-auon nōmen)
5.5.-hapa-
2b3.-Pont-aven

ab,
aperiō <ap-
aba, ab 5.1.,5.3.-apa
weryō; 1a2.-apehtre 'ab 6.3.-apačià ?
* apo 3a2.-æf, of af, ab-u apo, apo, ay 5.5.-a-ap-pa
asporto<abs; extrā' 'infera pars'
3a3.-af (apa) 'retrō'
pōnō<posnō;
porrigō
<< apóqitis apotisis ápaciti-
расстояние
abstantia, visthala- 'locus
* apóst∂tis Abstand apostasis 6.3.-atstùs
distantia recondictus'
'longinquus'
aften
3a2.-æftan, after aftaro, aftuma,
* apóteri apwterw apataram
3a3- aftumists
aptan
<< apóteros
4.8.-a-pe-o
apehwn, a-pe-o-te vivasati 'abest';
* apowésentis absens (<sum) abwesend
apehontes; a-pe-a- apavāsa 'extinctiō'
sa apehansai (es)
<< ápowoiks
* appās appa, apfa, apfa TOK B: appake
1a2.-apruf, abrof ebur / Eber kapros; ebros ? veprъ
* apros aper vupar
(acc. pl.) 3a2.-eofor 'capra' 6.3.-vepris
osína *opsīna
aspa, Espe apellon aigeiros 6.3.-apušẽ, epuše
* apsā
3a2.-æspe, asp Hes. 6.6.-
osa,osina/ika

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aha, Ache 'id'
* aqā aqua 3a2.-ēa 'id'; īg, īeg ahva 'flūmen' oká
<*aq-jā́ 'insula'
6.3.-ar̃ 'et, quoque'
* ar ar, ara, ra 'quia' TOK. В ra- emphat 6.4.-ar 'et, at,
tunc'
airid <*-jeti; arbar? erien <*arjō arow; artos ? oriǫ, орю́, orati
* arājō arō 2b1.-arddaf/erddi arjan <*arjō
'frūmen', arán 'pānis' 3a2.-erian, ear 'pānis' 6.3.-ariú
arariskw pf. aram, álam 'satis';
arara; armottw; ará-ḥ 'rortae radius'
areskw 'mihi аrа-tí- 'seruus'
arma, armentum, decet'; oar 5.3.-arānte 'fixāntur';
* árarjō 6.6.-ko-jarzyć 'ligō'
ars, artus, rītus 'coniux' areth ar∂m 'decenter'
'uirtus' 5.4.-arnem 'faciō';
aristos 'optumus';
pr.arar
arqmos 'uinculus'
5.5.-har-ap- ?
2b1.-aradr
arotron
* arātrom arātrum arathar 2b2.-aradar 5.4.-arawr
<H2rH3trom
2b3.-arazr/arar
* árdejā ardea 3a3.-arta (e)rwdios 'ardea, ibis' 6.5.-roda
* ardis aird ardis ali
Argantomagus rajatám
2b1.-arian(t) 5.3.-∂r∂zat∂m
airget
* árgṇtom argentum 2b2.- arguros 5.4.-arcat'
2a3.-airgead
argans/arhans 5.5.-harkant- ?
2b3.-arc'hant 5.6.-ardatam
árjuna- 5.5.- TOK A.-ārki;
* argós argos
harki TOK B ārkwi
* argujō arguō 5.5.-arkuwai

airech 'nobilis'; aire ar(i)yá-, āryaka


* arjos Ario-mānus
'primas' 5.3.-airyō 'arius'

Ermenrīch; 'id' *Aírmana-reiks armos 'artus'


armottw 'adaptō'
* ármṇtom armentum, arma 3a3.-jormuni 'Hermenericus'; 5.4.-y-armar 'decens' jarьmъ 'iūgum'
arma
'iūmentum' Herminones 'uehiculum'
īrmá-ḥ ramo 'umerus'
aramō 'furca',
* armos armus 3a1, a2.-arm arms <*armi- 5.3.-аr∂mа- 6.3.-armaĩ
*aramones `
5.4.-armukn 'cubitus' 'a.currus'
* arom harundō aron ALB.-dalëndyshe ?

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3a2.-earh, arrow rakita 'salix'
arkeuqos
* arqos arcus, arquus arçlataf `arculātās' 3a3.- or (orvar) arhvasna 'sagitta' 6.4.- ẽ(r)cis
'iuniperus'
'id' 'iuniper.'
* arti arti 5.4.-ard 'nunc ipsum' 6.3.-artì 'prope'
art
ars, iners, sollers,
* artis 3a3.-einarđr ṛtí-ḥ 'modus, pactus'
artiō
'simp.x'
ṛtá- 'rectus'; ṛtám
'fas; ṛtú-ḥ
artus;
'tempus bonum, t.
amarth 'simul'
annī, ordō'
* artus artus, artē arti 'nunc, artì 'prope'
5.3.-ar∂ta-, ∂r∂ta-
dudum'
'id' 5.4.-
artios 'adeptus' ard (ardu) 'structūra'
5.6.-arta- 'lex'
arua
* árusā 'hrakleiwtika ALB.-arrë 'nux' орѣхъ, orec 'nux'
karua' (Hsq)
orea 'intestīna'
* arwā arvīna arbinnh kreas
(Hs)
aruum; aruus -a. 1b2.-arvam-en 'in arbor 'grānum' 2b1.-erw urvarā 'terra fēcunda'
* arwom aroura; arwma
um aruum' <*H2rH3-wens 2b3.-eru, ero 'sulcus' 5.4.-haravunk`
aasai 'in ārā' essa, Esse 'cam.'
* āsā āra hassa 'camīnus'
1b2.-are 'ārae' 3a3.-aRina, arinn
TOK A.-asatär B
āreō, aridus, āra essa, Esse
azw <asdyō 'siccō' āsa-h 'cinis' osotär <*-wōs- a
ardeō (pt. aasai 'in ārā' án 'candidus, <asyōn 'āra'; erin
* āsējō azgo 'cinis' asbolos <asg- 5.4.-azazim <*azgh part. perfectō
assus) 1b2.-are 'ārae' nōbilis' <asnos ? 'solus'; Asche 'id'
3a2.-ash 'cinis' bolos 'cinis' 'siccō' 6.8.-ozditi 'maltam
ārea (cum ōrā?)
torrēre'
asca <*asgōn
asbolos <asg- āsa-h 'cinis'
* āsos 3a2.-asce, æsce azgo 'cinis'
bolos 5.4.-ačiun
3a3.-æsce

* astris astur (asturis) astralos


* astus astus, astūtus 5.5.-astayarat(t)ar
ati; atah 'inde'<atos ot-, otъ 'ab' <
ategnatus oh 'sed' <at-ge
at, atauus, aith, ad (ante at-ar 'sed' (cf. atos?
* ati 'pergnōtus' 3a2.-ac аÞ-Þan , ac 'sed'
atnepōs tonum) 'rursus' autar) 5.3.-aiti 'ultra' 6.3.-at-, ata-, atō-
2b3.-aznat 'sed' 'ab'
5.6.-atiy
* atiloiqos atirḗka- otъlěkъ
6.3.-atìs, õtas
* atis attilus etelis
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adal, edel
haimōþli atalos 'tener' 5.3.-āΘwya-
* atlos 3a2.- TOK A ātäl 'homō'
'patrimonium' atallw 'ēducō' Θraētaona's 'pater Θ'
aeđele
annus, perennis, 1b1,1b2.-akno-; aÞnam (dat. pl.);
* atnos átati 'it'
sollemnis per-acni, sev-akni at-aÞni
2b1.-a(c)
* atqe atque, ac
2b3-2b3.-ha(g)
átharvan 'flamen
Aadíriis 'atrius' igneus' 5.3.-
* ātros āter, ātrius áith 2b1.-odyn vátra 'ignis'
1b2.-atru, adro ātarš 'ignis' 5.4.-
airem 'ūrō'
attā 'mātēr'
* attās atta atto atta atta оtьcъ <attikós
5.5.-at-ta-aš, attaš
al-ōd 'plena
2b1.-udd potestās'; kleinod
audahafts'fortunātu
* audhos 2b3.-ozac'h 'gemma'; 3a2.-ōd
s'; audags 'beātus'
'dominus'<udakkos 'pertinentia'; ōdan
'fortunātus'

ALB.-agoj
augh 'radius,
* augā́ 'amanescit', agume iugъ? 'meridiēs'
lumen'
'alba matinālis'
<< augējō
<< āugējō
<< augmṇ
ṓjas- 'uis'; ugrá-
wachsen
* augō augeō aukan auxw, auxanw 'fortis' 5.5.- áugti
3a2.-weaxan, wax
ukturi- 'durābilis'
augur (animātus), 3a2.-eáca, eke 6.3.-augestis
* augos ṓjas- 'uis'
augustus 'additāmentum' 'augmen'
6.3.-áukštas 'altus'
* augtós augtós 6.4.-aukts
'id'
ulica 'uia'
5.4.-ul(i) 'uia'; ulьjь 'pannāle'
aulos
3a3.-aul, aule, jōl yli 'pregnāns' 6.3.- aulãs;
* aulos aluus, alueus enaulos 'alueus';
'angelica siluestris' 5.5.-halluwa- aulỹs, avilỹs
aulwn 'canālis'
'cauus, profundus' 'fauus' 6.4.-
ula 'axis'

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3a1, a2.-ofen 'id' ukhá, ukhā́
2b1.-offen 'cupa aúhns <uknós ipnos (i schwa
* auqslā aulla, āula 3a3.- 5.5.-happina
petrea' 'furnus' secundum) 'furnus'
oghn 'id' 'flamma''
* ausijō hauriō 3a3.-ausa (ex)auw, afuw
áuksas, ausas
* ausom aurum 5.4.-os-ki
6.9.-ausin
uṣāh (ac. uṣāsam) utro <*ustro
2b1.-gwawr 2b3.- hws (eoos), ews,
vāsara 'diēs, matīna' <*usro- 'matīna'
* ausōsā aurōra fáir? (cf. wēsros) gwere laouen aws, aFwr,
aurion 'cras' 5.3.-usā (ac. 6.3.-ausrà
'stella matutīna' 6.4.-austra
usāñham)
utro <*ustro
aurion <*ausrjom
* ausrom Easter 'Pascha' uṣár- <*usro-
'cras'
6.3.-ausrà 'aurōra'
uccati
* áussketi 6.3.-aũšta
5.3.-usāusaiti
za ustra 'mane'
6.3.-austrinis
* áusteros auster
'uentus a NE'
6.4.-austrums
aut, auti, autem
ouh 'etiam, sed' au, au-ti
1b2.-ute, odid 'rārus' <*aw- 6.3.-aurà, aure 'ibi,
* aw aut, au-tem úathad 'paucitās' 3a2.-ēak auk 'tamen, donec' au-ge 'iterum' avar 'hic'
ote; uru 'illō', tītos (=diffusus) uide!'
3a3.-auk deuro (de-uro?)
ura-ku 'ad illam'

* awā Auentīnus (mons) Avara, Avernus avani 'flūmen' avuõts

ávati 'postulat';
Avicantus
enhhs 'beneuolus' avas- 'satisfactiō'
aueō, auidus, 2b1.-evyllys
* awējō con-ói 'protegit' awi-liuÞ 'gratia' aita 5.3.-avaiti 'prouidet';
audeō, auārus 'uoluntās'
'amīcus' avah 'auxilium'
2b3.-eoull, youll
5.4.-aviun 'libidō'

2b1.-awel
* áweljā cf. aura ahél, aial 2b2.-auhel/awel aella 'tempest.'
2b3.-avel
ovьsъ
* awigsnā auēna aigiloy ? 6.3.-avižà
6.4.-àuzas (pl.)

<< áwijā

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vih, véh
5.3.-vay(as)-
* awis auis oiwnos 'coruus'
5.4.-haw
5.5.-suwais

ud/para-avati
aiqanomai; aiw 'comperō' 5.3,4.- umъ<aumos
* awisdhijō audiō, oboediō 'audiō', epaistos avis 'nōtōrius' 5.5.- 'intellectus'; aviti,
'celeber' <a(F)is a-uš-zi 'uidet' javiti 'monstrō'
5.6.-āškār 'clārus'

<< awṇ
wuorag 'ebrius'
iauw, aulis 'casa'; vāyati? 'fatigātur'
3a2.-
* awō aulh 'ātrium' wros 5.4.-aganim, awt'
wōrag, wōrig, 'somnus' (kall.) 'refugium' <H2outi-
weary 'fatigātus'
<< áwontlos

avontir 'auunc'
2b1.-ewythr 'id.' 5.4.-hau 'auus' uji 'auunculus'
* awos auus, auunculus aue 'nepōs'/óa, úa ōheim 'aūnculus' awō 'auia'
2b2.-euitor 5.5.-huhha 6.3.-avynas
2b3.-eontr<awentro

u 'dē'; u-(myti)
5.1, 5.3.-ava 'ab, ex' 'abluō' u-bejhati
au-tagis 'diataxis'?
5.1.- 'aufugiō'
* awou au-ferō, au-fugiō ó 'de, cum, per' 2b1.-o, hou au, aucattein
ávara 'inferior' 6.3, 6.4.-au 'ab'
'de, cum'
5.3.-aora 'dē' 6.4.-
aumanis 'amens'

<< awti
<< awtim
2b1.-afer 'uānus'
2b2.-ufer 'id' ausios; autws
* awtjos úabar 'uānitās' ōdi, öde 'desertum' ALB.-hut
*auberos 2b3.- 'irrītē'
euver 'id'
* badjos badius buide

pfeit 'camisia'
* baitā paida 'bracca' baith 'tentorium'
3a2.-pād 'tapēte'

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baculum, 1b2.-bach <l.? baktron,
6.3.-bàksteleti
* baktlom bacillum, bacc <lat. ? 1b3.-bac'h bakthria,
6.4.-bakstit
imbēcillus <l.? bakthrion
baba 'anus'
barbarus, babae,
barbaros, bababā-karōti bъbl'u,
papae,
* bálbalos blaesus baby 'infans' bābe, bōbe 'auia' babazw; bazw 'balbūtiō'; bāla? bъbati 'balbūtiō'
babaecalus
'loquor' 'puer' 6.3.-
balbus, blaesus
balbãsyti 'garriō'
<< balbos
bombos 'uagor' búbenъ
bammeln
bombulios 6.3.-bim̃balas,
* bámbalos 'strepere'
'crabrō' bim̃bilas 'crabrō';
3a3.-bumba bombyx 'pulca' bambéti 'resonō'
2b2.-badus
'lunaticus'
batarizw 'balbūtiō'
2b3.-bat, bad
* batā bata 'oh'
'hebetātiō'; bada, battologew 'nugō'
badaoui 'sine
sensu loquī'
6.3.-baũbti
* baubājai baubor bauzw
'grunniō' (boues)
bekati;
bāh; blöken
2b1.-beicchio blek(ot)átь
* bebājō bēbō, bālō, bēlō beiccithir 'mugit' 3a3.-bekri blhcaomai bekura 'uox'
'mugīre' 6.4.-bê, beku,
'ariēs'
biku
boljьjь `maius',
beltiwn, belteros,
* belom dēbilis bala, balīyan, balistha bolje Adv. `magis,
beltistos
plus'
<< bélowents
* bendā bend/benn 'cornū' 2b1.-2b3.-ban ? pint 'penis'
* bendlā 3a2.-pintle 5.5.-pintanza 'clāuus'
omfa 'fragrantia' ambu 'aqua';
* bewō imbuō euomfos
ámbhas- 'pluuia'
'fragrans'
* bh∂skō fascinō, -inus faskw bhiṣ̌ákti 'sānat'
anda-bata 'glad.
fatuus; batt(u)ō bótatь 'agitō'
* bh∂tjō caecus'; bathu
<gall.; fāmex? batъ 'baculum'
'monētam b.'
1b2.-fons bhávā samátsu no
báe 'praestantia'
* bh∂wējō faueō 'fauens', foner vṛdhé 'faue nōbis in goveti
<bheHwiyo-
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bōna
bobъ
* bhabhā faba 3a2.-bēan fakos 'lens'
6.3.-pupà
3a3.-baun
buog, Bug
phcus 'cubitus'
3a2.-bōg bāhu 5.3.-
* bhāghus 4.2, 4.-pacus
'umerus' bāzāu-š
'cubitus'
3a3.-bōgr
bahhan, backen
bažítь, bažátь ?
* bhagjō fwgw
'desiderō'
3a2.-bacan
bhajati 'diuidit'
bhakta 'prandium'
bhakšati 'uorat'
bogъ 'diuisiō'
bhikšate 'uorat'
* bhagō fagein 'edere' bogъ 'deus'
5.3.-bag- (bažat̃)
bogatъ 'diuēs'
baxta
'prandium'
5.4.-bag 'deus'

TOK..-A pāk В pāke; bhagaḥ 'sors, bonu.' ubоgъ, nеbоgъ


* bhagos
pāc̨ iṃ 'thesaurus' 5.3.-baga-, 'pauper'

buohha fhgos
* bhāgos fāgus bōka 'littera' buzina
3a2.-bēce, beech 4.3.-fagos

bulle 'vulva', bille


'penis'
* bhalnós ball <*ln 'menbrum' falhs, fallo s
3a2.-beallucas
'testiculī', ballock
afhmones arrhtoi
* bhām∂n affāmen
(Hes.); fhma
* bhāmā fāma fhmh

bannan 'multāre' sa-bha 'congregātiō';


faamat 'appellat'; 3a2.-baen 'rogātiō; fhmi, faskw, bhanati baju, bajati 'narrō';
* bhāmoi for, fātum, fābula
fatium 'fāri' boian 'glorior' ' fwnh, fama, fasis 5.4.-ban<bhānis basnь 'fābula'
3a3.-bōn 'uerbum'

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bōnen, bohnen bhāti, bhāsati 'lucet';


bouhhan <bau- fainw 'appāreō', bhāna, bhāti, bhāma,
taikna? 'signum fut. pefhsetai; bhasa 'lux'; vībhāvah
faneros 'clārus', 6.5.-baju, bać so
* bháneumi bán 'albus' igneum' 'splendens'
fasma 'signum', 'micō, ardeō'
3a2.-bōnian fasis 'ortus stellae', 5.3.-bāmya, bānu
'polīre' bēacen faos < faFos 'lux' 'lx.' 5.4.-banam
'signum' 'aperiō' (aor. batsi)

* bhānis 3a3.-bōn 'prex' fwnh 'uox' 5.4.-ban 'et uerbum' basnь 'fābula'
<< bhānom
* bhānús bán 'albus' fanos bhānú-
iubar <*dyu-bhās basc? 'ruber'; bot .i. faos, faws, foos,
3a2.-basu, baso bhā́ s-, bhā́ saḥ;
* bhāos (orig. adiect.?); cf. tene 'ignis' pamph. fa(F)os
'purpura' subhā́ s-'bene lucens'
dēgener, bicorpor <bhōzdo-? (faeos, fwtos)
bear-berry 'ūua baíra-bagms borъ 'milium
* bhar far
ursī' 'morus' quodam'
bart; barta 'ascia'
brada
3a2.-
6.2.-boroda;
beard 'barba'; barha 'plumae gallī
* bhardhā barba < farda borozda 'sulcus'
barda 'ascia' caudae'
6.3.-barzda
3a3.-barđa
6.4.-bārzda
'ascia'
* bharkos barc 'hasta' 2b1.-barch 'id' brk 'cuspis, mystax'

<< bharseinā
1b1,1b2.-far; 3a2.-bere'
bairgen/bairghean
* bharsjom farrāgō, farīna 1b2.-farsio, fasiu 2b1-2b2.-2b3.-bara hordeum' bariz-eins 'farīna' brašьno 'farīna'
<*barigenā /-onā
'farrea' 3a3.-barr 'id.'
3a2.-bearu 'silua'
* bharwos 3a3.-borr borъ 'picea'
'arbos'

fascis 2b1.-baich 'onus'


* bhaskis basc 'collāris' baskioi, faskides
1a1.-ambibascia 2b3.-bech/beac´h

* bhāsos fhnh <-sn- 'aquila' bhāsah


* bhātis fātiō (=uerba) fatis 'fāma' 5.4.-bay (bayi)
bibrъ, bobrъ
babhrúh
* bhebhros fiber, feber bibro-, bebro- bibar 6.3.-
5.3.-bawrish
bebrus, béras

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febomai, bebu, bežátь
* bhecō fobeomai., fobew
6.3.- bégu, begti
'fugiō, timeō'
beta 'rogātiō'; bitten bida 'rogātiō'
беда́ 'aduersitās'
3a2.-biddan; bidjan, etc
bā́dhate 'premit' 6.3.-bodetis
cnēow-gebed, 'rogāre'
TOK В peti, A poto bī́bhatsate 'ōdit' 'repugnārī' ;bãda-s
* bhedhō kneo-beda etymologia 'honorātiō' jñu-bā́dh 'famēs'
'genuflexiō' ; disceptāta
'genuflectens' 6.4.-bads, badus
3a3.- kne-beð <*gwedh- / bhedh /
'id'
'id'; biđja 'rogō' bheidh
bhanákti perf.
6.3.-banga 'unda'
2b1.-dyvwng babháñja 'frangō'
* bhegō bongid 'frangit' 3a3.-banga 'battuō' 4.5.-bekos ? 'pānis' 6.4.-buogs 'turma'
'inflexibilis' bhaŋga 'unda'
!
5.4.-bekanem 'frangō'

beitten; bītan
fīdō, fidēs baidjan 'obligō'; peiqw 'suādeō';
* bheidhō 3a2.-bædan, bid;
<bhideH1- ? beidan 'exspectō' peiqomai 'oboediō'
bīdan 'exspectō'
fīcus <linguā 5.4.-t'uz 5.5.-
* bheikos sukon, beot. tukon
medit. sigga, has(s)ik
2b1.-beg-eg(y)r bia <*bigwa, bini bъčela, bьčela
* bheiqlā 2a1.-bech
'crābrō' 3a2.-béo, bee 6.3.-bitìs
bihal, bihel, Beil
* bheitlom biail <*beiāli- ?
3a2.-bil, bill 'ensis'

bolt(e), Bolz
'sagitta' 6.3.-beldu, beldeti
* bheldō
3a2.-bolt 'id' 6.4.-belzt
3a3.-bulta 'battuō'

* bhelēks fulix, fulica belihha,, belche falaris 'fulica' balāka /-kā 'grus'
aṙ-avelum;
* bheljō buil 'effectus, ūsus' ofellw 'et uerrō'
avelum 'uerrō'
óibell 'fauilla' bhālam 'splendōr' belъ <ē 'albus'
<opi-bhelo; sam-bhālayati
2b1.-beleu 'marta'; belihha, belche bala 'pallidus falos 'albus'; 6.3.-bãlas, baltas
* bhelō fulix, fulica bel-tene; Belenos 'prospectat'
ufel 'fauilla' 'fulica' equus' falaris 'fulica' 'albus'
(Apollo); Belisama balākā 'grus'
5.4.-bal 'pallōr' 6.4.-bãls 'pallidus'
(Minerva)

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belen, bellen 'latrō' bhaṣá-ḥ `latrans'


boln 'clamō'; (*bhel-s-); 6.3.-bìlstu, bilaũ,
buldern, poltern bhāṣatē 'loquitur'; bìlti 'loquescor'
* bhelō
3a2.-bylgan bhaṇḍatē <lnd 6.4.-bilstu, bilžu,
'clamō' 'id.'; bháṇati bilst 'loquī'
3a3.-belya 'id.' 'id.'

bluwan, bleuen
'battuō'
2b2.-bal 'aegrotās' balwa-wēswei
3a2.-bealo bolъ 'aeger';
* bhelu 2b3.-baluent 'malum'
'malum'; blow(e) boléti 'aegrotāre'
'id.' bliggwan 'battuō'
3a3.-bol
'infortunium'
bil(i)sa, Bilme
* bhélunā filix, filex, felix, filix belinuntia, belenion belenъ, belena
3a2.-beolone
bedró, бедро́
* bhemṛ femur
<*bhemró

offendō, dēfendō buinne bintan 3a2.- penqeros 'socer' badhnā́ti, bandhati 6.3.-binda 'pecus';
benna 'genus peisma<nqs
* bhendhō ? ; offendix, <bhondhyaa bindan bindan bandhu 'familiāris' beñdras
uehiculī' 'ligāmen'
offendimentum 'nexus, armilla' 3a3.-binda pascw 'patior' 5.3.-bandayaiti 'sodālis'

bándhuh 'cgnātus'
* bhendhros bindan penqeros 'famīliāris' beñdras 'socius'
5.6.-bandaka
2b1.-ban 2b3.- bhandate 'exsultat,
* bhendos binn
bann 'canora'. beātē clamat'

ban(o) 'mors';
epit <eks-bhen-tī banja 'uulnus, 5.3.-banay°n
* bhenjom 2b2.-bony 'ascia' Bahn?
'culter' contusiō' 'aegrum faciunt'
3a2.-benn 'uulnus'

frāxinus
birihha bhūrjah beresta
* bherāgs <*bhrH2gseno-; 2b1.-berth baírhts
farnus <*bhrH2gsnó- 3a3.-biork 5.5.-parkuiš 6.3.-béržas

bergan brego, brešti


* bherghō bargā 'casa' 3a3.-beorgan bairgan 'cūrō' 6.2.-
3a3.-bjarga beregú, beréčь
Briccius brehen
brecc <*bhṛktos in brahua augins forkon leukon bhrā́śatē
* bherkō 2b1.-brych 'id" 3a2.-bregdan
'uarius' 'subitō' <bhrows? (Hes.) 5.5.-pár-ku-iš 'pūrus'
2b2.-brygh 'id' 'rapidē mouēre'

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bhárati, bhárti, berǫ, bьrati 'emō'
1b2.-fertu 'feritō', berim; brath cymeraf, cymryd gebären ferw; fwr fr
ferō, forda, bíbharti, bibhárti brezda 'grauis'
* bhermi (bherō) ferest 'feret', 'iudicium'; cobrith <*bhrt 'emō' 3a2.-beran, bear baíran foros
fertilis, fortūna, fūr 5.3.-baraiti 6.3.-beriù 'sternō'
1b3.-ferom 'ferre' 'auxilium' brawd 'iudicium' 3a3.-bera grauis 5.4.-berem
bernas 'puer'
* bhermṇ ferma bremę
BULG.-bъ́rna 'ōs'
* bhernā bern, berna 5.4.-beran 'ōs' 6.3.-burnà
'bucca'
2b1.-brys 'rapidus' brъzo 'id'
* bhersi festīnō; cōnfestim bras 'rapidus' 2b3.-bresic, 5.5.-pars- 'fugiō' 6.3.-bruzgùs
brezec 'rapidus'
bhurváṇi 'inquiētus'
feruō, fermentum, berbaim; breó ? 2b1.-berw 'feruens'
* bherwō forussw 'manipulō' 5.4.-bark
dēfrutum <*bhriwo- 'flamma' 2b3.-bero, beru
'acerbus'
yucw; yich 'anima';
yucros bábhasti; bhasát
* bhesmi
'frigidus'; yuquros 'podex' `
'susurrāns'

bódhati 'comperit'
biditu 'vigilat'
budhyatē
bunoti 'expergisc.'
2b1.-bodd peuqomai, 'expergiscitur'
buide, buidechas biotan 'offerō' bljudu 'obseruō'
* bheudhō 'uoluntās' 2b2.- punqanomai bodhayati 'expergef.'
'gratiās' gibot 'iussus' 6.3.-budéti
both 'percontor' 5.3.-baodah
6.3.-bundù
'conscientia'
'expergisc.'
baoidis 'odor'

bhujiṣyà- 'liber'
5.3.-baog-,
* bheughō biuchen 'lixiuiīō' usbaugjan 'ēuerrīō'
bunja- 'liberīō'
5.4.-bužem 'id'

biogan, biegen,
fid-bocc 'arcus buc 'putris' bhujáti; bhugná-
bücken, bûckeln biugan; bugjan ? 6.3.-bauga und
* bheugō ligneus'; bog ` 2b3.-amsir poug 'flexus' ; bhúja-
3a2.- 'emō' baũgurs 'tumulus'
'mollis' `temps mou' 'brachium'
bīegan; bow
* bheurō furw 5.5.-purut 'lutum'
2b1.-budd 'benefic.' 3a3.-búti 'permut.'
buaid 'uictoria'
* bhéwedā 2b3.-bud 3a5.-būte /buit
2a3.-buaidh
'bradium' 'captiō'

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bhávati <*bhéweti,
fufans 'erant' 2b1.-byddaf bim, bin aor. abhūt, inf.
fuī, fiō, futūrus; 3a2.-beon, be; byti
* bhewmi 1b2.-fust bíu 'sum' 2b2.-bethaf bauan 'habitō, colō' fuw 'germinō' bhavitum
superbus, probus būan <*bhūwono- 6.3.-būti
'erit' 2b3.-bezaff/bezann 'uīuō' <*bhewHtum
5.3.-bavaiti
búan 'constans' 2b1.-bun 'regīna, ALB.-banë 'domus' bhavana-m 'domus,
* bhéwonom
<*bhouno- domina' <*bhou̯onā nascentia, cōgitātiō'
bhū́ ti-ḥ, bhūtí-ḥ bytь 'esse'
* bhewtis buith 'ens' fusis
'essentia' 6.3.-bū́ ti, būtìs 'id'
bōdel 6.3.-būklà
'patrimonium', bōl 'domicilium';
futla 'natūra,
* bhewtlom 'praedium' bhavítram 'mundus' būklas 'cubīle'
secus'
3a2.-bold, botl 6.7.-bydlo <*dhlo-
'domus' ; build 'id'

bháyate, bhibhāya bojo, bojati se


bibēn, Beben 5.3.- 6.3.-bijaũs,
piqhkos, piqwn
* bhíbheimi foedus -a -um 3a3.-bifa, bifra (cf. bayente, byente bijótis; baile,
'simius'
titran) 5.4.- bailùs, baime
bāk<bháyaka 'timor' 'timor'

fiscus<dhsk; 3a3.-biða, bide, piqos, fiqaknh


* bhidhós
fidēlia <sl bidne 4.1.-fidaknh

bittar, bitter
* bhidrós 3a2.-biter, bitter baitrs 5.4.-birt
3a3.-bitr

bili-, bila-, bil;


bilewiz, bilwiz
'nomus'; Unbill
* bhilis bil Bilicatus, Bilicius filos 'cārus'
billīch 'adaequātus'
3a2.-bilawit
'simplex'
2b1.-benaff 'putō'
perfines benim; rubaid
* bhínāmi 2b3.-bitat 'resecāret' bijǫ, bi-ti
'perstringas' 'interficit' *pro-bhei-
etbinam 'laniō'

bibdu 'culpābilis' bīzzan, beiBen


* bhindō findō, fisūra beitan 'mordeō' feidomai bhinadmi, bhedati
<*bhebhiduōts ? 3a2.-bite; bitter
(raz)bít, zabíta;
ro-bíth 'tusus est';
* bhītós пробитый; bíta
bithe <-*tyos 'tusus'
'pāla'
<< bhl∂gsmā
<< bhlādhrom

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* bhlaghmṇ flāmen Messap. blamini brahmán
flagrum, flāgitō,
3a3.-blaka, blakra, blaškaũ, bloškiù
* bhlagō flāgitium,
blekja 'pullullō'
conflages
bledъ 'pallidus'
3a2.-blāt
* bhlaidos ALB: bleronj 'uiridis' 6.3.-blaĩvas
'albimentum'
'sobrius'
bláhyj
felgunei, asunetei 'malus, foedus'>
* bhlakkos flaccus
'nescit' ? (Hes.) 6.3.-blõgas 'id'
6.4.-blāgs 'dēbilis'
blāen, blāsan
* bhlāmi flō
3a2.-blow
blāo, blau 'id' 6.3.-blãvas <gmc.
flāuus, flōrus. blár 'candidē 1b2.-blawr
* bhlāwos Flaviies 'Flauiii' 3a2;-blue 6.4.-blãvs
fuluus? maculātus' 'cinereus'
'caesius' <gmc.
uz-ar-pulzit 'ebullit'
* bhledō indlaidi 'gloriatur' cf. platzen, fledwn 6.4.-blaadu, blaazt
plätschern

2b1.-blif 'catapulta, blizь, blizъ


* bhleicō flīgō, flīxī, flīctum ballista'; blifaidd flibw (i longa) 'prope=quatiens'
'celeriter' 6.3.-blaĩzĩt, bliẽzt

flidaw 'exstillō' 6.4.-bli^stu, bli^du,


floidaw
* bhleidō bláed 'rumor' 2b1.-bloedd 'id' 3a2.-bloat bli^zt et blie^žu, -
'fermentō'
floisbos 'rumorōsu' du, -st 'condensor'

blæjen, blāzan
'bālō' ; plär(r)en
3a2.- blhch, blhcaomai bleju, blejati 'bālō'
* bhlēmi fleō
blætan, bleat; 'ballō' 6.4.-blẽju, blet 'id.'
blare; blagettan,
blægettan 'clamō'
bledu, blesti 'errō,
fornicō'
gmc. blint, blind blinds 'caecus' bledь 'farsa'
* bhlendhos *blundaz>lat. 3a2.-blind blandan sik bradhnah 'ruber' 6.3.-blendžiù,
blondus 3a3.-blindr 'misceor' blẽsti 'dormiō'
6.4.- blendu,
blenst 'male uideō'

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2b1.-blyngu? fluw; fluzw
fluō, flūmen, 'obruō'; oinoflux
* bhleucō irascor 2b2.-
fluuius, conflūgēs 'ebrius'; fluktis
blouhi 'puniō'
'bulla'
<< bhleugsmṇ
<< bhleumi
blūs 'falx' ; <*euk-
bluhhen, bliehen blъštati?
'incandēscō' perifluw, 'splendeō'
* bhleusō
3a2.-blyscon, peripefleusmenos 6.3.-blunkù, blù̀k̀̀ ti
blush 'rubēscō', 'pallescō'
blysa 'flamma'
blecchen, blecken
blagъ 'bonus'
fulgeō, flagrō, 'uidērī' ; blæc
Flagiui 6.3.- blágnytis
* bhḷgējō flamma <gsm, umblissiu 'nīger' flegw bhargas 'fulgor'
'fulgurātores' 'incandēscī'
fulmen 3a2.-blæcern
6.4.-balgans 'albus'
'lūmen'
Balke, Block bólozno 'taeda,
fulciō, fulcrum; 2b1.-balog fallagx; falkths
* bhḷkjō 3a2.-balca, bhurijāu 'arma' fustis'
sufflāmen ? 'pinnaculum' 'carīna'
bealca 6.3.-balžienа 'trabs'

* bhlokos floccus blaha 'rudis sindō'

<< bhlōros

fluusaí 'flōrae' 2b1.-blawd


bluomo
* bhlos flōs fluusasiaís bláth 2b2.-blodon blōma
3a2.-blōstm
'florālibus' 2b3.-bleusuen (-sm-)
<< bhlosējō
blosc (bloisc) blázgu, -éti intr.,
* bhloskos
'strepitus' blázginti 'resonāre'
2b1.-blawd bluot 'tālea, folium TOK A pält, B pilta
* bhlōtis bláth 2b2.-blodon 3a2.-blēd, blade <PT *pältā
2b3.-bleusuen (-sm-) 3a3.-blat<*blōdi 'id' 'petalum, folium'

bungo bahu 'multum';


pinguis (cont.
'tuberculum' pacus bahula 'crebrē'
* bhṇghus *finguis et 6.4.-bìezs
3a3.-bingr, bunga paculws 'crebrē' 5.3.-bazah 'altitūdō,
opīmus)
'aceruum' profunditās'
2b1.-bedd 'sepulcr'. bodo, bosti 'figō'
boqros, boqunos
* bhodhjō fodiō 2b2.-beth 3a2.-bed badi 'lectus' 5.5.-pèda- 6.3.-bedù,
'fouea, cāuitās'
2b3.-bez besti 'id'

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bodb Ateboduus, 3a2.-beadu


* bhodhwos
2a3.-badhbh Boduognatus 'proelium'

<< bhodjós
batiza, batista bhadra 'bonus'; su-
bezzir(o), bezzist
'optimus' bhadra 'magnificus'
* bhodrós 3a2.-bet(e)ra,
gabatnan 'fruor' 5.3.-hu-baδra
betst 3a3.-betr
bōta 'beneficium' 'beātus'
<< bhodsā
bazel 'clamans'
bāgaudae
bágim 'pugnō' bágu 'pugnō' 6.4.-
* bhogā 2b1.-bwyo 'quatiō'
combāg 'pugna' 3a3.-bágr 'imped.' buozties
bai 'culpa'
'stomachārī'
<< bhogājō
bah, Bach
búal <gl 'amnis';
* bhogjos 3a2.-becc
búar<gr 'diarrhoea'
3a3.-bekkr
bah, Bach
búal; búar bhaŋgá-ḥ ? 'unda' bangà ? 'unda'
* bhoglā 3a2.-becc
'diarrhoea' <*bheg? 'quatiō' <*bheg? 'quatiō'
<bhogyo
besъ <*bhoidso-
* bhoidhos foedus -a -um piqhkos 'simius' 'daemonium'
6.3.-baĩsas 'phasma'

<< bhoidos
* bhoiqos fūcus 3a2.-bēaw

* bhokos focus 5.4.-boc; bosor 'ruber'

Bulga
6.8.-blazína
2b1.-boly/bol, bola
* bholghis follis bolg 3a2.-belly 'pantica' balgs 'pellicula' 'puluīnum'
2b3.-bolc'h
6.9.-balsinis 'id'
'cortex'
bileoc <*bheljo-
blat, Blatt fullon (*bho >
* bholjom folium 'foliculum'; *bhu propter
bile 'arbos' 3a2.-blæd
Cowgill's legem?)
3a3.-bōl; schwed.
* bhōljóm baile 'sedēs, locus' mdartl. bylja, bölja fwleos, fwleios
<*bulja 'nīdiculum'
6.4.-buls/la 'aer
* bholos bolad, -dh 'odor' 5.4.- bal 'cāligō'
cal.'
<< bholós

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3a2.-bōsig, boose bansts paqnh, fatnh 6.3.-bandà 'pecu,
* bhondhsā
3a3.-bāss <*bhondhsti- <*bhGdhn pecora'
* bhōr fūr, -is fwr (fwros) 5.4.-burn 'manus, uis'
* bhorājō forō, feriō 3a2.-bore poros rificium
6.4.-bar^gs
* bhorcos borb, borp 'rudis' 5.4.-bark 'uiolentus'
'strictus, seuērus'
<< bhoros
parrēn 'supīnus'
parrunga
2b1.-bwrr
* bhorsos borr 'superbus' barsch
2b1.-borr
'raucus'
3a3.-abiēs
bar 'nūdus'
bosu
3a2.-baer
* bhosos yilos<-sl- 'rāsus' 5.4.-bok 6.3.-bâsas
'nūdus' 3a3.-
6.4.-bass
berr
<< bhoudhējō
<< bhougā
<< bhougājō
bhāvya- 'fūtūrus,
* bhōwijós báe 'praestantia'
faciendus'
bræhen <bhrēyō;
* bhragrājō fragrō bracko, Bracke
'canis uēnātor'
bratronos 2b1.-
fratrum brōthar 3a2.- bhrātā, bhrātr
brawd pl brodyr frathr, frhthr, bratrъ, bratъ
* bhrātēr frāter 1b2.-fratrum, bráthir brōthor, brother broþar 5.3.-brātar
2b2.-broder/bruder fratwr 6.3.-broterelis
fratrom (g.pl.) 3a3.-brōðir 5.4.-elbayr
2b3.-breur -bredeur

<< bhrātreinos
<< bhrā́trijos
bhrājatē
beraht, berht 'id' brezgъ 'aurōra'
2b1.-berth 'clārus, 5.5.-parkui
* bhrēgō 3a2.- baírhts 'clārus' 6.3.-
pulcher' 'limpidus' 5.6.-
beorht, bright brékšta/ko 'id'
brāzaiti
frīgō; 1b2.-frehtu bhrjjáti <*bherg 6.3.-bìrgelas
* bhreicō
fertum<*firctum 'coctus' 5.6.-biriš-tan 'ceruisia'
brummen; bremo,
bremw; bromos
Bremse 'frēnum'
* bhremō fremō 2b1.-brefu 'strepitus' bronth brezgъ; brjákatь
3a2.- 'tonitrus'
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*bredъ
brenn<bherndhwā
'sarmentum'
'profūsiō';
* bhrendhō 3.-bréstu,
bebarnatar, do-
bréndau, brésti
eprinn; bruinnid
'mātūrō'
3a2.-brant 'clīuus'
3a3.-brandr 6.4.-bruodinš
* bhrenō frōns (frōntis) braine 'arista' 2b3.-brenniat 'id'
'acroteria nauium 'cuspis tectī'
et domūm'
brissid (*bhrésteti)
2b3.-bresa brestan 'ērumpō' 6.3.-braszleti
* bhresjō 'frangit'; brosc, 5.5.-parsiya- 'frangō'
'pugnāre' 3a2.-burst 'rumpī'
broscar 'strepitus'
fruktatiuf
fruor, frūniscor, brūhhan,
(*frūgetātiōns)
* bhréucai fructus, frūmen, Brauchen 3a2.- brukjan 'opus esse'
'frūctus'.
frūx (frūgis) brūcan
1b2.-fri(f) 'frūgēs'
<< bhreugs
<< bhreugsmṇ
<< bhreugtis
brúsiti 'acuō';
brósitь 'iaciō'
Breuci, Breucus; 6.3.-
* bhreukō Breucomagos braukiù braukiaũ
(Brumath in Alsacia) braũkti
6.4.-
brucina^t
3a1,a2.-brūn
brú (bruach) briaunà 'ōra,
* bhrēunā 'acūtus'
<*bhrū́wākos corōna' <*bhrēunā
3a3.-brūn limbus'
brú (bronn)
briustern;
'pantica' <bhrusōn brjúcho, brjúxo
Brausche 'tumor';
bruinne 2b1, b2, b3.- 'pantica'
* bhreusō brust 'pectus' brusts 'pectus'
'pectus' <bhrusnyo bron(n) 'pectus' brъstъ 'gemma,
3a2.-brēost,
brollach <slāk pampinus'
breast, brisket
'sinus'
brucca, Brücke;
brügel, Prügel
* bhrēwā Brīua 'uirga' brъvъno 'trabs'
3a2.-brygc
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briuwan, brauen;
prođ 'i, f' ; brōt 'p'
TRHAK.-brutos
* bhrewō defrūtum bruth 'ius, feruor' 3a2.- bruja 'fluxus'
'ius, feruor'
brēowan; brođ 'i,f';
brēad 'pānis'

tipra<to-eks-bhrewr brunno 4.4.-albiur, albeur


* bhrewṛ brunna frear (freatos)
(tiprat) 3a2.-brunna 'fons'

Berg 'mons'; burg bṛhant-, f. bṛhatī


Admageto-briga
for(c)tis, arc. Brigit bri 'urbs' baúrgs 'urbs' barháyati 'auget'
* bhṛghos 2b1.-bryeint 'priuil purgos ? 'mūrus' bregъ 'ripa'
for(c)tus (ac. brigh) 'collis' 3a2.-barrow bairs 'mons' 5.4.-barjr
2b2-2b3.-bre 5.5.-parku-
'mons'; burg
brešú,'clamō'
3a2.-beorcan,
frugilos < br̀̀gljati 'garriō'
bark
* bhrigijō frigō frigulos 'auis bergléz 'pīca'
3a3.-berkja
quaedam' 6.3.-burgéti
'latrō'
'antipat. esse'
бре́ю, брить
friō, refrīua faba, briathar 'uerbum,
* bhrijājō 2b1.-brwydr 'pugna' brīnanti 'iniuriantur' 'rādō'; bridъ
friuolus, fricō causa' <*bhreitrā
'dumēs'
berjan, bern
farow 'uellō'; bhṛnāti (?) 'secat';
'quatiō' 3a2.- borjo, brati
barae, bara 'īra' ; farugx 'guttur'; bhárvati 'dēuorat'
bered 'concussus', 'pugnō';
* bhṛijō feriō, forma; forō barrad 'rāsūra' 2b1.-bar, baran 'īra' afaros 'inuulsus'; 5.6.-burrad
bor 'ōrificium' 6.3.-burti
2a2.-bairenn faragx 'barranca'; 'secat', bárdhaka
3a3.-berja 'quatio'; perqw 'destruō' 'incantāre'
'culter'
bora 'ōrificium'

<< bhríkāmi
barc 'impetus' frassw 'agglutinō,
* bhṛkjō farciō, fartus
(undae) fortificō' part. fraktos

<< bhṛksnos
<< bhṛktos
* bhṛmā forma ALB.brimë 'ōrificium'

braigid (vn.
brehhan, brechen; 6.3.-braškù,
frangō, fragilis, braimm) 'pēdit' t- braca 'bracca'
prahhen, prägen braškéti <gskō
* bhrṇgō fragmentum, air-brech 'rumpere'; 2b2.-bram brikan brháti 'scinditur'
'premō' 6.4.-
suffrāginēs bróc 'pēdus'
3a2.-brekan, break brakškēt, brakstēt
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3a3.-brikja 'erigō'; frissw, pefrika
* bhroigos 2b1, 2b3,.brig braj 'rigor membrī'
brikna 'hilaritās' frix 'undulāt.'
'erigor';

brot 'spīna'; 2b2.-bros 'id' ALB.-breth, bredhi


* bhrosdhos brart 'margō'
brostaim 'figor' 2n3.-brod 'di' 'abiēs'

briune, brūne brъsnǫti 'scabō'


* bhrounóm fris-brudi 'reicit' 'abdōmen, uulua'; bhrūṇá-m 'embryō' 6.4.-braũna,
breoðan 'frangere' braũṅa
bronъ 'albus
3a1, 3a2.-brūn frunos, frunh equus'
* bhrounos cf. babhrú
3a3.-brūnn 'testudō, rāna' brynétъ'candidus,
pallidus'
* bhroustom frūstum, frūstra ? bronnaim 'damnō' 2b1.-briw 'uulnus' brýsan 'frangō'
2b1.-amrant
abra (pl. abrait) 2b2.-abrans MAKED.-abroutes 5.3.-bruvadbhi
* bhrówṇtis frons (frontis)
'supercilium' 'superc.' ? 'supercilīs'
2b3.-abrant
fastigium; fastus - Cunobarrus burst 'cerda'
barr 'extrēmum,
* bhṛstís us, fastidium 'superbus sicut canis' 3a2.-byrst bhṛstíh 'cuspis' borshchъ 'ungula'
cacumen'
<*fastitid.? 2b1.-bar 2b3.-barr 3a3.-burst
uergobretus
breth <*bhṛtā-
2b1.-bryd 'mens'; bṛtí-ḥ
* bhṛtis fors 'portātiō'; bráth giburt 'partus' ga-baúrþs 'partus'
brawd 'iudicium' 5.4.-bard 'molēs'
<*bhṛtu- 'iudicium'
2b2.-brys
2b1.-brwynen
3a, a3.-brogne
* bhrughnos brognena 'rāmōrum' 2b2.-brunnen
'rāmus'
2b3.-broennenn
3a3.-barki 'collum' farux > farunx 5.4.-erbuc 'pectus'
* bhṛugs frūmen<frugsmen
<*bhor-g- (ad larugx) <*bhrugo-
bruuad (gen. du.), ofrus (ofru[F]os) bhrūh (bhruváh) bruvi, бровь
* bhrūs frons (frontis) 3a2.-brū
abrait (nom. pl.) MAK. abroutes 5.3.-brvat- 6.5.-óbrva
bronnaim 'damnō',
brōs(e)m(e) 'mīca'
sub. robria; brū́ 2b1.-breu, brau
3a2.-
* bhrúsnāmi frustum 'quatiō'<bhrusiō, 'fragilis'
briesan<ausj;
brúire, bruan, bruar 2b2.-brew 'fractus'
bruise
'fragmentum'
bruinne <*bhusnyo- 2b1.-bronn 'id' brunja, brunna,
brunjō 'lōrica
* bhrusnjā 'pectus'; <*bhrusnā Brünne id'
scutulāta' <celt.
brúasach 'mgnipectis' 2b3.-bronn, bron 'id' 3a2.-byrne 'id'
brú <*bhrusō 2b1.-bru 'uenter, brust brjúcho, brjúxo
* bhrusos
(bronn <*-snos) 'id' uterus' 3a2.-brēost, breast 'pantica'
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broth 'barba, briezen, brōz
* bhrutēks frutex
capillum' 'tumor'
2b1.-brut/brwd
prut, brut <*-tis
'ardor' 2b2.-
* bhrwtom dēfrutum bruth 'feruor' <*-tis 3a2.-prod, brōd
bredion 'coctiō'
'ius'; 3a3.-broth
2b3-brot/broud 'ius'
bodam, Boden
budhna-
3a2.-botm,
* bhudhmṇ fundus, profundus bond, bonn puqmhn 5.3.-bunō
bottom
5.4.-bun
3a3.-bytna (vb)
<< bhudhnos
* bhugjō fugiō 3a2.-bow biugan feugw, fugh bhujati 6.3.-bū́gstu,bū́gti
6.3.-bū́gstu, bū́gti
boc (boekes), bukkah 'ariēs'
boc(c), po(c) intr. 'terreō', kaus.
Bock 3a2.- 5.3.-būza 'ariēs'
* bhugos boccánach baugìnti baugùs
bucca, buck 5.4.-buz 'agnus'
'phasma' 'timens'
3a3.-bukkr, bokkr/i 5.6.-buz 'caper'

* bhukús bo, bocc 'suauis' ALB.-butë 'suauis' 5.4.-but' <*któ 'heb.' 6.3.-bukùs 'hebes'
biule, Beule; pull
buri-ḥ, buli-ḥ 'pūga'
<*bulno- 'caput, ufbauljan bulla bebusmena 6.3.-bulìs,bùlė,
* bhuljā́ bolach <*bhulāk- 5.4.-boil (gen. pl.
apex' 'tumefaciō' (Hes) bulė̃ 'pūga'
bulic ̣ multitūdō)
3a2.-byle; pulse
* bhulkos su/bubulcus Samn> It.l bifolco fulax -akos
* bhūm fuī efuon ábhūt 'fuit'
bhunkte 'oblectātur',
bubhukṣā 'famēs; ALB.-bungu, bunk
* bhúncai fungor bhṓga- 'oblectām.'
5.4.-boyc 'abies nutritīuus'
<*bhoug(w)os 'cibus'
bus, pus 'labrum'; Buss(erl), bussen 6.6.-buzia
* bhusājō 5.6.-bōsīdan
busóc, pusóc 'osc.' 3a2.-buss 'osculum, buccula'
3a3.-büsia 'uī
* bhūsjō bhū́ṣati 'conitor' бы́стрый 'celer'
effluō'
buode, Bude
* bhūtā́ both 'casa' 6.3.-bùtas 'domus'
3a3.-bōþ
boz(z)an <*bhud
bibdu 'culpābilis'
fūstis, fūsterna, 3a2.-
<*bhebhutwōs cf. bauþs 'surdus,
* bhutjō confūtō, refūtō, būstis 'truncus' bēatan, beat
bhindō; fo-botha mutus'
fūtuō 3a3.-beysta
<*butāt 'minātu'
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bhūtáh (part. esse) byti, bytъ 'esse,
futūrus <*bhūtú-, ro-both <*pro-
* bhūtós modus, uiuendī'
futāre <*bhūtós bhūtós; both 'casa'
6.4.-bũt
2b1.-bust
* bistlis bīlis 2b2.-bistel/bystel
2b3.-bestl
*bločьšīca >UCR.
* blaktā blatta 6.3.- blãkē <yā
'cimex'
* blatsājō blaterō, blatiō pla(d)der(e)n
* blēkājō blöken blhc a omai blek(ot)átь
2b2.-banne, banna
* bṇdus buinne 'scaturigō' 'nōn gutta' bindú
2b3.-banne
2b1.-byddar
bodar
* bodhrós 2b2.-bothar badhirá-s
2a3.-bodhar
2b3.-bouzar
boc 5.3.-būza
* bokkos bocc
3a3.-bokkr 5.4.-buc 'agnus'
* bólboljō bulliō 5.4.-pɫpjam 'collabor'
belach 'rupēs, uia';
2b1.-bwlch 'Spalte'
* bolkos bolg (contam. 5.4.-pelem 'fodiō'
2b3.-boulc'h
tolg?)
bóchna 'mare' puche, pochen bučati 'resonō'
bukkati 'latrat'; búk-
* boukājō (=tonans) 'quatiō' bukths 'ululans' 6.3.-bukùoti;
kāra-ḥ 'rugītūs'
<*boukanyā 3a2.-poke 'pungō' bùkčius 'balbus'
PRAC.- múhu-
* brenghos brong(a)ide bragcos 5.3.-mrzujīti 'b.
uitae'
1a1.-brochus, 6.6.-Brok 'nōmen
* brokos brocc 2b1, 2b3.-broch
bronchus flūminis'
búk-kāra-ḥ 'rugītus'
buas, buza; boaw búchatь 'surdē
5.3.-bučahin-
'clamō' boh strepō 6.3.-
* bughōn būbō, būtio, būteo 'ululans' 5.4.-
'clamor' baublỹs 'būtio';
bukths 'ululans' bu, buēč 5.6.-
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pfüchen, Pfoch
3a2.-
pohha, pocca, 6.3.-pũkšti
* bukkā bucca puggs 'id.'
pocket 'follis, 'exclamāre'
saccus'
3a3.-poki 'id.'
2b1.-boddi 'imbuor'
2b2.-bedhy
* cadhō ba(i)dim 'mergō' baqos 'profunditās' gā́hatē 'mergit'
'id' 2b3.-beuziff
'id'
pra/ ví-gāman- 6.3.-ga^jums 'et
* cāmṇ bhma (bhmatos)
5.3.-gā-man- seriēs'
* cécālos bebhlos 'profānus' jagat <-nt 'mundus'
quetzen,
dennos gandhayate 'feriō'
quetschen 6.3.-gadinù,
'contumelia' gandhá-ḥ 'olor'
* cedhō 'opprimō, tundō' gadìnti ; intr.
<*gʷendhno-; 5.3-gantay-
3a3.-kvadda fqonos 'inuidia' gendù, gésti
'foetor'
'id'
Biturīges 'rēges m.'
bith (betho) <*-tu-; 2b1.-byd jīvita- 5.3.- životъ
* cītā uita bethu (bethad) 'mundus', bywyd gaeqā 'mundus, 6.3..-gyvatà
<*gwīwotut- 2b2.-bit/bys 'id' opes, domus' 6.4.-dzĩtu
2b3.-bed 'id'
jīvaka- (*-ko suff. a 6.3.-gyvókas
* cīwāks uīuax (-ācis)
nōmine uel adiect.) 'uīuus'

2b1.-bwyd 'cibus' živú, žitь


uīuō; iūgis <H2yu- biad <*gwejHtom Hom. beomai < jīvati 5.4.-
* cejwō 2b2.-buit/boys/būz 6.3.-gyjù, gýti
gwi- 'cibus' beiesomai 'uiuam' keam
2b3.-boed/boued 'sānō'

TOK.-śaiyye životъ
* cīwotos beath(aidhe)ach zwon 5.5.-LUW huitumar
'capra, ouis' 6.3.-gývulis
quellen želějǫ, želěti
5.4.-kelem
* cēlējō 3a2.-quellian 'depolorō'
3a3.-kvelia 5.5.-guls- 'pingō'
6.3.-gélti 'pungere'
želudь<*želǫdъ
gula- 5.4.-
* célṇdis glans balanos 6.3.-
kalin
giléndra 'anōna'
gálati 'defluit,
uolō -āre; 2b1.-blif<*gwlēmo? quellan 'scatō', ballw, balaneion; ēuanescit' garút
* celō
balneum <gr. 'catapulta' Quelle blhma 'eiectus' 5.4.-∂nkenum; ∂n
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kiol, Keule 'nāuis
gualon 'pantica, gōla 'pila'
* celom uola q.'
trulla'; gulios 'follis' 5.4.-kalum 'carpō'
3a2.-cēol 'id'
quïman, queman, bainw <*gwCj, gácchati <*gwṃ-sk; TOK A.-käm, kum-
kúmbened
ueniō, conj. baskw <*gwC-
* cemjō 'conuenit', qiman, kommen qiman jígāti <*gwi-gwā , B käm-, kam-,
aduenam
cebnust 'uēnerint' sk; bibhmi <*gwi- śem
3a2.-come 5.4.-jamaiti, jasaiti
gw
jani- 5.4.-
2b1.-benyw qino, qens <pgmc. bana žena
* cenā ben (mna, ban) kin 5.5.-
2b2.-benen *kwēniz gunh 6.9.-genna
LUW wana(tti)
braptein esqiein
* cerbhō 5.5.-karip 6.3.-gróbas 'ilia'
(Hes)
gora
deiras; girí-ḥ <*gʷrH-i-.
* ceri 6.3.-gìre, girià 'id'
boreas 'aquilō' 5.3.-gairi-
6.4.-garš 'silua'
5.4.-korusanem
6.3.-gùrty 'decedō'
'ruinō'; koreay
kurre 'id' TOC A
* cerjō qaírrus 'mitis' 'morior'
3a3.-kuirr, kyrr 'id' kur, B ikwär
5.5.-karussiya-
'senescō'
'sileō'; kariya 'sistō'

grṇā́ti, grṇītḗ
gūrtí-ḥ=grātēs
brateis 'gratiae' 'laus' gūrtá-
grātēs, grātus, bard 'bardus' <*gwr- bardus deirian giriù, gìrti
* cerō βρατωμ queran 'suspirāre' ḥ=grātus 5.3.-
grātia d(h)o-s 2b1.-bardd 'bardus' loidoreisqai (Hes.) 6.4.-dzir̃ties
'mūnus' aibi-g°r°nte 3p
5.4.-kardam
'clamor'
6.3.-žiūrḗti 'speciō'
* cerō korts 'febris' jvarati; jvara- 'febris' 6.4.-žũre^t
'nictō'
1b2.-berva krūt, Kraut?
bruw? 'germinō';
* ceru uerū 'uerua', berus bi(u)rn 'hasta' 2b1, b2, b3.-berf 'herba' qaíru 'pālus' 5.3.-grava- 'hasta'
embruon 'germen'
'ueribus' 3a2.-krūd <*krūdā

* cérurom berrum biror/biolar kresso


ugasitiúžas?'pauor'
6.3.-
bás <*gwōs-to-? sbennumi jásate 'esuriō'
* césneumi qistjan 'ruinō' gesaũ, gèsti
'mors' asbestos 'inexting.' 5.5.-kist
6.4.-dzisu,
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quispel 'brocha';
* cespis uespicēs bostrucos guṣpitá 'entramado' 6.5.-gwozd 'silua'
questa, Quast 'caesariēs'
'gerra'
2b1.-bedw <*betuā
cuti, Kitt 'gluten'
'b'
be(i)the <*betuyā 3a2.-
* cetus bitūmen, betulla 2b2.-bedewen játu 'gumma'
`buxus' cwudu 'mastix'
'popl.'
3a3;-kvāða
2b3.-bezuen 'betula'

ogaviti `vexāre'
quad, Kot
2b1.-budr gáditь
* ceudhos būbināre buadraim 'conturbō' 3a2.-cwēad,
'immundus' 'polluō'
squash 'quatiō'
6.3.-geda 'dedecus'

faikos lampros 6.3.-gaĩsas 'lux


* chaisos (Hes.); faidros, caelestis'; giẽdras 'c'
faidimos 'clārus'; 6.4.-gaišs 'clārus'

CELTIB.-(g. pl.) uediíumí ? 2b1.- poqew 'desiderō'


* chedhō guidimm
kueðontikum ? gweddi 'rogātiō' qessasqai 'implorō'
* cheldi fel galla colos zhlici, zlici
3a3.-gildra/i
* chelō (e)qelw želěti, želati
'pedica'
hanmi, pf. jaghāna
gonim 'feriō' fonos 'nex'
* chendō fendō 'necō' 5.5.-
guin 'uulnus' qeinw 'tundō'
kunatar 'nex'
gonim 'feriō' 3ª hanmi, pf. jaghāna
2n1.-gwan(u) ženǫ, goniti,
gonaid; gáetaid fonos 'nex' 'necō'
'quatiō' 2b2.- gъnati 'agō'
* chenmi dē-, of-fendō denom. a <*ghwṇ qeinw <*gh enjō
w
5.4.-ganem, jnem 'q.'
gwane 'id' 6.3.-genù, giñti
to-; guin <ghwoni 'tundō' 5.5.-kuenz, pl.
2b3.-goan- 'id' 'agō'
'uulnus'; kunanzi; kunatar 'nex'
<< chentis
gorim 'calefaciō'; fo- 2b1.-gori 'alō' gerwen 'praeparō' ghṛṇṓti 'luceō' grějǫ, grěti ,
* cherō qeromai 'calefiō'
geir; gor 'calor, pus' 2b3.-gor 'calor' 3a2.-gierwan 'id' 5.4.-jernum 'calefiō' goritъ, goreti 'ūrō';

požarъ 'incendium'
2b1.-gor gor 'stercus' háras- 'ardor'
* cheros qeros 'aestās' 6.3.-gãras
'incubātiō, pus' 3a2.-gyre 'id' 5.4.-jer 'et sūdum'
'uapor, desiderium'

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ži-ca ; žila 'ueena'


2b1;-gi-au 6.3.-gijà;
* chislom fīlum 5.4.-jil 'corda, monīle'
'tendōnes, ligamina' gýsla 'id'
6.4.-dzi(k)sla 'id'

hváratē 'uiet'; hválati, zъlъ 'malus'


fhlow, falow;
hruṇāti 'errat' 6.3.-; žvalùs
* chḷnō fallō, falsus; fallax faluptei mwrainei
5.3.-zbar∂mna 'obliquuus'; pažvil-
(Hes)
'tortus'; zūrah 'fallācia' ti, -au 'nitor'

fax, arc. facēs; diafassein diafain.ALB.-dukem 'speciō,


* chōks žvãkė 'candēla'
facētus, facētia fwy faos (Hes)? uideor'; duk 'aspectus'

afenos 'abundantia' ghaná- 'densus, gone(je)ti 'sufficiō'


euqenhs massa' 5.4.- 6.3.-ganà 'satis'
* chonós
'diuēs' parqenos? yogn 'multum' 6.4.-gana `
'uirgō' 5.6.-āganiš 'id'
qermos calidus; 5.3.-garǝma-; garma-
6.3.-gorme 'calor'
* chormos formus qermassa <*- pada- 'mensis q.'
6.4.-gar^me 'id'
mGtia- furnus 5.4.-jerm
fornus, furnus, ghṛṇá- 'ignis' 5.4.-
* chornos gorn 'ignis' GRANNOS grъnъ, gorn 'ăēna'
fornāx jernum 'calefiō'
grís 'ignis'; 2b1.-gwres 'calor ghramsá- 'insolātiō,
* chrensós grían (gréne) sōlis' 2b3.- splendor'; grīsmá-
w
<g hrensnā 'sōl' groez, grouez 'aestās'
5.5.-kururiyahh-
* chṛjō furō, furiō, furōr 'bellum agō'; kurur
'hostīlis, hostīlitās';
baïd 'moritur' <*gwH2- jígāti 'it' lit. dial. góti 'īre'
2b1.-bad 'pestis' bibw; bibhmi,
* cícāmi yeti, do·bá; pf. at- 5.4.-kam 'stō' (=a.i. ALB.-ngā 'currō'
2b3.-bad 'torpēdō' bibazw 'uadō'
bath; bás (n) aor. agām 'iī' <*ganiō
* cijā 1b2.-bio 3a3.-kvē

jinā́ti ; jáyati 'uincit'


jyā́yān 'potens'
bia 'uis'; biaw 6.3.- iguju, iguti
* cínāmi 3a3.-kveita 5.3.-zināt̃
'obligō' 'assequī'
'nocēt' 5.6.-
adināt 'sustulit'

* cīrós uireō jīrá- 'uiuāx, celer'

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2b1.-bys zwisila? 'rāmus,


* cistis bisi ega 'stiriae' 2b2.-bis, bes furca'
2b3.-biz 3a3.-kvistr 'rāmus'

* cīwos 2b1, 2b2.-biw 'pecu' bios


2b1.-2b2.-byw živъ
* cīwós uīuus bivus 'uīuōs' beo qius zwos jīvá-
2b3.-beo 6.3.-gývas
2b1.-gwellt
gula, ingluuiēs, gelim 'pāscor' 'grāmen' 2b2.- kela, Kehle delear, blomos glotátь 'uorō'; glot,
* cḷā
glūtus, glūt/t/ō gelt-both 'pabulum' gwels 2b1.- 3a2.-ceole 'cibus piscibus' glotók 'fauces'
guelticion 'fen.'
<< cḷājō
* cḷēnós 2b1.-2b3.-blin glāná 'dēbilitātus'
quelan 'patī' 5.4.-kelem žalь 'dolor'
uallessit ? at-baill 'perit' <*eks- 2b1.-aballu 'pereō' 3a2.-cwelan obelos 'uerō'; 'tormentō'; kel <gwel- 6.3.-gélti 'pungere';
* cḷnāmi
'perierit' id-gwaln 2b2.-bal 'pestis' 'morior'; cwellan belwnh 'cuspis' no-/so-/Ho- 'uulnus' gìlti 'indolescere';
'necō'
5.5.-guls- 'pingō' giltine 'mors'
* cḷturós vultur, voltu(us) blosuros; -wpis
* cṃtis conuenti-ō kúmbennieís (g.) cumft gaqumþs 'conut.' basis gáti-ḥ
Quappe 'piscis q.'
žaba, 'testūdō'
* cobhōn 3a2.- 5.4.-kaw (-oy) 'argilla'
6.9.-gabawo 'rāna'
quab 'palūs'
jīna-; jīla-ḥ
* coinos bían 'pellis"
'conductus'
gárbhah 'mātrix'
kilbur, chilburra,
adelfeos sá-garbhya-ḥ
uolua Kalb 3a2.-
* colbhos <sCdelfesos; 'couterīnus' žrebe 'pullus equī'
1a2.-galba cilforlamb 'agna
adelfos 5.3.-gar∂wa; g∂r∂buš
māter'; calf
'pullus'
* corós carni-uorus boros aja-gara- '*capriuorus' 6.3.-gara
bottos 'axis' 2b1.- gvozdь 'clāuus'
* cosdhos bot, bod 'pēnis' quast, haste 'hasta' alb.-ghethi ? 'folium'
both 'axis' 6.6.-g(w)ózdź
gadati ? 'dīcit'
quedan 'id'
5.4.-koč̣em
3a2.-cweðan, qiþan 'dīcit'; un-
* cotējō 'uocō, inuit'
quoth qēþs 'inenarrābilis'
5.6.-žāy°m,
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quiti 'uulua'
qiþus 'stomachus;
3a2.-cwidele
bél 'labrum' uenter';
* cotlós botulus <1b 'pustula, varix'
<*gwetlos? qiþuhaftō
3a3.-kviðr,
'praegnans'
kviðugr
gū-thạ; guváti 'cacat',
govno;
MAK gotan un gūnam 'cacatum'
* coucis būbināre guditi 'calumniar'
(Hes.) ? 5.3.-gū-qa-
(dh)
5.4..-ku, koy `

<< coudhros
kaha, kā 'cornīx' hava 'coruus'
* cówijā gāuia 3a2.-kaa 6.8.- ga^vǝc
'coruus frugilegus' uanellus
* cowijós ennea-boios 'nouem gávya-, gavyá-
cum bubus' 5.4.-kogi 'butyrum'
2b1.-bugail
* cówqolos buachaill boukolos
2b2-2b3.-bugel
gáuḥ (g. góḥ , loc.
gávi) 5.3.-
*govędo
* cows bōs bó (bou) chuo bous gāus 5.4.-
6.4.-guws
gov
5.5.-wawa
gurú >gárīyān,
bair; baire 'grāuitās' 2b1.-bryw 'robur, kaúrus, pl. kaúrjōs; barus; barunw 6.3.-gùrstu, gùrti
* cṛ(āw)ús grauis gāriṣṭha
bruth 'pndus' robustus' kaúrjan 'onerō' 'onerō'; ubris<ud-g 'remittō' (uentus)
5.3.-gouru-
* cr∂tos brūtus <1b 6.4.-grũts 'grauis'
giráti, giláti, grṇā́ ti
bibrwskw, bora
uorō, uorāgō, 2b1.-breuad querdar, Köder 5.3.-jarait pоžъro, požreti
* cṛājō tuarae 'esca' 'esca'; baraqron
gurguliō 'uermes' 'cibus laqueī' 5.4.-k`erem 'abradō'; 6.3.-geriù, gérti
'guttur'
ker, kur 'esca'
6.4.-dzirts
* crātós grātus gūrtáh
'exsultātus'
2b1.-breuan
TOK B.-kärweñe grāvan- žrъnъvi
* cṛā́wenus bró, bráo 2b2.-brou 3a2.-quern kuairnus
'lapis' 5.4.-erkan 6.3.-gìrnos
2b3.-breo
<< cṛcestjom
gárgara;grīvā́
quer(e)kela, griva 'iuba'
gurges, gurguliō, derh <gwerwā 'collum'̣
* cṛcots querka 6.3.-gargaliúoju
gurgustium 'collum' nigalgalīti/jalgulīti
3a3.-kverk 'tōlēs' 'stertō'
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brommach < *-
* cṛebhos brefos
ombhāko

grustь 'cūra';
brón 'cūra' 2b1.-brwyn gryzo, grysti `'rōdō
* creughos brucw 'ringor'
*<brugnos 'mordens dolior' 6.3.-gráužiu,
gráužti 'id'

2b1.-
abalbrouannou
bráge, brágae
* croghos 2b2.-briansen krage brocqos 'guttur'
'collus'
'guttur' 2b3.-
Brehant
* crotsos grossus bras 2b1, b2, b3.-bras
* croughnos brón 2b1.-brwyn brucw 'ringor'
tri-garanus
chranuh žeravь
* cṛús grus (Taruos) 2b1-b3.- geranos 5.4.-krunk
3a2.-cran 6.3.-gérve
garan
* dā dh, da da
dā́ti, dyáti; dātár
daiomai; daitus, 'diuīsor'; dā́tu,
teil 'pars' ; Zeit, zīt
dails<*dailos daitron 'portiō' dātrám 'distribūtiō';
arcanto-danos 'tempus' *<daitis
* daimoi fo-dálim ? 'seiungō' 'pars'; RUN- daitros 'dīuīsor'; dā́tram 'falx' diná, delъ ? 'pars'
'monetārius' 3a2.-dǣl, tīd
da[i]liþun 'diuidēre' dainumi 'hospitiō' ditá 'dīuīsus'
'aestus' danos 'usūra';daimwn
5.4.-dāra
'salārium'
zīt, Zeit
3a2.-tīd; tide
* daitis 5.4.- ti (tioy) 'aetās'
'aestus'
3a3.-tīð 'id'

zeihhur devár- deverь


* daiwēr leuir dahr
3a2.-tācor 5.4.-taygr 6.3.-dëverìs
2b1.-deigr áśru
2a1.-dér 2b2.-dagrow (pl.) zahar 3a2.- 5.3.-asrū- 6.3.-ašarà, ãšara
* dakru lacrima<dacruma tagr dakru
2a3.-deór 2b3.-dacrlon téar 5.4.-artawsr TOK A.-ākär
(ūdus) 5.5.-ishahru
2b1.-dauu 'cliens'
dám <*dāmā dhmos, damos
* dāmos 2b2.-dof gener
'comitātus' 'populus'
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dā-na 'fluxus horm.
(elephantiacum)'
Don,Dnieper,Dnies
Dānuvius, Condate 5.3.-dānu 'flūmen,
Danaoi; dhmas tr <Danaprius,
* dānus 'confluens'; Donwy fluxus' 5.4.-
'adeps animālis' Danastius <*apara
(*dānuuiā) tamuk 'madidus';
* nazdya-
tamkanam 'madefiō'
5.5.-dame(n)k- 'pluō'

<< dápnāmi
dapanh 'impensa'; 5.4.- taun, tawn
* dapnom damnum 3a3.-tafn 'hostia'
dapanaw 'insūmō' <dapni 'festa'
tappen 'decerpō' dāpayati 'diuidit'
daptw<*dapiw
* daps daps, damnum 3a2.-tappen 'tundō' 5.4.- taun, tawn TOK A.-tāp 'ēdit'
'scindō'
3a3.-tapa 'perdō' <dapni 'festa'
<< dáwētā
* dáwetus duellum dóud 'incendium' davathu 'inflammātiō'

dóím 'ūrō'; dōud 2b1.-deifio, cynnud zuschen 'ūrō' daiw; dais 'taeda'; dunṓti, dāvayati 'urit" 6.3.-džiáuti 'siccō'
bellum, arc.
'incendium' = ai. 'id' -gr. da(e)los 3a2.-tēona m., duh 'damnum'; doman- <dyēw 'caelum' ?
* dáwneumi duellum
davathu; connad, 2b3.- tēone 'damnum' dueros 'miser'; 'incendium'; dū 6.4.-žaut
<*dáwetlom duowsi 'ruinant'
condud 'cremium' devi, keuneud 'id' 3a3.-deleō' 'damnum' 'id'

connad, condud
dahqmos
* dawtis <*komdauto
'incendium'
'cremium'
kudá 'quo, ubi',
dat 2b1.-di, y, i tađa 'tunc' ;kadā́ ,
dē, dēterior, zādal < *dē-tlom tade 'inde', jeda
* dē 1b2.-daetom dí 2b2.-the yadā́ 'cum'
dēmum, dēnique 'paupertās' 'cum' 6.3.-
'delictum' 2b3.-di 5.3.-tađa, yađa 'id'
tadà 'tunc'
6.5.-depim,-iti
defw, deyw;
* debhō depsō <deyw 5.4.-topel 'quatiō' 'flīgō'
difqera 'corium'
6.6.-deptac 'calcō'
zittaroh 3a2.- dadruka- 'eruptiō
* dedrus 6.3.- dedervinẽ '
teter cutanea, lepra q.'
Zecke
dega (degaid)
* deghā 3a2.-ticia, tick; 5.4.-ti
'blatta quercinea'
tickle 'titillāre'
<< deikm∂n

deíkum, deicum deiknumi, disháti, dideSTi


* deikō dīcō zīhan ga-teihan
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zīch 'forum'.
3a2.-tīg, tīh deśá-ḥ 'locus' ; diś-,
* deikos dikh 'iustitia'
'pratum' 3a3.-teigr diśā 'directiō'
'fundus'
in/bi-ziht
5.3.-ādišti-š <*dikti-
* deiktis dictiō 'accusātiō' 3a2.- deixis 'indicātiō'
'indicātiō'
tiht 'id'
<< deiwā
* déiwijos dius, diuus déa dios divyáh
Deuognata Zīo dēvá-s
divъ
* deiwos deus (dīuī) deívaí (diuae) dia (dé) 2b1.-duiu-tit 'caput 3a2.-Tīwes-dæg 5.3.-daēvō
6.3.-dëvas
d.' 3a3.-tivar 'daemonium'
* deiwotāts deitās devátāti
* deiwots dīues 5.5.-asiwant- 'pauper'
daśasyáti 'honorat';
decomai 'accipiō'; daśā́ 'stātus, fātum' ;
decet, decus,
dokei moi 'censeō' dīkšatē 'sacer fit'
* dekējō dignus; dīscō, tiçit 'decet' dech 'optimus'
4.2.- 5.4.-das∂m
doceō dekomai 'id' 'patrim.'; dāšta-
'adeptus'
1b2.-desen-(duf) 2b1.-deg zehan, zehn decetъ
* dekṃ decem deich n- taíhun deka dáśa
'duo-decim' 2b2.-2b3.-dek 3a2.-tien, tyn 6.3.-dẽšimt
* dékṃtulos digitus, digitulus daktulos 5.5.-kalulupa
<< deknos
dech, deagh Dago- <*dego
* dekos decus
'optimus'; dea- 2b1, b2.-da 'bonus'

Dexsiua
2b1.-deheu, deau dexios <*deksiwó, dákṣiṇa-, dakṣiṇá- desnъ
* déksteros dexter dess zeso, zesawēr taíhswa
2b2.-dyghow, dyow dexiteros 5.3.-dašina- 6.3.-dẽšinas
2b3.-dehou

zalōn; zāla
'periculum'
5.4.-toɫ 'linea'; toɫem
3a2.-talian; talk
* deljō dolus <gr. dolom, dolud <gr. dolos 'dolus' 'ordinō' 5.5.-
'loquor'; tæl
tallija- 'inuocō'
'calumnia'
3a3.-tāl 'delūsiō'

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delvi (dъlъvi)
delb<delwā 'figūra'; daidalos, dálati, dāláyati
dolō -āre; toll(e) 'extremum 'dōlium'; delъ?
dolba(i)d 'format' 2b1.-delu, delw 'id' daidaleos 'artibus daṇḍá 'ferula'
* delō dolābra; dōlium; ramī'; Zoll 'limēs'; 'pars' 6.3.-
fo-dālim ? 2b2.-del creātum'; 5.4.-tal 'impres,
doleō, dolor Zelt 'tentorium' dhleomai 'deleō' dylù, dìlti 6.4.-
Seiungīō uersus'
delu, dil̃t
<< demos
zangar 'acer', zāhi
'tenax', Zange dáśati, pf. dadáṃśa
daknw *dGk-n;
* denkō 'forfex' 5.3.- tiži-dastra
aor. edakon
3a2.-tang, tōh, (adv.)
tange
dámsas-
dhnea (H.)
'prodigium'; dasrá-
* densō 'diuinātiōnes';
daifrwn 'sensātus' 'prodigiōsus'
5.3.-daŋra 'habilis'
dens (dentis), desna
2b1.-2b3.-dant zand, Zahn dántam (ac. sing.),
* dentis dentum (g. pl. dét/déad tunþus odwn 6.3.-dantìs, dantu
2b2.-dans 3a2.-tōþ, tooth datáh (gen. sing.)
Var.) (g. pl.)
zerben, zirben drbháti u-dorobь 'aula'
3a2.-tearflian darph<darfh 5.3.-d∂r∂uda 'fascis' dorób'ić
* derbhō
'rotō'; torfian 'corbis' 5.4.-torn 'torquere'
'iaciō'; turf 'funiculus, laqueus' derébitь 'ēuellere'
zarga 'arista'
drassomai 'capiō';
dremm <drghsmos 2b2.-targe 5.4.- trc̣ak <derghso-
* derghō 2b3.-dramm 'fascis' dracmh; drax
'multitūdō hominum' 'litterāle' 3a3.- 'magnibus fascibus'
'manus'
targa 'id'
zeran, verzehren;
derw , deirw drnāti explōdit';
2b1, 2b2, 2b3.-darn Zorn 'iira' ; trennen dis-taíran, ga- dero, dьrati
* derō 'glūbō'; derma 5.3.-dar∂dar-
'portiō' (a.i. dīrná-) 3a2.- taíran 'abscindō' 6.3.- diriù, dìrti
'pellis' 5.4.-terem
teran, torn
dā́ru (drós) 'lignum'
dair, daur 'robur'; drebo 'lignum,
2b1.-dâr/derwen doru 'lignum' dárvih 'ligula'
dron<drunós 'fixus'; arbos'
* deru dūrus<drūrus ? 2b2.-dar 3a2.-trēo, tree triu 'arbos' dendron 'arbos' 5.4.-tram 'fixus'
derb 'certus'; drúi 6.3.-dervà 'lign.
2b3.-derv-enn drus 'robur' 5.5.-taru, dat.
'druida' pinī'
taruui
dūcō, dux; arc. ziohan, ziehen Hes: daidukesqai,
* deukō non to-ucc dygaf 'afferō' tiuhan
ab-doucit 3a2.-tēon elkesqai
<< deuks
3a2.-teorian dew, deuw 'careō' ; dūsáyati
* deusō
<tiuzōn 'cessō' deutatos 5.5.-tuhs 'desinō'

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dūráh, cimp. dávīyas
'longinquus'; dūtá
'nuntius' ;doṣa
cundrad dhn olim; dhron
'egestās'; 5.3.-
<*condūrad longaeuus dave, davnó
dūrō, dūrāre; 3&2.-tēorian, tire duvaištam
* dew 'contractus' (heterocl. [ / G ) 'olim'; davьnъ
dūdum, dum 'fatigō'' 'diutissime' ̣dūraē 'id';
doe <*dōuio- 4.3.-dan, 'antiquus'
5.4.-tevem
'lentus' daron id 'dūrō', tew '-ātiō'
'dūrō' 5.5.-
tuwa <*dwH2yo
<< dh∂tis
gedēfe 'opportūnus' 5.4.-darbin ? dobrъ 'bonus'
ga-daban 'opportet'
* dhabhros faber, effāfilātus 3a3.-dafna 'ferrārius' dhṛbhino- 6.3.-dabnùs
gadōf 'id'
'habilis' ? / dhH2bhrono- ? 'ornātus'

dill; Dill; dolde


pompedoula
3a2.-dile;
'quinquefolium' qallw 'floreō';
dyle 'anethum
* dhalnā duille *dolīniā 'folia' 2b1.-dail 'folia' qallos 5.4.-dalar 'uiridis'
graveolens'
2b2.- 'propagō'
3a3.-dylla
delen 'folium'
'sonchus arvensis'

dhanu.- 'arcus'
* dhanwos tanna 'ilex'
5.5.-tanau-
3a2-Dēana 'tribus
* dhaunos faunus ILLYR.-Daunī af-dauiÞs 'afflictus' qaunon qerion (Hes) 5.3.-dvaidī 'premimus' davítь 'opprimō'
q'
* dhchínāmi situs ? 'paedor' tinaim, tinaid 2b3.-tinsot 'sparsit' fqinw 'dissipō' kṣinā́ mi 'deleō'
* dhchitis sitis fqisis kṣití
dabhnōti 'nocet';
adbhuta 'mīrus'
5.3.-dab- 'fallō'
* dhebhō atembw 'noceō'
5.5.-tepu
'paruus'; tepnu-
'negligō'

foueō, febris, 2b1.-deifio 'adūrō' dac, Tag 'id' dags 'diēs' fidur- žegǫ, žešti 6.3.-
dáhati 'cremat'
* dhechō daig (daiged) 'ignis' tefra 'cineres' degù, dègti 6.4.-
fōmes 2b3.-devi 'cremō' 3a2.-dǽg 'id' dōgs 'quatriduus' 5.3.-dažaiti 'id'
daglas 'crēmātūra'

qeios 'petruus' dedъ; djádja 'id'


* dhēdhjos deite, teite, thqh 6.3.-
'auia'; Qetis dẽde/̃dis 'patr.'

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2b1.-deddf
* dhedhmós teqmos
'decrētum, lex'
ksam-
* dheghom humus dú (don) 'locus' cqwn 6.3.-zẽme
5.5.-tekan
daig (dega, post. TOK B.-teki
* dheghwis DEGO(S)
daiged) 'ignis' 'aegrotās'
Deich, Teich
'excavātiō' 6.3.-dýgstu, dýgti,
* dheicō figō 1b2.-fiktu 'figitō' sfiggw ? 'premō'
3a2.-dīc 'fossus, dëgiu, dëgti
canālis'
<< dhéicodhlā
fē-mina, fē-lix, 1b2.-feliuf, filiu
denim 'sūgō', qhsato 'suxit' dhayāmi, dháyati;
* dheimi den(a)id <dhināti caus. daddjan qhlus dhinṓti 'alit' caus. dojiti
fellāre, filius 'lactantes' del 'tetta' 'fēmina' 5.4.-diem
* dhejō 1b2.-feia 'faciat' 5.5.-tiya- де́ну, де́ю, деть
cf. dhānā́ḥ 'grānum,
6.3.-cf. dúona
fēlīx, fēnus, -oris, cf. dhttai kriqai pecunia;'
* dhēlēiks 'pānis' 6.4.-
fēnum, fēcundus (Hes.) <dhēkya 5.3.-cf. dānōkarša
cf. duõna 'id'
'formīca q.'
tolch, Dolch
2b1.-dal(a) 'stigma'
3a2.-dalc 'Spange' 6.3.-dal̃gis 'falx';
* dhēlgs falx delg 'spīna' 2b2.-delc
3a3.- dilgùs 'acerbus'
'monīle'
dalkr 'acus'
tila 'tetta' dhārú- 'lactans' 6.3.-pirmdelẽ
filius; fēlō, -āre., 1b2.-feliuf, filiu del 'tetta, delech 'prīmō parens'
* dhēljos 3a3.-dilkr qhlus 'femina' 5.5.-LYC
fētus, fēta `lactantes' 'lacte' 6;4.-de^ls
'agellus' tideimi<LUW *tittaimi 'filius'
ge-telle 'pulcher'
3a2.-deall
* dhelō dellrad 'splendor' 'praeclār.' 5.4.-delin, 'clārus'
3a3.-Mardoll,
Dellingr
del <*dhelos, dínu 3a2.-delu <*-lā
6.4.-dẽls (dẽla)
* dhēlós <*dhḗnumi, dinid 3a3.-del, däl (dial.)
<*dhēlós
'sūgit' <*dhelos
tuom 'iudicium,
2b1.-deddf <-dhmā dhā́man- 'et lex,
mōs, status' -ō- dōms 'iudicium, qhma 'conditiō'; 6.3.-domẽ,
* dhēmṇ 'decrētum, lex' (cf. cubiculum'
3a2.-dōm fama' <*-ō- qemis 'lex, iustitia' domesỹs 'attentiō'
dedhmós) 5.3.-dāman-, dąman-
'opiniō'

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timber, timmer 'o.';
dhámati 'inflat'
dampf 'uapor' dъmo, doti 'inflō'
qemeros, semnos 5.3.-dāđmainya-
* dhemō dem 'fuscus, āter' '3a3.-daam 6.3.-
'obscūrus' 'turgens'
'obscūrus et dumiù, dùmti 'id'
5.6.-dam 'atimus'
arōma'
<< dhḗmonā
tunga 'stercus',
daingen 'robustus'; dǫga 'arcus'
Düngung
dingid, fording dengyn 'barbarus' 6.3.-degiu, dengti
* dhenghō 3a2.-dung
'premit, supprimit' <*dangeno- 'tegō'; dangus
'stercus,
<*dheigh? 'caelum'
geniceum, carcer'
dhānā́ ḥ 'frūmentum',
dhttai dhānyá- 'id et diuēs',
faenum; faenus;
TOK B.-В tāno aieptismenai dhanin, dhanika 'di.' 6.3.-dúona 'pānis'
* dhēnom ae non ē cf.
'frūmentum' kriqai <*dhē-k-i̯ ā- 5.3.-dānō- 6.4.- duõna 'pānis'
paeminōsus
(Hes) karša- 'formīca q.'
5.6.-dāna 'grānum'
<< dhēnos

verderben 'ruinō' 6.3.-dìrbu, dìrbti


* dherbhō faber, effāfilātus 5.4.-derbuk 'rudis'
3a2.-deorfan 'laborō'

deren 'cornus'
2b1.-draen/drain
* dherghnos fragum ? draigen tirnpauma 'cornea' tercnos 'ramulus' drākṣā 'ūua' 6.3.-drìgnes
2b3.-dréan
'Hyosciamus'

dṛ́ṁhati, -dhṛk
'tenens' (in comp.)
dringid 'ascendit'; 5.3.-drǝnǰaiti; держу́, держа́ть
* dherghō fortis, arc. forctus fortis 'potius' 2b1.-dringo 'scālō'
dréimm 'scālātiō' dražaitē 'tenet' 'teneō'
TOK A tränk-, B
trenk- 'adhaerō'

terken 'polluō' 6.3.-der̃kti 'polluō' -


* dherghos derg
3a2.-deork, dark rk-
druosana droska <dhṛghskā
fraces (faēcēs,
'ferment.' 3a2.- qrassw 'sollicitō' 'fermentum'
* dherghs floccēs)
drosne/a 'id' tarach '-ūdō' 6.3. drages
1a1.-drasica
3a3.-dregg <*dhr∂ghiās 'id'

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6.3.-der̃kti
* dherkō zurch 'caca' 6.4.-dā̀̀rks
'eq.pictu.'
dhāráyati; sadhríy-
qranos, qrhnus, аñc- 'concentror' dórog ? 'cārus,
firmus, frēnus, 2b1.-emdrit tarnen 'cēlō' qronos dhāraka- oner.'
* dhermi frēnum, ferē, 'decens"; dryd 3a2.-darian, tarry 'scamnum'; qwrax; 'recipiens' 6.3.-derù/réti
fermē 'parsimoniōsus' 'maneō' aqroos 5.3.-dārayeiti 'fungor'
'concentrātus' darãu, darýti 'faciō'
5.4.-
dadar 'quiēs'

fēriae, arc. fēsiae; fíísnam 'templum' dhiṣṇya- 'deuōtus'


qeos 'deus'; qea
* dhēs festus, fānum 1b2.-fesnaf-e 5.4.-di-k
<*dhH1sā 'dea'
<*dhH1sno-; fas(tus)
'in fanum' <dhēses 'dī'

missadēþs vásudhiti- 'mūnificentia'


* dhētis 3a2.-dǣd, deed qesis
'peccātum' 5.3.-zrazdāti 'fidēs'

toug, taugt 'id'; duháti,dógdhi dúžij 'robustus'


dual 'sufficiens'; tuht 'habilitās" daug <*dhoughe teucw 'dispōnō'; 'mulgeō' 6.3.-daũg
* dheughō teucos
duan 'crēber' 3a2.-dēag 'id'; 'ūtile est' 5.3.-handugā 'multum'
'equipāmentum'
gedīegan 'superāre' 'promulgātiō' dáuginti 'augēre'

3a2-Dēana 'tribus
* dheukō faunus ILLYR.-Daunī af-dauiÞs 'afflictus' qaunon qerion (Hes) 5.3.-dvaidī 'premimus' davítь 'opprimō'
q'
ádhvanīt 'exstinguit'
diwans (apo-)qnhskw
touwen, 'morior' dhvāntá-
dīth <*dhwītu- 'fīnis, <*dhéwono- 'morior'; 6.4.-dvans,
* dheunos fūnus ; fūnestus 3a2.- dōian, die 'obscūrus'
mors' 'mortālis'; qanatos; teqnhka dvanums 'uapor'
'id' 5.3-
dauþus 'mors' 'mortuus sum'
apadvasaiti 'ēuolat'

tou, Tau<dawwa
qew, qeiw, fut. dhávatē, dhā́vati
dóe? 'mare' 3a2.-
* dhewō qeusomai; bohqew 5.6.-
<*dheuiā dēaw 3a3.- 'iuuō'; qoos 'celer' dawīdan
dogg(doggwar)
2b1.-doe
* dhghesi herī in-dé 2b2.-doy/de gestaron gistra-dagis
2b3.-dech/deac'h
humuns
-gdonio 2b1.-
* dhghomōn homō, humus 1b2.-homonus '- duine <*dhghomjo- guma 6.3.-zmogùs
dyn
ibus'

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giesen 'cyprinus' 6.3.-žuvìs 'piscis'
icqus 'piscis' (i-
* dhghusā 3a3.- 5.4.-jukn 'piscis' 6.4.-
prot.)
gös 'perca' zutis 'anguilla'
fakīad 'faciat' dádhāti, aor. Ádhāt
fefakust 'fēcerit' tuon, tun 5.5.-
dedor 'fit'; dede tuon; ga-deþs 'res deti
* dhídhēmi-dh∂kjō faciō 1b2.-feia/façia, 3a2.-do; deed 'res tiqhmi, eqeka dai, tiya- 'pōno,
'posuit' /'dedit'? gesta' 6.3.-déti
fakust 1b3.- gesta' moueō', 1ª
façia 'faciat' tehhi/tiyami
6.3.-dỹgsnis
* dhigsnis fīnis, fīniō
'pālum'
déhmi, dehī
feíhúss 'mūrōs'; 'oppidum' 5.3.-
fifikus 'molieris' conutuing (con-ud- daēzayeiti 'mūnit'
teig 'massa' deža<dhoighyā
* dhinghō fingere, figulus 1b2.-fikla, ding) 'aedificat'; daigs 'massa' teicos 'mūrus' 5.4.-dizanem
3a2.-dough 'molde'
ficlam `fitillam, digen 'firmus' 'cumulō' 5.6.-
libum' paridaiza 'claustrum',
didā 'oppidum'

flexuntes; dligim 'mereō' 2b1.-dylyed


indulgeō? Forsan dliged 'lex' 'clamātiō'; dlyu,
* dhḷeghlā significātiō sic dēcurrit dulgs 'debitum' *dъlgъ, долг
tamen dilgud dylyu 'dēbēre'
ius teneō --> 'ius
cēdō' 'remissiō' <do·lugi) 2b3.-dellit 'dēbēre'

ru-deda
famēs, ad fatim, 3a2.-demm, dim
* dhṃis 'evanescere,
fatigō, fatiscō 'tenebrae'
tabescere'
famel 'familia'
dhāman- 'sedēs,
* dhṃos famulus, familia 1b2.-fameřias
famulī'
'id'
degъ: dogъ 'uis'
daingen 'firmus, daghnṓti <*dheugh?;
tacus 'celer',
* dhṇghus robust.' 'consequitur' дя́гнуть 'corrigī'
comp. qasswn
<*dan/dengino- daghná 'consequens' 6.3.-déngti
'currere'
debelъ 'crassus'
tapfar 'gravis'; faúrdammjan
6.3.-
* dhobos tapfer 'firmus' 'mōlificō, impedō'
dàbls ?
Damm 'dīcus' <dhobmo
'exuberans'
<< dhochējō

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6.3.-dagas,
tag, Tag áhar,áhaḥ (áhn-as) ?
'aestus, messis'
* dhochos 3a2.-dag, day dags 5.3.-asn-ąm ?
6.9.-dags
3a3.-dagr 'diērum'
'aestās'
* dhoighos feíhúss 'mūrōs' daigs 'massa' teicos, toicos dēz 'cumulus'

Tal 'uallis' dals 'cauea, uallis' dolъ ;


qolos; qalamos
2b1.-dol 'uallis' 3a2.-dæl 'idl' dolu
* dholos 'cubiculum';
2b3.-Dol dalaþ 'ab'; 'deorsum';
ofqalamos 'oculus'
3a3.-dalr 'arcus' dalaþa 'sub' dole 'sub'

tūba, Taube dobъ 'rōbur' (ad


(hraiwa-)dūbō
3a2.-dūfe,, col.)
* dhombhos (sine nasāle)
dove 6.4.-dumbra zeme
dumbs 'mutus'
3a3.-dūfa 'nigra terra'

tuom 'iudicium, qwmos 'cumulus' dúma 'cōgitātiō'


dōms 'iudicium,
* dhōmós mōs, status' PHRYG.-doumos 63.-domẽ, -
fama'
3a2.-dōm 'opiniō' 'concilium' sỹs 'attentiō'
dhānā 5.3.-
6.3.-dúona 'pānis'
TOK B tāno dānokarša 'formīca
* dhōnā 6.4.-duõna,
'grānum' q.' 5.4.-dāna
duone 'portiō p.'
'grānum'
<< dhóncelos

tunkal, dunkel 6.4.-danga


* dhoncos 1b2.-dew 'nebula' 5.5.-dankuiš, dunkela
3a2.-dank <*dhonguā 'palūs'

tenar/er 'plana
manus';Tenne qenar 'palma, dhánuṣ- 'area,
* dhónejā danea 'area' dẽnis 'pons nauis'
'solum' solea' desertum'
3a2.-den(n) 'cauea'

dhanáyati 'currit'
APUL;- Ardaneae =
* dhontis fons, Fontus 5.6.- TOK.-tsän 'fluere'
Herdonia (locus)
danuvatiy 'fluit'

3a2.-drītan, dirt dristátь


* dhorjā foriō, foria dardainei molunei
3a3.-drīta 6.3.-der-k-iù der̃kti

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toup, taub 'necius'


Dubis daubs 'surdus' dobъ 'rōbur' (ad
3a2.-
2b1.-dub/du 'āter' dumbs tufos 'fūmus' col.)
* dhoubhos dub 'āter' dēaf 'surdus' 5.5.-duddumi 'surdus'
2b2.-duw/du 'mutus' tuflos 'caecus' 6.4.-dumbra zeme
3a3.-
2b3.-du (hraiwa-)dūbō 'col.' 'nigra terra'
daufr

toup, taub 'necius'


Dubis
3a2.-
2b1.-dub/du 'āter' tufos 'fūmus'
* dhoubhús dub 'āter' dēaf 'surdus' daubs 'surdus' 5.5.-duddumi 'surdus'
2b2.-duw/du tuflos 'caecus'
3a3.-
2b3.-du
daufr

dъno <*dъbno 'id'


* dhoubnom domun 'mundus' dubnoreix 'rex m.'
6.3.-dùgnas 'solum'
dúlo 'armae
ostium'
* dhoulis fūlīgo dúil 'desiderium' dhūli-, dhūlī 'puluis' dúlьce 'tibiae
ostium' 6.3.-
dū́lis 'apis pipa'
TOK.-A, B tsu-
* dhōunis fūnis qwmgx
'adaptō'
tragan 'portō'
doróžitь 'excauō' ;
3a2.-dragan,
* dhraghō dragan 'dūcō' draga 'uallis';
draw 'trahō'
doroga 'iter'
3a3.-draga 'dūcō'
trecw 'currō'; 5.4.-durgn 'tornus 6.3.-drāžu,, drāzu,
* dhreghō droch 'rota' trocos 'rota'
fictiliārius' drāzt 'currō'
trocos 'cursus'
treno, Drohne qrhnos; anqrhnh *trǫdъ <trantis/
* dhrēnos 'crabrō' (*anqoqrhnh), dhrantis 'crābrō'
3a2.-drān drǣn 'id' tenqrhnh 'crābrō' 6.3.-trãnas 'crābrō'
drésacht treno, Drohne qrulew, qre(F)omai dhráṇati 'tonat' dręselъ 'tristis'
1a1.-drēnsō, -āre 'stridentia' 'crabrō' 'clangō'; , qrhnos
* dhrensājō drunjus 'strepitus' 5.4;-drnč̣im 6.4.-duñduris
'clamor cygnōrum' drécht 3a2.-drān drǣn 'flētus' qorubos
'strepitus' 'clangō' 'uespa, crabrō'
'cantus' <*dhrenktā 'id'; dora 'crabrō'
drugъ 'sodālis'
2b3.-drogn 'coetus'; truht- 'copia'
* dhreughō drungus <ger. drong 'copiae' <ger. driugan 'militō' 6.3.-
drog 'factio' <ger. 3a2.-dryht 'id'
draũgas 's.Itinr;'

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drьkolь 'uirga'
6.3.-driẽkti
gairb-driuch 'fascis
* dhrighsós qrix, trixos (capil.) 'fīlum extendō';
capilliī'
drỹkti 'longīs
fīlamentīs'
dhī́ra;
* dhṛmos firmus
dhárma- 'uirtus, lex'
qornumai;
dar- , impf. no- qarneuei (Hes.);
dhā́rā 'cursus, gutta,
* dhṛnumoi daired; nom. Dáir 1b1.-derig qrwskw fut.
sēmen'
(Dára) qoroumai qoros,
qorh 'sperma'
<< dhroghnom
* dhroghós droch trocos
(gi)tar, (gi)turran 6.3.-dresù<-ensō
infestus, infestō, dhrṣ-ṇṓ-ti, dhárṣ-ati,
* dhṛsō 3a2.-dear(r), gadaúrsan, gadars qarsew, qarrew 6.4.-drùošs
manifestus dare pf. dadharṣa
'audāx'
giturst
* dhṛstis qarsos dṛṣṭí-ḥ
3a2.-gedyrst
dhṛṣṇú-; dhṛṣú-
drьzъ (z?)
* dhṛsus türre qrasus, qarsus 'doctus' 5.3.-
6.3.-drąsùs
daršyu-, daršita-
Tropfen 'gutta';
qruptw 'friō';
triofan, triefen 'fluō' 6.4.-drubaža
* dhrubhjō drucht <*-tu 'gutta' qrumma, trufos
3a2.-drop 'gutta'; 'fragmentum'
'fragmentum'
drēapian 'destillāre'
<< dhrubhtis
trōren 'id'; trūrec, 6.3.-drùzgas
drullia 'ruinae'
traurig 'tristis' driusan 'cadere, 'scrūpum'
* dhruslijō 2b1.-dryll` qrauw 'frangō' 5.5.-dhuwarnai- ??
3a2.-drēosan decadere' 6.8.-druzgati
'fragmentum'
'id' 'comprimō'
dubnoreix 'rex m.'
domun 'mundus' tief 'id' <*deupos diups <*deupos
2b1.-dwfn 'prof.' buqos, bussos TOK B.-tapre
* dhubús domain 'profundus' 3a2.-deep, 'profundus' ; 6.3.-dubùs 'cauus'
2b2.-down <*dhubni- 'profunditās maris' <*dhubrós 'altus'
<*dhubni- dive 'id' taupjan 'mergor'
2b3.-doun
duxtir (Larzac); Tochter 3a2.- duhitár-
dъšter-
* dhugtēr fútir CELTIB.-tuater dohtor 3a3.- daúhtar qugathr 5.4.-dustr
dóttir 6.3.-dukter-
(K.1.3) 5.5.-túwatara
* dhūmājō fūmō dhūmāyati

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fūmus; fūmō; dumacha,dumhach dhūmá-ḥ; dhūmāyati dymъ


toum qumos; qumiaw;
* dhūmós fimus <*dhumuko- 5.5.- 6.3.-dúmai
3a2.-dōmian quos 'tūs'
<*dhuimos 'nebulae' tuhhui, tuhheššar 6.4.-dũmi

donst, Dunst 'id' quw 'reuoluor'


quazw 'furiō'; dhūnṓti; dhūnāna-,
suffiō; fimus, 3a2.-dununga
qis 'c.' dhūni- 'agitātiō'
* dhúneumi suffimentum, 'deliramentum' dauns exhalātiō'
quia 'baccans' 5.4.-de-
foeteō, foetidus 3a3.-dūni quella dev-im
'ignis' 'tempestās'
dosan, tusin
Donnos
`giluus'
<*Dhwosnos dhūsara-
* dhuskos fuscus, furuus donn 3a2.-dox, dusk,
2B1.-dwnn 'puluerulentus'
dosen, dun
'subfuscus, aquilus'
`spadix'
dhvárati 'nocet' durь 'stultitia'
fraus, -dis; frosetom
* dhwerō aqurw 'lūdō' 5.5.- 6.3.-padùrmai?
frūstra ? `fraudātum'
dwarnahhun? 'frēgī' 'repens'
dhattūra <
doss ? 'frutex' (cf. 3a2.-dweorge- *dhvastūra,
* dhwestus festūca
dousmos) dwostle 'pulicāria' dhustūra-
'stramonium'
dall 'caecus' tol, tulisc, toll 'id' turbid.,tristis
dwals 'dēmēns,
* dhwolnos clūas-dall 2b1-2b2-2b3-.-dall 3a2.-dull Dualos
necius'
'surdus' 'obscūrus' 'Dionys.' (H)

qolos 'turbulentia'
* dhwolsā
qoleros 'turbid.,tristis'
donnal 'ululātus' tünen 'tonō' dhvana, dhuna,
* dhwonos
<*dhwon-no 3a2.-dyne, din dhvani
doros, duros, duron turi, Tür dvьri, дверь
1b2.-furo, furu dvāra 5.4.-
* dhworis forēs, forās; forum dorus; indorus 'intra' 2b1, b2, b3.- 3a2.-duru, dor, daúr qura
'forum' door
dur-k'
dor 6.3.-dūrys
5.3.-dvarǝm
* dhworom forum 1b2.-furo, furu 5.4.-i durs 'forās' двор
5.5.-an-dur-za 'ibī'

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dwās, Tor; stultus
duxъ, duša
getwās quw 'reuoluor'
furō<*dhusō 'anima'; dvóchatь
'spectrus' quazw 'furō' dhvamsati 'ruinat'
furia 'id' . 6.3.-
tior, Tier 'id'; quia dhvasrá-
bestia, bellua dūsius 'daemon dvasià 'spectrus'.
* dhwosos dasacht 'īra' Dusel dius 'bestia, fēra' 'baccans' 'ruinātus'
immundus, incubus' dvesiù, dvẽsti
'hebetātiō,infort.' quella 5.5.-antuhsas ?
fimbria ?? 'tempestās' 'spirō'
3a2.-dwæs 'homō'
<*dhwénsriyā enqumos 'inspirātus' 6.4.-dust
'id';dēor 'id' dizzi,
'suspirō'
doze 'dormō'
dīdyati 'splendet';
* dídjāmi deato 'apparuit' dīti 'splendōr'
5.5.-tesha 'somnium'
dákšati<*dedk-
* didkskō discō, doceō didaskw 'quet'; dāśnṓti, dā́šṭi,
dā́śati 'honorat'

ziga, Ziege
5.4.-tik 'pelle
* dighā 3a2.- diza (Gr-Thrak)
caprīnum'
ticcen
dine(u)w 'rotō'; diw
dían 'celer'; déne 'fugiō'; diwkw deju, die^t 'saliō,
* djejō (cont.) 'persequor'; dī́yati 'uolat, uibrat'
'celeritās' trepudiō'
dizhmai ? 'quaerō'
4.2.-dinnhmi
iúveís (gen),
2b1.-dydd (pitā) dyáuh
diēs, diúveí (dat) zeus (diFos),
* djēws die 2b2.-det/dyth/geyth zīo 5.4.-tiw 'diēs'
iuppiter (iouis) 1b2.- zeu pater
2b3.-deiz 5.5.-siwatt
iupater
nundinae, denus 'spatium len(gi)zin, dьnь 6.3.-
* djnos SCBacch. temporis', trédenus Lenz<langat-tin sinteins 'quotidiē' dína-m dienà
noundinum 'triduum' 'mēnsis maius' 6.4.-dìena
delgu 'contineō'
2b1.-daly, dala,
coindelg
dal 'teneō' 2b2.- endelecew
* dḷghējō indulgeō 'contractus, 3a2.-tulge 'firmē' tulgus 'firmus'
dalhen 'tentus' 'permaneō, ēdūrō'
comparātiō'
2b3.-delgim; dalc'h
'possessiō'
glukus; deukos
* dḷkus dulcis 'mustum'
4.8-du-ru-ku

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dīrghá
3a1.-lang dolicos;
longo- (nōmen laggs; tulgus 5.3.-dar∂ga dlъgъ
* dḷḷnghos longus; indulgeō ? 3a2.-lang, lang; endelechs
hominis) 'firmus' 5.4.-drang 6.3.-ilgas
tulge, tylg 'firmē' 'continuus'
5.5.-daluki-
* dḷḷnghotā 3a2.-lengðu, length dīrghatā dlъgota

3a3.-topt, toft,
* dṃpedom dapedon 'solum'
tomp <*tumf(i)tō
* dṃpus 5.5.-dampu- tǫpъ, tupoj
2b1.-daear 'solum'
* dṃseghṛ ti-ezerk` 'mundus'
2b3.-douar 'terra'

jihvā, juhū́-
2b1.-tafawt/tafod zunga, Zunge jezykъ <*ję̄zɨ̄kъ
tenge 5.3.-hizvā-, hizū
* dṇghwā lingua<dingua fangvam 2b2.-tauot/tavas 3a2.-tunge tuggō 6.3.-lezúvis
2a3.-teanga h<z
2b3.-teod 3a3.-tunga (*legh)
5.4.-lezu (cont. *legh)

5.5.- dassuš (dat..ta-


* dṇsus densus dasus
aš-śu-u-i) 'robustus'
dōnec, arc. du-ci da 'et, sed'
zuo, zu
* dō dōnicum, do 2b1.-di <*dū du (coniunctiō)
3a2.-tō, to
dōnique, dōneque 2b2.-ðe <*dū 6.3.-do

zagel 'et pēnis' tahjan 'uellō'; tagl


* doklom dúal 'cirrus' daśā 'fimbria, limbus'
3a2.- tægl, tail 'singulum capillum'

<< dolājō
talg, Talg 'sebum' 5.4.-telam/em/um
* dolghos delt 2b3.-delt 'humidus' 3a2.-tallow 'pluō'; tel 'intensa
'id' pluuia'
* dōljom dōlium *dьly

zala 'computus'
3a2.-tæl 'id
* dolos dolus < gr. dolom, dolud <gr. talzian 'doceō' dolos
et fraus'; talk
3a2.-tāl 'fraus'

dum, , nōndum, da 'tunc'


agedum quidum, 6.3.-da-
duci 'et'
dummodo, zuo, zu du; du-ginnan (perfectīuum)
* dom do, du 'ad' 2b1.-di 'ad'
quandō, dumnē, 3a2.-tō 'incipere'
2b2.-ðe 'ad'
dumtaxat; dō-ni- 6.4.-da 'ad'
cum, dōnec da-iet 'inīre'

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2b1.-addef damayati, dāmyati
damnaim 'equōs temmen, zähmen
'confiteor' damaw, damazw, 5.5.-da-ma-
* dómāmi domō, domitus ligō'; fo·daimim 3a2.-temian, ga-tamjan
2b2.-ansav damnhmi aš-zi, ta-ma-aš-šir
'patior' tame
'confiteor' 'obligat,-uēre'

dádāti, dānam damь, datь; danъ


duass <*dovestã
* (dí)dōmi dō, dōnum didwmi, aor. edwka 5.4.-tam 'dōnum'
'dōnum'
5.5.-dahhi 'emō' 6.3.-dúomi 'id'

dámah, dámūnas
dam-liacc 'domus zimbar, Zimmer
ga-timan 5.3.-dami domъ
* domos domus, dominus lapidum'; aur-dam 3a2.-timbar domos; endon 'in'
'geziemen, adaptō' (loc.) 5.4.- 6.3.- nãmas
'prodomus' 3a3.-timbr
tam
<< dómūnā 6.2.-dom
* dómūnos dominus dámūnas
dōnum; dunum; dā́na- danь, darъ
* dōnom dán 2b1.- dawn dwron
dōnō duunated 'dōnāuit' 5.4.- tur 6.3.-duõnis
Dagodurnus ?
dorn <*durno-? 3a3.-tarra, terra
* dornom 1b1.-dwrn <*durno-? dwron 'palma'
'pugnus, manus' 'extendō'
2b3.-dorn
doulos; dai 'in dāsa 5.5.-
* dōsos bellō'
zah(h) 'pugna'
4.8.-do-e-ro
<< dōtis
branodunum,
zūn, Zaun 'uallum'
* dounom dún lug(u)dunum
3a2.-tún
2b1.-dín
zūsach; zirzūsōn,
zerzausen
* dousmos dūmus, dūmmus doss ? 'frutex'
'dispectō'; zūse
'caesariēs'
dóṣ- (doṣṇáḥ) 6.3.-paduse
doé (doat); duais 5.3.-daoš- 'manica'
* dóusontos
<*dousti- 5.6.-dōš 6.8.-pazduha
'umerus' 'id'
6.3.-dar(i)aũ,
* drājō draw darýti
6.4.-darit
<< drappos
<< drātis

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<< drātṓr

6.3.-dardéti 'crepō'
deirdrethar
dorda melissa 6.4.-dardet
* dṛdrājō 'clamat'; dordaid 2b1.-dwrd 'strepitus' dardurá-ḥ 'rāna, tibia'
(Hes) 'crepō'
'strepit'; dord 'str.'
6.5.- drdljati 'garriō'

zittarōm 'tremō';: drā́ti 'currit', int.


tremen 'oscillō'; apodidraskw, dáridrāti 'pauper est';
trame 'scāliculum' edran; drapeteuw drapayati 'fūgat'
* dremō (dídrāmi) 3a2.-trem, 'fugiō'; edrramon, drámati,
trym 'gradus' dedroma; dromos int.dandramyate;
'cursus'
3a3.-titra drávati
<didrā 'tremō' 5.3.-drāvaya-
drjápa-ju
drepw drāpí- 'uestis, toga'
trabe 'fimbria' 6.3.-drãpanos
drepanon 'falx' drapsá-
* drepō 1a2.-drappus Drippia, Drippōnius 3a3.-trof, trefr 'uest'
'titulus'
'id' dropax 6.4.-drãna
5.3.-drafša- 'insignia'
'drappus'
triogan, trügen;
Traum 'somnium' drúhyati 'machinat'
3a2.- 5.3.-družaiti
aur-ddrach
* dreughō bidriogan; dream 'mentītur'
'phasma'
'somnium' 5.6.-drauga-
3a3.-draugr 'mentītor'
'phant.'
6.3.-Drùv-intas
* drewā Druentia drávati 'currit'
6.5.-Dráva
trū(w)ēn, trauen;
6.3.-drutas 'firmus'
triuwi, treu 'frētus' triggws 'frētus'';
6.9.-druwīt
* drewō 3a2.- triggwa
'credō'
trewe, true 'indutiae'
druwis 'creditus'
3a3.-triggys, trūr

6.4.-drīsme 'fissura
* drismós drimus 'acerbus'
pellis'
2b1.-drysi
* dristos driss, dris-tenach 2b3.-dreis drios
'uepres'
* dṛkjai peri

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ad-con-darc 'uīdī'
zoraht 'ēuidens'
(ad-cu)
1b2.-terkantur 2b3.-derc'h 'uisus' 3a2.-torht gatarhjan
* dṛkjō derc 'oculus' derkomai paśyati/dadarśa
'uideant' erderc 'ēuidentis' 3a3.- 'agnōscō, consignō'
air-dirc
Torget/torghatten
'celeber'
<= dṛkō
derco (Marcellus)
derc <*derkos
2b1.-drych 'imagō' ks drakos (drakeos)
* dṛkos 'oculus'; drech dṛśa-
2b3.-dremm 'oculus'
<*dṛkā 'uultus'
<*derksmā 'uultus'
2b1.-drem 'uultus'
dergma, dergmos
* dṛksmos 2b3.-dremm <*-
'conspectus'
ksmā
* dṛktā an-dracht 'taeter' ALB.-dritë
<< dṛktis
<< dṛktis
drrati, drāyati/te
katadarqanw, dremlju dremati
* dṛmijō dormiō 5.4.-tartam
edraqon (Hom) 'obdormiscor'
'lentus'
* dṛnos 2b1.-2b2.-2b3.-darn dīrná-s
doulos; dai 'in dāsa 5.5.-
* dsā bellō'
zah(h) 'pugna'
4.8.-do-e-ro
zumpfo, zumpf(e);
5.3.-duma-
zapfen 'clauicula'
* dumbos dumna-? 'manus'
3a2.-
5.6.-dum, dumb
tæppa, tap, tip

zur-
tuz-; tuz-wērjan dus-/dur- dúṣyati dъždь, doždь
* dus dis-, difficilis do-, du- 3a2.-torbegīete dus-
'haesitāre' 5.3.-duš-, duž- *duz-djus 'pluuia'
'difficile emptū'
domme 'pauper' durāpa-
* dúsōpis cf. Inops
<dus-op-smyo- 'difficile adeptu'
* duswids duí durvidya-
dvḗṣṭi 'ōdit'
* dweimi dīrus deidw < dedFoia 5.3.-dvaēš-
5.5.-kuwaya- 'timeō'
dúvas- 'dōnum,
duenos, bonus, zouwan, tun
* dwenos taujan ? 'faciō' dunamai ? 'possum' gratia'; duvasyáti
bellus, beō 3a2.-do
'honorat'

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2b1.-ugain
* dwidkṃtói uigintii fiche 2b2.-ugens (e)eikosi < e(F)i 5.4.-k'san
2b3.-ugent
* dwipods bipēs (bipedis) dipous (dipodos) dvi-pád-
dvíḥ, duvíḥ
* dwīs bis, arc. duis zwir <gmc. *tuis
5.3.-biš
zwisk 'duplus' 5.4.-kic` 'contiguus,
* dwīskos
3a2.-twisk 'id' coniunctus'
zwēne
dvójni 'geminī'
* dwīsnōs bīnī 3a2.-twēne, twin
6.3.-dvynaĩ
3a3.-tvennr
<< dwoiros
* dwoplos duplus 5.4.-kul
<< dwóteros
2b1.-dou/deu/dau dъva
zwā, zwō ,zwei dváu, dvā́
* dwou, dwāu, dwou duo, duae dau, dó 2b2.-dow twai duw 6.3.-dù
3a2.twā, two 5.3.-dva
2b3.-dou/daou 6.4.-divi
<< ēchṛjos
attuh, attah jelь 6.3.-ẽgle
* edhlos ebulus odocos
3a2.-aduk 6.4.-egle

etar 3a2.- ostrimon ? odr; odrъ 'lectus';


* edhṛ
eodor 'et domus' 'stabulum' odrina 'stabulum'

adyā́, adyá <*e-


hodiē <gho +
* edjēw indiu <sind+dyēw heddyw <so+dyēw 5.5.-
dyēw; e-quidem
anisiwat
ci-ni estar 'quamuis
non edat' <edstro, edw, esqiw
atti 5.4.- jamь (*emь), 3.
utem *som+ ed (cf.
Fut. īss- (*i-ed-s-), (g)ezzam, essen <imperat. *esdhi; sg. jastъ (*estъ)
* edmi edō edum 'edere' 2b1.-ys 'est' itan ai. samatti, lat.
pf. dofūaid (*de- 3a2.-etan Hom fut.<sub.
cumedō) 6.3.-édu, édžiau,
u(p)o-od-e), Partiz. edomai ésti
5.5.-e-id-mi
esse <edtio

ѥдъва, edvá
'paene'
* edqis, edqid ecquis, ecquid ekkum 'idem' etwas 'ecquid'
6.3.-vosnevõs
'uix'
<< edqos, -qā, -qod

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5.4.-erkn
idu (idan), pl. idain 6.3.-úodas 'culex'
* edunā cūrae edāces fitan<f-itan? 'pariō' odunai 5.5.-idalu 'malus'
'dolores partūs' 6.4.-uôds 'id'
<edwḷ/ *edwn
ekorōdo 'solus,
* egējō egeō, egestās egmo 'rēs' (crhma) simplex' 3a2.-
ekla 'dēfectus'

igil, Igel ježь


* eghjos ecinos 5.4.-ozni
3a2.-igil, igl, īl 6.3.-ežỹs
5.4.-ezr 'limēs'; ti-
2b1.-daear 'solum'
* eghṛ ezerk`<*dṃs- 6.3.-ežẽ 'limēs'
2b3.-douar 'terra'
'mundus'
5.5.-ekumi 3ª pl.
nhfw<*ne eghw
akuwanzi
* ēghwṛ ēbrius sōbrius 'sōbrius sum'
(arm. nawt'i) *H1eghwmi
/H1ghwṇti
ognь
* egnis ignis agní-ḥ
6.3.-ugnìs
* egō egō ich 3a2.-iċ ik egw(n) ahám

* ei ei; sa-ei 'quālis' ei, eiqe i 'et, quoque'

Ant-aib, Burgund-
oifw, oifew;
* eibhō aib, Weter-eiba, yábhati jebú, jetí
oifolhs 'indecens'
Wingart-eiba ??
eigan; aigana, ī́śē, ī́ṣṭē (pf.<oikei)
*aigan <*óikonom
eigen 'proprius' 'possidet'; īśvará-
(aih, aigum,
* eikō 3a2.-āgan; 'patrimon.' īṣitar
praet.II aihta);
āgen, own 'p.tārius' 5.3.-
aigin 'proprietās'
<éikonos iše 'domīnat', išvan

éti, ímáh, yánti;


eituns (set) itūrī do·eth <*-itjo-;
ayate 5.5.-
(sunt) eitōnes do·feth 2b1.-wyf 'sum'; wyt
* eimi eō iddja 'iuī' eisi, imen, iasi iti 'it' 6.3.-eiti
1b2.-etu 'itō'; ēst <*do+upo+itjo- ? 'es'
5.6.-aitiy 'it'
'ibit' 'uenit'
6.5.-it 'i' <eidhi

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ieros 'firmus'; ios iṣṇā́ti, íṣyati 'ciet'
3a2.-oast 'sagitta' iṣirá- 'firmus'; íṣu-
TOK B.-aise
* eisā īra, irāscor 'festīnātiō' inaw 'uacuō'; 'sagittta'
'potentia'
3a3.-eisa 'adorior' oistos; oima 5.3-aēš (v),aēšma
'adortus'
(n)
<< eisāskai
5.3.-isu 'gelidus'
inej<íniyos 'pruina'
* eisom is 3a2.-is 3a3.-iss 5.4.-gesu 'gelidus',
6.3.-ynis
aexa 'frīgus'
eh- iz
* ek(sí) ex ess, ass, a 2b1.-a ek
1b2.-ehe 6.3.-iž
cf. anák- et 5.4.-
* eksoqs exsops 'caecus' exwpios
anač' 'sine oculīs'
* ekstar cf. instar ecqairw 'ōdī',
existamai ths filias
2b1.-eithr 'sed,
* éksteros exterus echtar 'foras'
praeter'
* ékstṃos extimus 2b1.-eithaf
* ektós extos 'sed' ektos
* ekwā equa açvā 6.3.-asvà
āśvīná 'equī iter
* ekwīnós equīnus
singulī dieī'
eposognatus,
epona áśvah
* ekwos equus ech 2b2.-2b2.-ebol 3a2.-eoh aíƕatundi 'ēruscus' ippos 5.3.-aspō
2b3.-ebeult 5.6.-asa
'equulus'
āla, Ahle 6.3.-ýla <got.
* ēlā 3a2.-āl, āel, eal, ā́rā 6.4.- ĩlens
awl <got.
(j)elenь, olénь
elafos (cf. lat.
2b1.-elain (fem.) 6.3.-élnis,élnias,
* elēn elit (fem.) <*elṇ-tī lamb ? 'agnus' columba, aesl. 5.4.-eɫn
<*elǝnī ellenis 6.4.-
iastrebъ), ellos
al^nis

* elkos ulcus, ulciscor elkos árśas- 'haemorroides'

lačǫ, alъčǫ, lakati


3a2.-ill ? 'malus'
elc 'malus'; olc 'famem habēre'
* elkós 3a3.-illr <*elhila?
'malus <wḷkwos 'malus' 6.3.-álkti 'id'
6.4.-al^kt '¡d'

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anguilla <*angu +
5.5.-illuy-ankas; ellu-
illa; illa skolhx āl, aal egcelus;
* ellus essar- 'ōrificium
(skwlhx) · 3a2.-ǽl, eel (B)ellerofonths
serpentis'
kleinhs
úlleis, ulas 'illius'
al; tall<to-al-nā, 2b1.-alarch
* elne elnā elnod ollus > ille 1b2.-ulo, ulu
anall 'ultra, ib, inde' 2b2.-elerhc
`illo, illuc'
iyarti, ī́rte 'moueō'
(intr.)
5.4.-elanim 'fiō';
iallw ; elaunw, elanem
* elóm
elato, etc 'scandō';eluzanem
'promō'
5.5.-halāi 'trūdō';
elaniya 'incessō'

SUIZ.-wīss-
elg,birch-ilge elea, alkuwn?
* elōr olor, alceedo elae <*elouio-
3a3.- 'auis quaedam'
alle,alfagel; alka
aruṇá-̣ 'ruber,
* elwos Helvii, Helvetii elo, elawēr 'flāuus' aureus'
5.3.-auruša 'albus'
5.5.-wemiya?
* emō emō 6.3.-imù
'inueniō'

imbi, Imme 'exāme.' empis (empidos)


* empis
3a2.-imbe 'id' 'culex'

essedon
en in anīka<eniokw 'uultus' on-; vu(n)-
* en in, arc. en in-; ingen, inigena <enisedom in en, eni, eni
1b2.-en 3a2.-in 5.4.-i 6.4.-ie-
2b1, b2, b3.-en
áhi-s 'serpens'
ofis 'serpens' 6.3.-angìs
* enchis anguis, anguil(l)a esc-ung 'anguila' 2b1.-euod 'uormes' 5.3.-azish
ecis 'uipera' 6.6.-waz
5.4.-iž
* endo endo, indu inne 'instestīna' endina
<< endósēdjom
<< enim
2b1.-wyneb 'id' enwph 'uisus, oc.'; ánīka-m 'faciēs,
* enīqā enech 'uultus'
2b3.-enep 'id' pl. en wpia 'frons' aciēs'

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instr. anḗna, anáyā
ienēr<onyo (e)keinos <ke-enos onъ
íním, inim jains < i + oinos 5.4-so-in
* enis enim 3a2.-geon 4.3.- 6.3.-añs, anàs
1b2.-ene, enem 'ille' 'īdem' 5.5.-
3a3.-enn, inn khnos<ke-enos 'ille'
an-ni-iš 'ille'
2b1.-hebrwng
<*s∂m+prō 'coeō'
2b2.-hebrenchiat bringan, brahta TOCH. B prank-, AB
* enkō prō briggan 'afferō'
'dux' 3a2.-bringan pränk- 'auferō'
2b3.--hambrouc
'dūcō'
inne <*en-njā inn(a) 'in';
* ennós inna, inni, inne 'in'
'interior pars' innuma.'intimus'
indnaide
* énsēdjom insidiae prě-sěda
'praestolātiō'
6.3.-salà; ãtsala
'meātus,
* enslā insula
meandrus'
6.4.-sala
* enstar instar cf. ecqairw 'ōdī',
existamai ths filias
2b1.-ithr untar, untan antar 5.3.- ątrь, нутро́,
anter undar < *ṇter
* énteri inter eter/eidir 2b2.-yntre 3a2.-under antar∂ 5.4.- внутрь; jątro
1b2.-anter, ander (cf. ṇdherós)
2b3.-entre, etre 3a3.-und 'sub' antar 'iecur'
* énternos internus ątrьńь
<< énterom
āntra- 'intestīna'
ǫtroba, ątroba,
* énteros interus entrai 3a3.-iðr enteron 'intestīna' 5.4.-∂nderk 'id'
утро́ба
5.5.-an-tū-ri-ias
<< énteros
inser 'uiscera
6.3.- istri 'renes'
edibilia'
* entós intus, intestiinus entos antastya- 'intestīna' 6.4.-
3a3.-īstr, īstra
ìekša 'intern.'
'id'
iar-n 'post' siar, apara- 'postea, ad
* éperom afar 'post' apo 'ab'
aniar 'ab/in occ.' occidentem'

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iar n-, iar m-
<epirom; Ía-daim
ob; operiō<op- 'claudō' (lat. obdō); api
3a2.-eofolsian iftuma, aftuma 5.3.-aipi; ape 'ad'
ueriō ; oportet éithech 'periurium' Ywerddon<epi- epi, epi 6.3.-ap-, api-; -pi
* epi up, ob 'ad' 'blasfemō'; 'ultimus'; ibdalja 5.4.-ev, ew 'et,
<op-uortet (cf. epiorkew); uerionos 'Hibernia' MYC-o-pi 'ad'
eofut, eofot'culpa' 'descensus' etiam' 5.5.-
(cf. obhi) Ériu<epiweriō; appa 'iterum'
éibheall<epi-bhel
'feruor'
* ḗpijos hpios 'propitius' āpí 'amīcus'

* épiromos iarum 'post eum' ALB.-i èpërm 'superior'


orobos erebinqos
* ercom eruum orbaind 'grānī' araweiz 'cicellus'
'cicer'

1b2.-erietu jarina 'lāna'


* erjos ariēs heirp, (h)earb erifos 5.4.-or-oj 'agnus, -a'
'arietem' 6.3.-(j)éras

(h)erciscō (h < 5.5.-ark (3ª s. arki, aršýti 'scindere'


ercatos fragmos
* erkō hērēs); pl. arkanzi, inf.
(Hes) <*H1orkeHi-
dissertiones arkuwanzi)
6.3.-rowa 'stagnus'
2b1.-araf 'segnis, ruowa, Ruhe erwh cessātiō' 5.3.-airime
* ermi 6.4.-rāwa
lenis' <eremos 3a2.-rōw 'quiēs' erwew 'cēdō' 'quiescens'
'id'
2b1.-araf 'segnis, armās , armaka
* ermos eremos 'desertus'
lenis' <eremos 'ruinae'
* ernos 3a3.-run(n)e 'rāmus' ernos 'rāmus' árṇa- 'fluctuōsus'
* erō orior ornumi ṛnóti
2b1.-eryr <*eriro-
aro <*h3érō, arn 5.5.-haran, hāras orьlъ <*orilo-
* éroros irar/iolar 2b2.-er ara 'aquila' ornis 'auis'
2b3.-erer
3a2.-earn 'aquila' 6.3.-erẽlis

erc 'caelum'; suairc árcati 'et laudat' TOK A yärk, В


* erqō
'pulcher' <*su-erkʷis 5.4.-erg 'cantus' yarke 'honorātiō'

ars 'cūlus' 5.4.-or


* ersā err orros
3a2.-ears 5.5.-arras
ars-bille 'clūnis'
* ersábhaljom e(a)rr(-ball) 'cauda'
3a2.ars-belli 'id'
árṣati 'fluit'; rṣabhá-
irre; rāsen 'festīnō' arshn/ershn
'taurus'
3a2.- aírzeis, aírziÞa 'homō' 6.3.-aršùs
* ersājō errō, rōrārii irasyáti 'rabit'
ræs 'cursus' 3a3.- 'error'; Rēs(mēr) erwe 'impulsus' 'impetuōsus'
arhs 'Mars' 5.5.-arsaniya-
rās 'cursus'
'inuideō'

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2b1.-erw 'campus', ero; erda
pl. erwi, erwydd 3a2.-earth era; eresi-metrh 5.4.-erkir (ad erkin
* erwā aírÞa <*ertā
2b2.-erw, ereu 3a3.-jǫrð; jǫrvi gewmetrian (Hes) 'caelum?)
2b3-eru/ero 'sulcus' <erwan- 'arēna'
súm, est, íst ásti, ábhut есть
bin, ist
* esmi sum, fuī estud sent am, is immi ist 'est' eimi, hmi; efu 5.4.-em 5.5.- 6.3.-esmì
3a2.-am, is, be
1b2.-est, sent esmi; as-/es- 6.4.-ęsmu
āste
* ēsmoi hmai
5.5.-e-es-zi

5.4.-išxan 'princeps'
* esos erus
5.5.-ishas

as(s)er,
ásrk, ásrt (asnáh) ̣
assarātum;
* ēsṛ ear, eiar, har 5.4.-ariun 6.4.-asins
sanguis < *asen-
5.5.-e-eš-ar (esanas)
gʷ- ?
* ēsús hus <*eH1su-?, eus 5.5.-assu- <*oH1su-?
1b2.-etro- 5.3.-atāra- 'hic e eterъ, jeterъ
* éteros cēterus ALB.-ját(e)re 'alius'
'secundus' duobus' 'quiscumque'

eti 'quoque, ultra'


ith- itwīz
etic 'et quoque' iÞ 'sed'; id-weit
* eti et; etiam 1b2.-et 3a2.-ed 'rursus'; eti ati 'ultra' 5.3.-aiti
2b1.-etmet 'insultus'
edwīt
'retunde'

<< etmṇ
athach 'halitus' ādhmōt, Atem
* etō ātman
<atāko? 3a2.-æðm, āthum.
ād(a)ra,, Ader 'id' htor, megalhtoros 5.4.-xvāqra
2b1.-permed-
* ētṛ inathar 'intestīna' 3a3.-æðr 4.3.- htron <*suātra? 'bonus
interedou ? 'ilia'
'uēna' 'pantica' animus'
âtar 'celer' THRAK.-Athrus, 6.3.-ãtrus
TOK A atär, В etär ?
* ētros 3a2.- ǣdre Ieterus, Iatrus 'uiolentus' 6.4.-
'flūmen Jantra' 'hērōs'
'promtus' atr 'celer'

úcyati; `ókas- učiti ` 'discō'


usurs 'uxōres' to-ucc- 'intellegō' ekhlos, eukhlos, 'domus' ukъ 'discipliina'
bí-ūhts <*unkto-
* eukō uxōr PELIGN.- ro-uicc, do- Pind. eukalos 5.4.-usanim 'discō, 6.3.-
'assuētus'
usur 'id' uicc 'attulit' <unk 'placidus' suescō'; amusin jùnkstu/nkti
'uxor' 'suescō'; ū́kis 'uilla'

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óṣtami, uṣṭáh;
* eusō ūrō 3a3.-ysia euw
uccháti 'luceō'
5.3.-aoqr∂m 'calceus'
5.4.-aganim 'induō' ob-uti, обуть
ind-uō, ex-uō, 1b2.-an-ouihimu fuan<upo-ownom ?
* ewō 5.4.-awd 'calceus' 'calceor' 6.3.-
sub-ūcula 'induitor' 'falda'
5.5.- aũti 'calceor'
unuwasha 'ornātus'

<< extrōd

gallus (uel 2b1.-gallw 'uocō' glagolati,


gall <ln 'fāma' 3a2.-ceallian, call gargara- ? Instrum.
* gálgaljō *kanlos?, got. 2b3.-galu.- glazw 'cantō' gologólitь; го́лос
(quoque cygnus) 'uocō' musicāle quodam
hana) 'uocātiō' <*galso- 'uox'
2b1.-gallu 'posse'
gal 'audacia' 2b2.-gallos golemъ 'magnus'
* galnos Gallī dí-gal 'potestās' galatai 6.3.-galiù,
'uindicātiō' 2b3.-gallout galéti 'posse'
'posse'
<< galnos

* gangō géoin, géim 'clamor' 3a2.-ge-canc 'irr.' gaggainein (Hes) gañja-ḥ 'irrissiō'

* gar gar 'enim' argi 'reapse'


carron 'stridere'
2b1.-gawr 'clamor', járatē 'tonat';
gáir(m) 'clāmor' 3a2.-
gair 'uerbum' ghrus 'uox'; ghruw gargara
* garsijō garriō, garrulus gáire 'risus' ceorran 'rumpō' 6.3.-gùrti ` 'clamō'
2b1,2,3-garm 'uocō, narrō' 'instrum.q.' (cf.
grith 'clamor' 3a3.-kurra
'clamor' golgol.)
'murmurō'
gaudeō ghqew, agan
gūaire <*gauryos 6.3.-džiaugiúos
* gaudhējō <gāwedhēyō 'nimis'; agauos
'nōbilis' <*gaudžiúos
gaudium 'nōbilis'
<< gaudhjom
mih, mich; dih, ge 'et equidem'; 5.5.-ammuk, tuk
* ge mik, þuk 'mē, tū' TOK.- k(e) (part.)
dich 'mē, tē' eme-ge etc. 'egō, tū'

5.4.-kc-u; kc-anem
gér 'acerbus' 6.3.-gìžti
* geigō 'pungō'
<gigrós 'acerbescō'
ALB.-gjize? 'caseus'

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chīnan, keimen;
6.3.-zẽiju, ziet;
chīmo 'propagō';
5.4.-cil, ciul, cel žýd(ži)u žydéti
* geimō kīl, Keil 'cuneus' (us)-keinan
'propagō' 6.4.-zie^du,
3a2.-
ziedet
cīnan; kīð 'catulus'

PRHYG.-gissa ?
* geisā kis, Kies 6.9.-žiẽzdros
'saxum'
jarṭú- 'uterus'
kilþei 'uterus'
3a2.cild, -child; jaṭháram 'pantica' glota 'turba,
* geltis in-kilþō
colt 'pullus' gaḍi-h, gali- familia' (neg.)
'praegnans'
ḥ 'pullus'
kalt 'frigidus';
kühlen
3a2.-calan 'frigeō' gelandron yucron chladъ `frigus'
* gelu gelū, gelō gelan 'pruinam' kalds 'frigidus'
cold 'frigidus'; chill (Hes.) <*gol-do-.
3a3.-
cala<goleiō 'id'
žьmǫ, žęti
3a2.-cumbol, 'comprimere'
gemō; gumia 1b2.-gomia, cumul 'tumor, gemw 'plēnus sum'; 5.4.-čmlem 6.3.-gùmulas
* gemō gemel 'uinculum' gefyn 'uinculum'
(deriu.) kumiaf 'grauidas' uulnus' gomos 'onus' 'comprimō' 'glomus' 6.4.-
3a3.-kumla 'premō' gùmstu, gùmt
'capiō'
jāmātar-
* gemros gener, genta gambros
5.3.-zāmātar-
<< genesājō
gustъ 'pinguis'
goggulos
6.3.-gùnga,
'rotundus' jiŋginī, jhiñjhikā
* gengā gingīua 3a3.-kokkr 'pila' gungulỹs 'pila'
goggros 'tumor 'planta quaedam'
apud oleas' žinginis 'calla
palust.'
sama-kunjans omo-gnios
* genjos genius 3a3.-chunni
'*aequisexis' 'coniugātus'

germen, gein <*genṇ


* genmṇ jániman-, jánman-
germānus (gene), dat. ge(i)nim

jánas zetъ
* genos genus -kunds genos
5.4.-cin 'natūra' 6.3.-zéntas

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1b2-natine 3a2.-(ge)cynd, zȅt 'gener'
* gentis gens, nātiō genesis 'genitus' jātí-ḥ
'natiōne' kind 'indolēs' 6.3.-gentìs 'familiāris'
geneqlon janítram 'locus n.'
* gentlom 2b3.-genel 'parere'
'progeniēs' 5.4.-cnawl 'parens'
janitár- ALB.-dhender
* gentṓr genitor genethr, genetwr
5.4.-cnaul *<-tlo- 'procus'
* gentrīks genitrīx geneteira jánitrī
* gentus genitus jantú- 'creātūra'
jā́ nu; prajñú 'proster.'
glún, glúin knio; kneo; knie gonu (gonatos) 5.3.-žnūm (ac.) TOK A.-kanwem
* genu genū, geniculum <*glūnos 3a2.-knee kniu <*gnewom procnu 5.4.-cunr <*gonu
B kenīne
<*gnūnos? 3a3.-knē 'prosternātus' 5.5.-gi-e-nu
5.6.-zānū
Genaua
2b1.-gwẽn 'subris.' gnaqos;
gi(u)n (geno)
gena, genuīnus 2b1.-gẽn, kinni, kinn genus 'mentum' hánu-ṣ 'maxilla' 6.3.-žándas
* genus 'bucca' gen kinnus
(dens) genau 2b2.- 3a2.-cinn, chin ganaw 'laetus 5.3.-zānu- 'maxilla'
'subrisus'
genau/ganow sum'

2b3.-guen 'gena'

ageirw<*H2geryō; gursti 'pugnus'


jarante
krammen 'rapiō, gurtati, gurnoti
gronqos 'pugnus', 'appropinquant',
capiō' 'scabō, fodiō'
cf. greig (grega) cf. 2b1-b2-b3.-gre agostos? 'manus'; gaṇá- <*gṛno- 'grex'
* gercō cf. grex, gremium 3a2.-krimman gramada 'molēs'
'grex equōrum' 'id' agora, agurma, grama 'pagus'
'id'; crammian 6.3.-gurgulys
'accumulāre' agurmos, TOK B.-akart(t)e
'crēbritās' ;
'congregātiō', 'prope'
grumulas 'grumus'
krāgo ''hamus' sъgrъčiti se
guṇá-ḥ ' 'fiilum' <*rrn
3a2.-crōk, gurgaqos 'gerrae 'contrahī' -k
* gergō gárta-ḥ
crook, crinkle 'id'; corbis' 6.3.-grežiù,
'sella currūs'
creek 'meandrum" grẽžti <**grenžiō
járate, caus.jā-gar-ti
3a3.-karskr, kerskr
* gerjō egeirw 5.3.- ALB.-ngrē
'uiuidus, uiridis'
jagārayant°m p.pr
<< gerlós
járati , jī́ryati; járant-
5.3.-
karal, Kerl 'homō'
ghraw, gerwn zarta 'aetātis
3a2.-ceorl,
* gerō 'sēnēx'; graus dēbilitās'; zrvan-, zьreti 'mātūrō'
churl 3a3.-
'anus' zrūn- ? 'tempus'
karl 'h. mātūrus'
5.4.-cer
'sēnēx'

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kerren/ehren
'uerrō'
2b1.-gyrr 'pecu 3a2.-cierran
* gersā gerra gerron 'uirga, pēnis' 5.4.-car 'arbos, -stus'
agere' 'uertō'
3a3.-kjarr
'arbustus'
<< gerwós
3a3.-kos
5.4.-acem 5.5.-
* gesō gerō, gestus 'congeriēs'
kis- 'fiō'
kasta 'iaciō'
jválati 'ardet', jvālá-, зола́ 'cinis'
kol, Kohle 'carbō'
* geulom gúal 'carbō' jvālā 'taeda, lūmen' TOK B.-B śoliye
3a2.-col, coal 'id'
5.4.-hur, krak 'ignis' 'furnus'

<< geustis
govorъ 'strepitus';
gikewen 'nominō' govoriti 'strepō'
goaw 'lāmentor';
* gewō gāuia? 3a2.-cīegan gavatē 'resonat' >'loquor'
goos 'lāmentum'
'uocō' 6.3.-gaudùs
'maestus'
hafiar 'habeatur'
giban 'dō'; gabei
hipid 'habuit'
2b1.-gafael 'retineō' geban 'dō' <kómopyom 'opes' habáć 'emere'
hipust 'habuerit' gábhasti-ḥ 'manus,
* gh∂bhējō habeō gabim 'prehendō' 2b2.-havel <*kom + ep ? Cf. gabeigs gobьzь 'profusus'
2b2.-pre-habia, braccium'
2b3.-kavout Lat. coēpī 'opulentus' <* 6.6.-gabać 'id'
prehubia
kom+ep?
'praebeat'
Gabalus 'patib' gibil 'hastiāle',
1a1.-gabalus
* ghabhlom gabul 'furca, patib.' 2b1.-gafl 'fork' gabala 'furca' gabasti- 'pīlum'
'pīlum'
2b3.-gaol 3a2.-geafel, gafol
Gabro-magus
2b1.-gafr
1b2.-habina gabor 2a3.-
* ghabhros 2b2.-gauar/gaver
'agnas' gabhar
2b3.-
gaor/gavr
* ghaidīnós haedīnus geizzīn 'haedulus' gaitein 'haedulus'
geiz/geizīn -'īnus'
gaits;
3a2.-
* ghaidos haedus, haedīnus gaitein
gāt/gæten
'haedulus'
3a3.-gēt

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6.3.-gaištù, -aũ,
* ghaisējō haereō gaĩšti haesitō;
gaišìnti 'deleō'
2b1.-gwaew gwayw
gae 2b2.- gaisos
* ghaisom 3a3.-geirr 'hasta'
2a3.-gaoi hochwuyu 'uen' caios 'hamus'
2b3.-guugoiuou

2b1.-gwayw gēr, geisila,


gaé; gāide hḗṣas- 'missiile';
=ir.foga Geissel 6.3.-žeidžiù,
'gaesātus'; gāetas hinṓti 'disparō'
* ghaisom gaesum; gaesātī 2b2;-gew 3a2.-gār, caios žeidžiaũ, žeĩsti
`qui occidit' 5.3.-
2b3.-guugoiuou 3a3;-geirr, 'feriō'
<ghoizd- zaēna- 'arma'
dtpl. geisl
* ghaitā gaīset <*ghait-s- caith 'antiae cap.' 5.3.-gaēsa 'crispus c.'

zolok 'uulnus'
galle 'uitium in
2b1, b2.-galar 5.5.- kal-la-ar (kallar) nazóla 'cuura'
* ghálerom galar 'aegrotās' equō, saxō' etc.
`luctus, planctus'; 'malus' <*kal?? 6.3.-žalà
lat.<galla?
'damnum'

canos; cainw,
* ghanos 3a3.-gan kechna; acanhs
'patulus' (a copul.)
gans 3a2.- gosi
* ghansōr (h)anser géis(s) 'cygnus' chn hamsáh
gōs, goose 6.3.-žasìs
gartia <*gherdh ?
hostatu, anostatu gat 'sarpmentum';
* ghastā hasta cf. жердь gazds 'cuspis'
'(in)hastātōs' tris-gataim 'perforō'
3a2.-yard <gherdh?
hávate, hváyati;
zovǫ, zъvati
puru-hūtá-ḥ' 'Indra'
gutuater <**ghutu- got, Gott 'id' 6.3.-žavéti
guþ 'deus' pl. guda kaucaoumai 5.3.-zavaiti,
* ghawō guth <*ghutu-s 'uox' pǝtēr 'flāmen 3a2.-god, 'incantāre'
<*ghutóm 'glorior' zbayeiti, zaozaomi
quīdam' godfæðer 6.4.-zavēt
5.4.-
'malēdīcit'
jaunem 'consecrō'
2b1.-geu, gau 'fals.'
gáu, gáo, gó geaowc/euog
* ghawōd haud 'falsus' gu-forcell 'culpb.' 2b2.-
'f. testis' gou 2b3.-
gaou

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gibil Giebel
'timpanum'
* ghebhlā gebel 'craneum' gibla 'pinaculum' kefalh TOK A.-śpāl
3a2.-gafl
'cuspis'
3a2.-geat 'id' hadati, hadate
cezw; codanos
* ghedō 3a3.-gat 5.3.-zaðah-
'cūlus, podex'
'ōrificium' 'cūlus'
git, Geiz 'auaritia'
gīten grdhyati 'auet' žido, žьdati
gell 'pignus'
* gheidhō 'aueō' 5.3.-. grða- 'exspectō'
gellaid 'pollicētur'
3a2.-gītsian 'iussus' 6.3.-geidžiù geĩsti'
'iubeō'
gha, ha (particula
ghei-ke ghāi-ke ghod- 1b2.--hont; era- 2b1.-a(g) 'cum' < ou-, mh-/h-, nai- ne jedinъ že 'ne
* hic post negātiōnem); hi
ke hunt 'eādem' *ad-ghe ci 'nōn, sīc' unus quidem'; -zi
'sīc'
hḗman 'hieme'
zima
* gheimṛ hibernus ceima 5.4.-jmeṙn 5.5.-
6.3.-žima
gimmanza
* gheimrīnós hibernus ceimerinos 5.4.-jmeṙn 'hiems'
geifen, /ben, /pen
* gheipō hippitō 3a2.-ji/
gibe 'nugō'
Congeistlus gīsal, gisel, Geisel
2b1.-gwystl 3a2.-
* gheislos gíall Gisla-mundus
2b2.-guistel gīsl 3a3.-
2b3.-goestl 'cautiō' gísl

chrabьrъ
gelpfen, gelfen pra-galbhá-ḥ
* ghelbō 'bellicōsus'
3a2.-gielpan 'animōsus'
6.3.-gul̃binti
gellan, -en 'clamō';
nahti-gala pra-galbhá-ḥ
* ghelijō gōljan 'saluutō' celidwn 'hirundō' galitь-sja 'insultō'
3a2.-giellan, 'animōsus'
yell
želḗti 'sūgō'
3a3,.gjɔlnar, gäl
* ghelnom ceilos, cellos 5,4.-jeɫun 'palatum' 6.4.-zele^t 'sūgō
'labia'
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halá- 'arātrum'
2b1.- gylym, geleu, gielde 'nullum 5.4.- jlem
gallos 'sacerdōs 6.3.-žúolis
* ghelō gely 'culter' lacte dans'; galza gilþa 'falx' 'arō'; jol 'pālus'
cybelis' 'truncus, lignum'
<*ghelmo 'porcus castrātus' 5.5.-iskalla
'abscindō'
* ghelus celus, celwnh želū, želъvь
(h)olus, arc. cloh 'iuuenis
* ghelwos zelije
helus, helusa herba'
hári-, hárita- 'flāuus'; zelenъ 'uiridis';
clwros, clous; híraṇya- 'aurum'; híri- zlakъ <*gholko-
gel 'lucidus, albus'; gelo 'flāuus'
* ghelwos heluos; fuluos ? clo(F)eros 'et <ghḷH-i-'aureus' 'frons -ndis'
gealach 'lūna' 3a2.-geolu 'id'
florulentus' 5.3.-zari-,zairita- 'id'; 6.3.-žãlias
zaranya- 'aurum' 6.4.-zal's
jáhāti 'cēdit; desinit'
gēn kicanw inf. hom
hāna-m
3a2.-gān 'eō' kichmenai, p.pr.
* ghēmi geen (Krimgot.) 'profectus'
kiceis; anacazw
'repell.'; calaw 'cēdō' 5.3.-zazāmi
3a3.-gā,
'linquō'
Cingeto-rīx
cingim; geggen, gehen; jámhas- 'gradus,
2b1.- gaggan, gaggida
céimm gang 'gradus' planctus'; jáŋghā
hy-gyngu; cam gagg 6.3.-žengiù,
<*kenksmen 3a2.- 'tibia'; jaghána-
* ghenghō 'gradus' 'gradus' kocwnh 'inguen' žeñgti;
'gradus' gongang, go 'inguen'
2b2.-cam 'id' framgāhts žiñgsnis 'gradus'
cing 3a3.-ganga; 5.3.-
2b3.- 'progressus'
(cinged) 'milees' gangr zangam 'tibia'
camm 'id'

* ghēr (h)ēr (ēris) chr (Hes.)


grhá- 'domus'
gordъ 'urbs'
bigaírdan 'cingere' 5.3.-g∂r∂ða-
gurten 'id' korqis swros 6.3.-gar̃das
* gherdhō gards 'cauerna domestica'
3a2.-gyrdan 'id' (Hes.) 'ouīle'
'domus' 5.5.-
žárdas 'area'
gurtas 'oppidum'
kegcros 'sorgum, goróchъ 'cicer,
milium'; kacrus siliqua'
* gherghros furfur <*for-for 'tostum hordeum'; gharṣati 'terit'
6.3.-gurùs `
ceras, cermas
'glarea, detriitus' 'friābilis'; gùrti 'friō'

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herest 'uolet'
gerōn 'iubeō'; gern
heriam 'arbitrium,
'libenter; gierig cairw 'gaudeō';
potestātem', gor 'pius'; goire faíhu-gaírns
* gherijai horior, hortor 'coditiōsus' caris 'gratia'; hary 'gaudeō'
Herentateís 'piētās' 'coditiōsus'
3a2.-giernan, ca rmh 'pugna'
`Veneris'
yearn 'desiderō'
1b2.-heriest 'id'
* gherō cohors kicrhmi, craw hárati 'emō, ferō'
* ghertom gert <*-tā 'lacte' ghṛtá-m
hrasvá; hrasati
gair, garait >goirid; го́ре 'maeror'
ceirwn, cereiwn 'dētrah'
* gherús gerraim 'scindō'; ALB.- gerrān
'peius'; crew 'egeō' 5.3.-zarahehīš
gaire 'uitae breuitās' 'castrātus equus'
'minima'
ceir (ceiros) 5.4.-jern
* ghēsṛ TOK.-A tsar B šar
ALB.- dorë 5.5.-kessar
* ghesris ceiris kisri- 'glomus'?
hástah
ocuis, ocus, agus ? agostos ? 'palma'; 6.3.-pa-žastìs
* ghestos praestō ? 5.3.-zastō 5.6.-
'et' <*ad ghosti- ? ceir < ghēs∂r 'axilla'
dasta
<< ghētis
2b1.-haeddel
* ghetlā ecetlh
2b3.-haezl/heal
3a3.-gyger 'raptor'; gu/gū́hati 'abscondit'
6.3.-gū̃žti 'protegō
* gheughō gyg 'subterran. 5.3.-
gùže m.=ger. gyg
deus' guzaēta, 'id'
ghṓṣati 'proclamat'
5.3.-gaoš-
* gheusō heus
'audiō' 5.5.-
kusduwai 'calumniō'

<< gheutis
* gheutlom FAL.-huti[c]ilom cutlon hotrá- 'hostia'
* ghéwejā fouea ceia 'latebra'
6.3.-gomurỹs
gawi, Gau 'id';
gawi ` 'territorium' caos; caunos, 'Gaumen'
* ghewos goumo, Gaumen 5.4.-gavar 'territorium'
(cf. cwra) cauli- 'patens' 6.4.-
'palatum'
gāmurs 'larynx'
nec (negōtium, ou-, mh-/h-, nai- -zi (part. post
* ghi hí
haudōt., negāre) ci 'nōn, sīc' pronōmen)
<< ghighējō

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girren, grollen
grētan ? salutor > gharghara-ḥ,
* ghirrijō hirriō 3a2.- gъrkati `
grüssen, greet ghurghura-ḥ
gierran
eehianasúm
gīēn, gähnen zejo, zino, zjati
'ēmittendārum'
* ghjājō hiō, hiāscō 3a2.-giwian, cainw, caskw 6.3.-žió-ju, -ti
1b2.-ehiato
giowian 'poscō' 6.4.-. žãvaties
'ēmissōs'
Giamillus, Giamon
2b1.-
ciwn 'nix' 5.4.-jiun, jiwn 'nix'
* ghjems hiems gaim-red, gem-rad gaem/gaeaf
ceimwn 'hiems' <*ghiōmṃ
2b2.-goyf
2b3.-goañv
6.3.-žalga(s)
galgo, Galgen
* ghlaghos galga 'pālus, crux' 5.4.-jak 'rāmus' 'hasta'
3a3.-galgi
6.4.-žalga 'uirga'
glastum (n. plantae)
glass 'uiridis,
* ghlastos 2b1.-glas 'caer,vir.' glast 'splendōr'
caeruleus'
2b3.-glas
<< ghlēiwos
gluoen, glühen;
glastum 'Isatis zelenъ 'uiridis';
gold 'aurum'; galla,
tinctoria' hári-, hárita- 'flāuus' golubój 'caerul.';
fel; (h)olus, folus gel 'lucidus, albus'; Galle 'fel'; gelo
2b1, b2, b3.-glan colos; colh 'fel, híraṇya- zlato 'aurum';
(arc. helus(a)) gealach 'lūna' (Gelwes) 'giluus'
'mundus' īra' clwros 'aurum' žlъtъ'fel''
fuluus?, heluus glain 3a2.-gold;
* ghlēmi 2b1.-gell 'giluus'; gulþ 'aurum' 'flaauus' 5.3.-zari-,zairita- 'id'; 6.3.-gel̃tas
1a1.- 'uitrum' gealla, geolo,
glas 'uiridis'; glain THRAK.-zhlta zaranya-, 'flāuus'; želiù,
giluus, galbus, glass 'uiridis; gloom; gleam, 'aurum'?
'gemma' 'aurum' žéliau, žélti, 'uireō';
galbinus caeruleus' glas; glare
2b3.-gell <*ghel-no 5.6;-zāra- 'fel' tulžìs 'fel'; žal̃vas,
3a3.-glana;
'spadix, balanus' žel̃vas 'heluus'
goll; gall 'fel'
glanz 'uisus'; gladeti, глядеть
·fo·gleinn .
glänzen 'speciō' 6.3.-glendi
* ghlendhō inglennat 'uestigant' 2b1.-dichlyn
3a2.- 'quaere', glenst
atgleinn 'dēmonstrat'
glenten 'id' 'quaerere'
·a2.-glēo, glee 'id'
6.3.-gláudoti
* ghleumi 3a3.-gly cleuh 'nuga'
6.4.-glauda^t
'gaudium'
glizzan, gleissen glitmunjan clidh; clidaw
* ghloidos
3a2.-glītan 'splendeō' 'blandus esse'
glumen 'iubilō'
* ghloumos 3a3.-glaumr glamiti se 'nugor'
'iubilum'

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<< ghḷtnós
híranyam zlato>zóloto
* ghḷtom gold gulth
5.3.-zaranim 6.4.-zelts
glosen, glosten
2b1.-glo 'carbō'
gluss <*ghlustu- 'luceō' ; klug cloos, clous
2b2.-glow 'id' glaggwō 'certō,
* ghlustis 'clāritās'; gluair 'clārus' 'giluus'; cloh
2b3.- profectō'
(*ghleuri-) 'clārus'; 3a2.-glower 'micō'; 'iuuenis herba'
glaou 'id'
glōwan `fulminare'

* ghṇdhus 3a1, a2.-gund 'pus' gund 'tumor' kanqalh 'tumor' gadu ? Tonsillae

gataim 'rapiō'; ro-


2b1.-gann, genni
* ghṇdō pre-hendō geinn 'locum habet' candanw 'capiō'
ghṇdhn- 'arceor'
gnošati, gnušati
gnauwen 'grunniō' cnauw 'fricō'; 'repellō' ;
cnauma 'gracilitās'
3a2-gnēaþ gnusьnъ
* ghneumi cnauros 'gracilis'
'auarus' 'repellens'
cnoos
3a3.-g-nūa 'tergō' 'spūma' 6.3.-gniū̃sai
'bestiolae'
<< ghodos
gāel, gaol zelo 'ualdē'
geil
* ghoilos 'familiāritās', gailjan 'beō' 6.3.-gailas
3a2.-gāl
amicitia 'imptōsu.'

kalo, ka(h)l 'caluus' 5.4.-glux (glxoy) golova, голова́ 'cp'


* gholwā
3a2.-callow 'id' <*ghōlu-ko- 'caput' 6.3.-galvà 'caput'

* ghórdejom hordeum gersta kri, kriqh 5.4.-gari


gṛhá- <ghṛdho-
gart 'circulus' gards 'domus' korqis swros
'domus' 5.5.- gradъ 'oppidum'
* ghordhos 3a2.-gard bigairdan (Hes) ALB.-
gurtas 'oppidum' <-to- 6.3.-gar̃das
'fundus' 'cingō' garth
?
<< ghorḗjai
<< ghornim

hīra, hillae haru- garn 'filum' <*ghornā híra-ḥ 'uitta'; hirā́


* ghoros cordh 6.3.-žarnà
spex; hernia 3a3.-gorn (p. garnar) 'uēna'

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hárṣatē, hŕṣyati
cersos 'continens' 5.3.-
horreō, hircus, hirpus 'lupus' garb 'raucus' 3a2.-gorst 'herba
* ghorsējō 2b1.-garw chr 'ēr(icius)' zaršayamna-
hispidus SAB.-fircus <gh∂rwos quaedam'
coiros 'porcellus' 'explumans'
5.4.-jar 'iuba'
garth 'claustrum' 5.5.-gurtas 'oppidum'
* ghortos hortus, cohors gort 'ager' cortos 'atrium'
2b3.-garz 'saeptum' <-dho-?

jagdhi 'esca'; ághas


* ghosóm hostia, hostīre (2, 3s.) 6.4.-gōste 'daps'
5.3.-gah-
* ghóstipots hospēs gospodь<-ostьpot-
gast
* ghostis hostis 3a2.-giest gasts gostь
3a3.-gastr
gōrag 'miser' qaurjan 'offendere'
* ghouros 3a2.-gyrn gaurs ghōrá-ḥ žuryty 'piget'
'tristitia' 'afflictus'

1b2.-fons
goumen 'id' govejo, goveti
* ghowējō faueō ? <*bhuH ? 'fauens', foner gaumjan 'obseruō
3a2.-gīeman 'iēiūnō, honorō'
'fauentēs' <*bhuH?
grędǫ, gręsti
do·greinn gritten; gritt
* ghradjai gradior griÞs 'gradus' 'ueniō'
'persequor' 'gradus' 6.3.-gridi-ju 'eō'
<< ghrāsmṇ
gras, Gras; Grün
3a2.-gras;
graw 'uorō' grāsa 'bucella,
grōwan, grow
* ghrāsom grāmen <grasmen gras gasthr <grasthr morsum';
'uiridēscō, crēscō'; 'uenter' grásatē 'uorat'
græne, green
'uiridis'
graban pogrebo, pogreti
* ghrebhō 3a2.-grafan graban 6.3.- grebju,
3a3.-grafa grebt 'fodiō'
gladъ,го́лод
grātag 'auidus'
*grēdu-s; *grēdōn; ALB.-gɛrdɛs gṛ́dhyati 'desiderō'; 6.3.-gardù
* ghrēdhus 3a2.-Greed,
grēdag-s '-elicus' 'uenātor mulierum' gardha- 'desiderium' 'succulentus'
grǟdig 'id'
6.4.-gar^ds 'id'

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grabh-, grab-, grebǫ, greti 'rapiō,
gṛbhnā́ti rēmō' <*ghrebh
grīfan
* ghreibhō greipan 5.3.-grab 6.3.-griebiù,
3a2.-grapian griẽbti 6.4.-
5.5.-karp 'emō,
gribet 'uolō'
terminō'
grēme 'sordēs'
6.3.-graĩmas 'flōs
* ghreim∂n 3a2, 3a3.-grīma crima, crisma
lactis'
'persona'
chrosths; chra
'uidua'; catew/izw
geisini 'egestās' 'careō'; chros
gaidw 'egestās'
* ghṛējō hērēs 3a2.-gād, gæd 'uacuus'; cwris
<*ghi-tuó
'id" 'sine'; cwrew
'cēdō'; cwros/a
'terra'
gremétь 'tonāre'
gremmen 'saeuiō'
6.3.-
Gram
* ghremō gramjan 'irāscor' cremizw, -metizw; 5.3.-gram- 'saeuitia' grumiù/éti ''tn.'
'maestitia'
6.4.-
grimm 'horrendus'
gremju 'murm.'
grintil 'tignus' gręda 'lectus'
grunda,
* ghrendhā 3a2.-grindel 6.3.-grindìs
suggrunda
'id' 'tignum'
grennos 'barba' granь 'limes'
grana,'mystax'
grenn 'barba' 2b1.-grann granōs (acc. pl.)
* ghrendhos 3a2.-granu 'id' gránka
<*ghrendhno- 'palpebra' 'crīnes'
<*ghronā 'arbuscula'
2b3.- grann 'cilium'

grunt, Grund
3a2.-grind(an) crainw 'terō'
6.3.-gréndu, gresti
* ghrendō frendō 'molō' grund grundu 'terra' crondos
'terō'
3a3.-grotti 'grānum'
'mola'

2b1.-gro, 'glarea' egcrauw 'quatiō';


2b2.- grien 'glarea' acrahs 'intactus'
* ghrewō grow 'id' 3a3.-grjōn crws 'cutis'
2b3.- 'grāna'
crw(i)zw 'tangō'
grouanenn 'id'

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grúchnutь śa
'strepitosē cadere'
ecraon 'succedit'
6.3.-griuvaũ
* ghrewō ingruō, congruō, (Hom);
zacrhhs 'repens' griū́ti 'gruō'
6.4.-gŕaut
'fconterō'
cromos 'strepitus"
* ghromos Gram 'maestitia' 5.3.-gram- 'saeuitia' gromъ 'tonitrus'
(Hes.)
Granne 'arista' granь <*ghronis
* ghronos 3a3.-grån, grǫn cronos 'tempus'
'fīnis''
'picea, abiēs' (= acus)
* ghroudos grúad 'maxilla' 2b1, b3.-grud(d) 'id' 3a2.-grēada 'tetae'
<< ghrowā
garth 'mons' grāt 'cacumen' carmh; caria 6.6.-grot
* gh∂rtā
(secus hortus) <*ghrētis bounos 'mons' (Hes) 6.7.-hrot
6.3.-žūvù,
3a2.-(ā-)gíetan
* ghudjō gúass 'periculum' 2b1.-gwst 'morbum' žū́ti 'morior', fac.-
'feriō, interficiō'
daũ/ýti

* ghundō fundō, fūtis, futtilis giutan cew (eceua), cudhn juhoti

<< ghwerā
zvěrína
* ghwērīnós ferīnus
6.3.-žverienà
zverь; zverína
qhr <*ghwērs TOK B śer- 'uēnor' A
* ghwērós ferus, fera, ferīna 6.3.-
4.2.-fhr śaru B śerwe '-ātor'
žverìs;žverienà
wa(f)fen 'arma'
gobae <*-bhṇts dat. pl. gobedbi 6.3.-Gabe, Gube
* ghwobhros faber 3a2.-wæpen
(gobann <*-ntsnos) 2b1.-gof, pl. gofein 'ignis' <*-bhyā
'id' <*-ēbhno-
gibba, gibbus, 3a3.-keiv geibstù, geĩbti
* gibbā
gibber 'perperus' 'clinor, decadō'
ro·genar 'nātus
sum', ·gainethar < knōt, knuot 'id' gignomai 'ēueniō'; jánati 'prodūcit';
2b1.-geni 'nascor' knōÞs 'generus',
* gignō gignō, nāscor *gṇH1yetor 3a2.-cennan gnhtos 'nātus'; jā́ yate .'nascitur' <
2b3.-genel 'pariō' sexus'
‘nascitur’; gein 'gignō' gnwtos 'familiāris' *ǵṇH1yetoi
'nascentia'
<< gigrós
kiuwan, kauen žьvo, žьvati
* gjewō 3a2.-cēowan, 5.6.-jāvīdan 6.3.-
chew žiáunos 'maxilla'

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glaciēs <glagyēs
* gl∂gjēs (propter 3a3.-klaki
aciēm)
2b1.-gilb
'foratorium' gilbin
glafw; želobítь
1a1.-gulbia 'acumine'
gulban <*gulbīno- glafu 'cauitās' globà 'piipa'
* glabhō 'scalprum, 2b2.-geluin
'cuspis, rostrum' globokъ
runcīna' 'rostrum' glafuros 'cauus' 'profundus'
2b3-golbina
'rostrata'
gladъ-kъ
glat, glatt
6.3.-glodùs, -nas
* gladhros glaber 3a2.-glœd 'alacer'
6.4-glãstît
3a3.-glaðr
'mulceō'
garhā 'punitiō' ;
glām `clamōr, klaga, Klage
glazw 'canō' gárhati/te
* glaghā́ murmurātiō'' < 'protestātiō':
<*glagyō 5.3.-grzaiti
*glagh-smā klagōn (actus)
5.6.-gila
jálāsa 'sīōlācium'
gala (galactos);
* glakti lac (lactis) 5.4.-kat'n
glaktofagos
5.5.-galaktar 'id'
3a3.-kløkkva BUL glézъ 'molliō'
* glegos 'molliō' 3a6.- jálāsa 'sōlācium' 6.3.-
klinker 'tener' glẽžnas 'tener'
klebēn
* gleibhō u-glьbl'o (eff.)
3a2.-clifian

glīs (glīris);
* gleis galeh >lat. galea girí-ḥ, girikā
galērus<*graec.

* glēkis glic(c) 'sapiens' klug


klamben
'agglutinō' ;
Klumpen POL;-glab, TCEK.-
* glembhō glomus, globus
'agglom..' hloub 'truncus'
3a2.-
clamb(er)'scalō'
klioban 'scindere'
* gleubhō glūbō glufw
3a2.-clēofan

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2b1.-glynaf klenan, chlinu glia, glinh; glej glekъ 'lutus'


glūs, glūten, glis,
glenim <*gli-nā-mi 'adhaer.' 3a2.- gloios 'adhaesīuus' 6.3.-
* glínāmi -tis, glittūs,
'adhaereō' 2b3.-glenaff; geot clæg,clay 'arg' glicomai gliejù, gliẽti 'linō';
glūtinō 'desiderō'
'grāmen' < *gel-tā 3a3.-klina 'linō' glitis 'muccus'

Kalb 'uitulus'; 6.3.-glébiu, glébti


globus, Galba,
klāftra 'braccia' 'amplector'
* globhos galbeus, glēba, kalbō 'uitulus'
3a2.- SERB.-zglòbiti
glēbō
calf 'sūra et uitulus' 'adaptō'

3a3.-kleggi glocis; glossa


* glōghis glogъ 'spīna'
'frēnum' 'lingua'
3a2.-clāte 'lappa'; 6.4.-glī̀̀de^t
* gloidos glóed 'glūten'
clite 'lutum' 'glutinōsus fierī'

3a2.- clǣg, clay *glěvъ; glej 'lutum'


* gloijós gloios
3a3.-klæg 'lutum' 6.4.-glievs

glūs, -tis, glūten, - glitton gloion glytẽ 'muccus';


* gloitṇ
inis, glittūs 'glūtinōsus'. (Hes.) glitùs 'glūtinōsus'.
klъcati 'battuō'
klukken
* glokijō glociō 6.3.-
3a2.-cloccian
klukšéti
klimmen 'stringō'
6.3.-glomóju -ti
3a2.-
* glomos glomus glomar 'frēnum' glamwn 'glamōsus' 'amplector'
climman, climb
glẽmės 'lutum'
'scālō'
zolva
* glōs glōs galws 5.4.-tal
6.5.-zäova
* glujō glūtiō, ingluuiēs glotátь; glot(ók)
nascor, ignāuus, 2b1.-adian 'prolēs' jā-s 'ingenuus (ad),
* gnājō gníu <*gnēyō 'faciō'
(im)praegnō <*ati·gnā et prōlēs (nom)'
knhn (3. sg. knh),
* gnāmi cnáim nuoen, nöejen
knhqw
2b1.-adian 'prolēs' jā-s 'ingenuus (ad),
* gnās
<*ati·gnā et prōlēs (nom)'
<< gnāskai
aicned <*ad- Cintu-gnātus 3a2.- heofon-kund
nātus, cognātus, PAEL.-pälign. jātá-ḥ 5.3.- 6.3.- žéntas
* gnātós genǝ/gene-to- 'primogenitus'; '*caeligenus'; -cund -kunds 'oriundus' kasignhtos 'frāter'
(-)genitus cnatois 'nātīs' zāta- <*genǝ-to- 'gener'
'nātūra' gnātha, geneta 'filia' 3a3.-kundr 'filius'
<< gnebhis

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kneifen 'fricō'
2b1.-cnaif 'uellus' 3a2.- kniebiù, -̃bti 'fricō'
* gnebhō 2b2.-kneu hnæppan 'quatiō' knafeus 'fullō' knab-ù,-éti
2b3.-kreoñ, kaneo 3a3.- 'glubō'
hnafa 'secō'
3a2.-cnīf, knife 'id'
* gneibhō 3a3.- gnifwn furrum?
knīfr
cōniueō; conegos, kunikaz (h)nīgan, neigen, hneiwan;
nicken 'inclinor'; *ga(h)nipnan 5.5.-kaniniya- knimbù, knìbti
* gneichō (cō)nītor -ī, 'conixus'
hnaiw 'humilis' <*gneib 'tristis 'subsidō' 'flectere' <*gneib
nictō, -āre =*conigātus 3a2.-hnīgan esse'

cned 'uulnus' hnītan 'allīdō' knizw (*<dyō); 6.4.-knide^t 'prurīre'


* gneidō nīdor cnes 'pellis'
<*knidā 3a3.-hniss 'nīdor ' knidh 'urtīca' kniẽdet 'pangere'

1b2.-naratu
'narrātō',
* gnōros ignārus, narrō gnwrimos
naraklum
'nūntiātiō'
singulus
Truticnos, neognos 'recens
* gnos <*sṃgno, aina-kla- 'singulus'
Coimagni nātus'
mali/prīuignus
1b2.-naratu itar·gninim, Ate-gnatus jñāta-, jñāyáte
kunnan, kennen, kunnan, kannjan; znati
gnōuī, ignōrō, 'narrātō', asa·gninaim 'sapiō', 2b1.-gwn, atwaen 5.4.-čanač'em
* (gí)gnōskō (gnōwa) können kann <*gonne gignwskw 6.3.-žinaũ, žinóti
ignārus, narrāre naraklum ad·gnin 'agnoscit' 2b2.-gon,aswom <*canač'em <*gnH3sky-,
3a2.-know 'potest' 6.4.-zinât
'nūntiātiō' <*gninu- 2b3.-gounn/gonn aor. caneay
znati, znatь 'scīre'
kunst 'ars'; *knōþs dat.knōdai gnwsis 'nōtiō, pra-jñāti-ḥ 'agnitiō';
* gnōtis nōtiō 6.3.-pažintìs 'agn.'
urchna^t 'agnitiō' 'genus'; kunþi <gṇtí necessitūdō' jñātí-ḥ 'necessitūdō'
6.4.-znuõts 'gener'
einknuadil 'insignis' 6.3.-žėnklas
* gnōtlom cf. nōbilis beknuodilen jñātra- 'intelligentia' 6.9.-ebsentliuns
'audibile fierī' 'dēsignātus'
jñātár-
* gnōtṓr nōtor gnwsthr
5.3.-žnātar-
nōtus; nota eposognatus kund
* gnōtós <*gnota, notāre, gnáth 2b1.-gnawd 3a2.-cūþ, kūth kunþs 'nōtus' gnwtos jnātáh 'nōtus' 6.4.-pazîts
cognitus, agnitus 'usuāle' 3a3.-kuðr, kunnr
Knopf;knüpfen
* gnoubhos gnobh 'ligō' gniáubti 'amplector'
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Bodo-cnous
3a2.-. gecnæwe
1b2.-go-gnaw
* gnōwos (g)nāuus 3a3.-knār
'habilis'
1b3.-gnou 'ēvidens'

2b1.-gilb(in)
gulban, gulpan 'forator., acumine' kolbo 'uirga'
* golbhnos <*gulbīno- 'cuspis, 2b2.-geluin 3a3.-kolfr
rostrum' 'rostrum' 2b3.- 'acumen'
golbina 'rostratam'

kamb, Kamm ząbъ, zobъ 'dens'


já(m)bhatē, 'rapiō'
'pecten' pro-zebati 'pectinō'
gemma jambhah 'morsum,
* gombhos 3a2.-camb, gomfos 'dens' 6.3.-žam̃bas
<gembhnā dens'
comb 'id' 'angulus'
5.3.-h∂m, z∂mbayati
3a3.-kambr 'id' 6.4.-zùobs 'dens'
3a2.-cumbol,
gomola 'glēba'
gemō; gumia 1b2.-gomia, cumul 'tumor,
* gomos gomos 6.3.-gùmulas,
(deriu.) kumiaf 'grauidas' uulnus'
gumulỹs 'globus'
3a3.-kams 'glēba'
3a2.-cennan
* gonējō janáyati
<*gonjan
kiver, Kiefer
'maxilla'
zob 'pīcus', zobátь
Kâfer
* gopos gop, gob <*-bb-? 5.3.-zafar/fan 'fauces' 'edō'
'scarabaeus'
6.3.-žébiu, -eti 'id'
3a2.-cēafl,
jowl 'id'
<< gorbos
<< gorgnóm
garg 'rudis'; gráin groza 'horror'
* gorgós 'repugnantia' graen 'maestitia' gorgos 'horrendus' 6.3.-gražóju -́ti
<*gragnis 'minor'
<< goulos gūtus, uola

6.3.-gaũras 'uellus'
6.4.-gauri
kauern 'adesse'
* gouros gúaire guros 'circulus' 'u.pubicus'
3a3.-kaure
6.5.-guriti se
'plectī'

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krächzen
krāhhon>ch graču, grakati
garjati 'tonat' <krag
'resonō' 3a2.- 6.3.-
* grakijō gracillō, graculus grāg 'gracillaatiō' 5.4.-
cracettan gìrgždžiu, girgždéti
karkač 'strepitus'
3a3.-krāka 'frumpere'
'coruus"

grьmeždь 'gram.'
3a3.-kramr
qrammiþa pogrožo
* grammā grāmiae 'umidus, nix
'humiditās' 'summergō' 6.3.-
sēmirōrāta'
grim̃sti 'id'

2b1.-gronyn zrьno 6.3.-


korn
* grānom grānum grán 2b2.-gronen kaúrn jīrná 'trītus' žìrnis 'pisum'
3a2.-corn
2b3.-greunenn 6.4.-zir̃nis 'id'

* gṛbeinā 5.5.-GISkarpina- grabína

krimpf, krampf, grubu 'dorsum,


krumpf 'tortus' conuuls.'; gorb
* gṛbējō gerbach 'rugōsus' grupos 'tortus' 5.4.-karth 'tibia' !!
3a3.-korpa 'gibba' 6.4.-
'ruga' grumbt 'rug. fiō'

жребий 'alea,
kerben 'caelō' grafw, gegrafa 'et tractus'
* gṛbhō
3a2.-carve 'id' scrībō' 6.4.-grīpsta,
grīpste 'rasiō'
krebe 'corbis',
Krippe grifos 'rēte, corbis, grapsa, glapsa
* grebhos enygma' (-ei- scrībō,
'iparulārium' skarifos) 'fascis'
3a2.-cribb 'id'
krazzōn, kratzen
ALB.-gërüj ;gërrusë,
* gredō 3a3.-krota
krūs(ë) 'strigilis'
'scalpō'
graig (grega) 'grex 2b1-2b2-2b3.-gre gargara
* gregs grex (gregis) 'complūra'; cf.
equōrum' 'id'
ageirw 'congregō'
<< gremjom
6.3.-grandìs 'anu,
Kranz;-enze 'corb.'
ar'
* grendjom grinne 'fascis' 3a2.-
6.6.-gredać sie
cræt 'raeda'
'torquērī'

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kratto,Krätze grathnā́mi 'plectō';
* gretlom 'corb.' 3a2.- grantha 'nodu.,
cradol, cradle corōna'
Kropf 'tollēs'; sich
krüpfen 'flectere' grupos 'tortus';
SCOTT.-groban grubinéti
* greubhō 3a2.- gruy 'gryphus';
'cacumen' 'uacillāre, labī'
crēopan, crēp grupow 'torqueō'
'rēpō'
kriochan, kriechen
gruc, grug 'ruga' 'rēpō' krucka;
* greugō grucánach Krücke 'baculum'
'rugātus' 3a2.-
cryce, crutch

Krume 'mīca grumea 'uetus rēs'


* greumō grūmus pānis' gru
3a2.-crūma 'id' 'situs sub ungue'

kroten 'premō'
gruth <*grutús ?
3a2.-
* greutō 'lacte putridum,
crūdan; crowd
caseus'
curds 'caseus'

* grṇdhís grandis brenqos 'superbus' grodь 'pectus'


grab 'betulla'
grabātus 'lectus' 1b2.-Grabovius PR.-wosi-grabis
* grōbhos 6.4.-
<Illyr., Mac. 'quercus deus' 'euonymus'
Gruõbina
5.4.-karkut gradъ
* grōdis grandō, -inis cermas ? 'glarea'
<*gagrōdo- 6.3.-grúodas
<< groumos
grunzian, grunnen
* grundijō grundiō, grunniō 3a2.- gruzw
grunian, grunt
kroten 'premō';
krot 'pressiō'
* grutis gruth 3a2.-crudes,
curd(es); crowd
'glomus'
3a2.-kyte, kite
* gudom goda entera (Hes.) gudám
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Kugel, kliuwa
glún 'genū' gagglion 'tumor' gula-ḥ, glāu-ḥ žьly, gúglja 'tumor'
3a2.-
* gugā galla gláo-snáthe giglumos 4.6.-gūzak 6.3.-gugà
cyćǵel, cudgel; 'cardō'
'linea, norma' 'talus' 'promuntorium'
claw 'garra'
chubisi `tugurium'
5.3.-gufra 'profundus' goba 'lepra'
; Koben guph (Hes.);
* gupā 5.4.- 6.3.-gum̃bas
'porcīle' guy 'uultur'
gumbed 'boueda' 'cauit.'
3a2.-cofa, cove
6.3.-gur̃nas 'coxa,
* gurnos 5.4.-kurn ( kran)
ossu q.'
kiosan, kiesen kiusan; kausjan juṣátē 'delectat''
do-roigu 'ēlexit';
* gusnō gustō, dēgūnō 3a2.-kiosan, 'examinō' gakusts geuomai 5.6.-daustar vu-kusiti 'gustō'
asagussim
choose 'proba' 'amīcus'
* gutṛ guttur 3a2.-codd 'saccus' 5.5.-kuttar

2b1.-yd
1b2.-if; ifont iha
* idhei ibī infig. -id- 2b2.- yz, yth iqagenhs 'hic natus'
'ibidem' 5.3.-ida
2b3.-ez

<< ikjō
Ilio-mārus
Ile; Islay 'insula 'magninguinis'
* ili īlia, īle <gr.? ilia (Hes.) jal'ity 'testiculī'
quaedam' 2b1.-il?
'fermentum'
iyarti, ī́rte 'moueō'
(intr.)
iallw ; elaunw, 5.4.-elanim 'fiō';
* īljō
elato, etc elanem 'scandō';
eluzanem 'prōmō'
5.5.-halāi 'trūdō'
<< imde
* immō immō 5.5.-imma
nesǫ, nesti 'portō'
aṁśa-ḥ 'portiō'
6.3.-nešù,
enegkon <enkenk- 5.4.- hnjo-c ̣ 'messis'
* ī́nekmi nešiaũ, nèšti
'tulī'; ogkos 'molēs' 5.5.- ḫi-in-ik-zi
6.4.-nesu, nešu,
'attribuit', inclinātur
nest
impai- 'dēpressus
* ipjō iptw; ipnos 'onus'
sum'
izio, idic/ídík; is- jo 'eum'; iako
is, id; ī-dem, eis- hé. Hed; a<(esyo, ay-am, id-am, iy-am
* is, id id-um 'īdem'; 2b1.-eidau, eidi is, ita in, min, nin 'eum' 'quālis'
dem esyās) 5.6.-iyam
1b2-ere, erse 6.3-jis

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Isarnus, Iserninus
(<aes non 2b1.-haearn, īsarn
* īsarnom possiblile propter iarn, aiarann haiarn 2b2.- 3a2.-isærn, iron eisarn (<ayas)
longa ī) hoern/horn 3a3.-ísarn, járn
2b3.-houarn
ittham, iti 'ita'
* ita ita, item, iti 1b2.-itek 2b1.-yd, yt 6.3.-it, itin 'rectē'
itthā, itthād 'hic'
<< itājō
<< itaqe
itarah 'alter'; itaratah
* íteros iterum
'indirectē'
<< itim
* itṛ iter, arc. itiner 5.5.-itar 'uia' TOK A.-ytār
<< j∂kējō
<< j∂kjō ihmi
azomai ; agios yájati; yajñá-ḥ 'sacer'
iēiūnus (Pl.
* jagjō 'sacer'; agos ; yajas- 'sacrificium'
iāiūnus'), iēientō
'sacrificium' 5.3.-yazaite
iēiūnus (Pl.
* jāgjus yájyu-
iāiūnus')
* jāi 1b2.-ie 'iam' 2b1.-ie 'sic' jē, jeh jai
<< jālos
yā́ti 'it'; yā́na-ḥ jado, jachati 'eō'
á 'axis, carrus'
'uia, uehiculum' (in veh.)
* jāmi iānua, iānus áth<yātus Epiassa (Dhmethr)
5.3.-yāh- 6.3.-jóju, jóti
'portus'
'crimen, decisiō' 'equitō'
ju 'iam, ja 'sic'; ju
* jāmi iam ju, 'iam', ja 'sic'
3a2.-ju 'iam' 6.3, 6.4.-jau
yā́van 'offensor';yātár
iawl 'laus, iussus' zhlos (a) 'auiditās, 'uindicātor';yātú
inuidia'; zhtew jarъ 'uiolentus'
iolaf 'incantus'
'quaerō'; zhtros jarostь
á(i)lid ` 'rogat, 'laudō' 5.3.-yātu
* jáneumi 'cruciātr' ; zamia 'exasperātiō'
desiderat' 2b3.-iolent 'incantus/tor'; yā-sā
'poena'; zwros 6.8.-
'precentur' 'uiolentus'; 'desiderium'
ja^l 'inuidia'
epizarew 'offendō' 5.4.-
janam 'molior'

<< jā́nuwā

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(pra-)yakṣati
'agitātur'; yahú,
* jeghō jagōn, jagen
yahvá
'inquiētus>filius'
ihilla < *jichilla
'stiria'
2b1.- iā
3a2.-gicel(a),
* jegis aig f. (ega) 2b2.-yey, yeyn 6.5.-eka
iceicle
2b3.-ien, yen 'frīgus'

3a3.-jaki
2b1.-ieith/iaith giht 'ēnuntiātus.'
* jekō iocus icht 'populus'
'populus, lingua' gehan 'ēnuntiō'
2b1.-iach 'sānus'
* jekos (h)ícc 'sānātiō' 2b2.-yagh akos 'sānātiō' yaśas 'honor'
2b3.-iac'h
-ialo-; Nantoialo-> jályj 'sterilis'
* jēlom Nanteuil 6.4.- jels
2b1.-ial 'desertum' 'immatūrus'

5.5.-i-ja-mi 'faciō'; pi-


* (jí)jēmi iaciō, iaceō ihmi
ja-mi 'mittō'

TOK A, B yām-
yámati, yácchati
redimiō, infula ? 'faciō, efficiō'; A
* jemō 'tenet'
<*imdhlā, geminus yom-, B yäm-
5.3.- yam-, yasaitē 'id'
'assequor'
eban; eben 'aeq.' yámati, yácchati
emon<*emno-
3a2.-efn, 'tenet'; yáma-
'geminus'
* jemós geminus ??? even 'id' 3a3.- ibns 'aequus' 'habēna'; yamá
emnaid 'geminus'
Ymir 'deus
'duplex' 5.3.-y∂ma- 'geminus'
Hermaphr.'
yatār- 'cognāta' jetry
* jentēr ianitrīcēs (!!) einateres, enatri
5.4.-ner 6.3.-jenter-
ikra 'caviar'
iecur (iecoris, i(u)chair 'ouae yákrt (yaknáḥ)
* jeqṛ hpar (hpatos -nt) 6.3.-jãknos
iecinoris) piscis' 5.6.- jigar
6.4.-aknas
ias 'ferueō' et
yasati 'efferuēt'
'clamor, eruptiō' gesan, jesan
5.5.-
* jesō 1a1.-iestā 'spūma' ess 'cataracta' 2b3.- 'fermentō' zew 'ferueō'
is(sa)na-, ēssana-
gòell 'leuitus' <*upo- 3a2.-giest, yeast
'massa'
ies-lo-

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úain yṓni 'locus otiī';
'occasiō=locus syona<suyouni
* jeunis
aptus, tempus 'placidus'
aptus' 5.3.-yaon∂m 'uia'
2b1.-iot, iwt/uwd juxa
híth 'pulsum' 'pulsum' 2b2.-iot zumh ? 'massa yūh 6.3.-jūshe
* jeus iūs 3a3.-ōst 'caseus' ALB.-gjär
<*iutā? mlat. iotta 'pulsum' 2b3.-iod acer' ; zwmos pra-yāuti 'agitō' 6.4.-jaut
'papillae' 'ammassō'
<< jewesdiks
3a2.-géocian
* jewō iūō -āre yuyṓti 'uitāt, protegit'
'saluō'

yávah
ovin
* jewom eorna zeiai (Hom.) 5.3.-yava
6.3.-javaī
5.5.-ewa

<< jéwornjom
iūs (cf. iouestōd - yóh
* jewos
lapis niger) 5.3.-yaosh-
ıадръ, ядрый
* jṇdros adros indra- ? 'deus q.' 'celer' 6.3.-
Indrajà 'flum.q.'
Iantumarus,
yátate 'studēt'
* jṇtō (h)ét 'inuidia' Adiatunnus 2b1.-
yatnás 'studium'
addia(n)t 'auidit.'
* jod qid otti yad, yena я́ко
<< jodhei oqi
eynholz,
* joinkos iuncus; iūniperus áin<ioini- Einbeerbaum
3a3.einir-
<< jom
<< jomde
* joqe jah 5.5.-ya, a; yakku
<< jori
2b1.-iwrch
* jorkos 2b2.-yorch zorx zorkas
2b3.-iourc'h

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jār paryārinī<pari-yārinī
hornus<ho- jara 'ver', jarь
3a2.-geār wra, wros 'post annum prīmum
* jōrom yōrnos? cf. ahd. jēr 'grānum aestātis'
'tempus' pariens'
hiuru<hiu jāru 5.3.-yār∂ 'annus' 6.3.-jōre
3a3.-ār

<< jōrós
os, h, o; oteros yas, yā, yad; yatara
* jos (je), jā, jod 'uter' i-ze, ia-ze
'uter'
4.5.-ios
5.3.-yasta- 'cinctātus' pojaśǫ,-jasati
zwnnumi<*ywsnumi
* jṓsneumi 5.5.- 'cingō'; pojasъ
'cingō'
ish 'ligō' 'cinctus'
<< jota
<< jota sei
<< jóugsmṇtom iūmentum
iūstus, P. Fest.
* jówestos huisse 'decens' istъ 'uērus'
iouiste 'iustē'
5.3.-yavaējī-
* jucis iūgis
5.4.-yavež 'semper'
ud-yōdhati
'turbulātur'; yúdhyati,
2b1b2,b3.-iud yōdhati 'pugnat';
ojьminъ ? 'miles'
iubeō, iuba 'pugna' <youdhos yúdh- 'proelium,
* judhējō usminh 'proelium' 6.3.- judù, -éti;
<'agitans' 2b1.-udd miles'; yudhmá
judra 'turbulentia'
'dominus' 'bellicōsus'
5.3.-yūiδyeinti
'pugnant'
2b1.-iou/iau juch, joch
yugá 'pār' igo (iga)
* jugóm iugum ughaim 2b2.-ieu 3a2.-juk juk zugon
5.5.-i-u-ga-an, yukan 6.3.-iungas
2b3.-ieo, geo 3a3.-ok
untar-jauhta
* jungō iungō zugon, zeugnumi yumákti 6.3.-jungiu
'subjugāuī'
<< júwenis

pl. yuvám du. yūyám


ir 5.3.- yūz∂m
pl. yūs, du. yut 6.3.-yūs, du. yudu
* juwes / juwe 2b1.-gē, gī umme-<*usme- 5.4.-yez
(t<dwō) 6.4.-yũs
3a3.-er 5.5.-šu-(um-
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iouincillus
2b1.-ieuanc junc, jung
1b2.-iveka,
* juwṇkós iuuencus oac, óc 2b2.- 3a2.-iung, geong, juggs yuvaká, yuvaśá-
iuenga 'iuuenca'
iouenc/yowynk young
2b3.-iaouank
* júwṇtā iuuenta ōetiu, ōitiu <tūt <tā 3a2.-youth junda yuvatva <*yuw∂ntwo-

1b2.-iouies yúva(n)- (yū́naḥ),


junъ
iuuenis, iūnīx; 'iuvenibus, óa 'iunior'; óam grd. yávīyas-, yáviṣṭa-
* juwōn 6.3.-jáunas
iūnior militibus'; jovie 'iuuenissimus' 5.6.-y(a)van
6.4.-jauns
<comp.*jowiē-s (yūnō)
hevan, heben 'leu.'
Moenia-coeptus
haben 'habēre' hafjan 'leuāre '
2b1.-caeth 'seruus' kaptw,
* k∂pjō capiō, captus cacht 'seruus' 3a2.-hebbian, haban 'habēre' kapatī 'duo pugnātī' 6.3.-kúopa
2b2.-caid f. kwph 'ansa'
hebban, heave 'id', hafts 'captus'
caites 2b3.-quaez
habban 'habēre'

<< k∂psā
haft, behaftet
* k∂ptos captus, captīuus cacht 'serua' 3a2.-hæft -hafts
'seruus'
casit 'oportet'
3a3.-hes śā́sti, śáśati 'scindit'
careō, castus, b2-castrous
* k∂sējō cess 'hasta' *<kestā 'penniculum in śastrám 'culter, kosa, коса 'falx'
castrum, castigō 'fundī', castruo,
bouis cauda' ensis'
kastruvuf
<< k∂stos
3a2.-híegan skeuos
kutiti 'machināri'
* k∂wējō caueō (cf. skewō) 'efficiō' 'apparātus';
prekutiti 'ornāre'
3a3.-heyja 'id' skeuazw 'praeparō'
kám (pro dat
kъ(n) 'ad'
* ka ka, ke, ken 'forsan' commodī, imper.,
6.3.--ki (imper.)
affirm.)
* kábṇlos caballus kobyla 'equa'
cabō, cabōnus, konь, конь <*kabni
* kabōn capall Caballos
caballus 6.3.-kumẽlē 'equa'
huota, Hut
'custodia'; huot,
cais 'amor'; Hut 'petassus'
* kadhō cassis ?
miscuis 'odium' 3a2.-hōd 'c.,
p.' >hat 'p.'; hædre
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antkadum
* kadō cadō casair sád-
'occidionem'
2b1.-cawdd 'īra' haz, hass 'id' ri-śādas- 'de forāneo
khdos; kednos
cadeis amnud cas <*kadsi- 'odium'
* kādos caiss 'odium' 3a2.-hete 'id' hatis 'odium' <*keH2dnos curans'
'inimīcitiae causā' 2b2.-cueth 2b3.-
cuez, keuz 3a3.-hatr (Lubotsky) 5.3.-sādra-

* kadros cā(i)d caddos kekasmai 'excellii' śāśadāna 'excellens'


<< kaghlā
κα, ας 'incipias',
kahad 'capiat'
caulae < caholae, 2b1.-cae 'saeptum, hag 'urbs'
3a3.-
* kaghos cōlum, cōlō, -āre; fundus' hac 'saeptum,
kukēhē(n)s
cohum, incohō 2b3.-quae/kae claustrum'
'occupaverint';
cehefi 'captus sit'
* kaidō caedō khidáti
2b1.-coeg 'uacuus' kaikias 'uentus
* kaikos caecus cáech 'monophth' haihs 'monophth.' kēkaras 'paetus'
2b2.-cuic 'luscus' occidentālis'
2b1.-coilou 'auspic.'
celъ 'sānus'
2b2.-coel
* kailom caelum cél (a britonnicō) 3a3.-heill 'salus' hails 'sānus' celjo,
'harusp.' 2b3.-
celiti 'sānō'
chuillioc
kapia skorodon
* kaipā caepa, cēpa
in Cerynēa (Hes.)
<< káisṛjēs
TOCH A śiśäk,
* kaisrom caesariēs kēsara-
В ṣecake ? 'leō'
Cetobricca,
Kaitobrix 'Setúbal' heida, Heide
būcētum <bū-c-
2b1.-coit, coed 3a2.-hǣþ,
* kaitom ētum (cf. haiþi 'prātum' 5.5.-GIStiyessar ?
'silua' 2b2.- heath 3a3.-
iuncētum)
cuit/coys/cos heiðr
2b3.-koat
цегл 'ūnicus'
6.3.-
* káiwelos caelebs kévala- 'solus, ūnus'
kaivìnti
'exhuaurīre'
kakkaba,
* kákabā cācăbō -aare kúkubha- 'gallus q.'
kakkabis

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2b1.-cach
caccaim; cacc 2b2.-caugh kakkaw; kakkh
* kakkājō cacō, cacca kacken
'cacca' 2b3.- 'cacca'
cac'h
gackizōn, gackern
kurkuṭa-, kukkuṭa- kokotátь
* kaklājō cacillō; cūcurriō, cicirrus = Messius 3a2.- kakkabh/is 'perdix'
,'gallus' (cf. fr. coq) kokotъ m, kokošъ f
cocc 'gallus'

behagen 'decet'; śaknṓti 'potest,


hagen 'sementāle' iuuat'; śaktí 'auxilium' 6.3.-kankù, kàkti
cécht 'potestās,
3a2.- 5.3.- 'assequor'
* kákneumi imperium'
hatch 'alō' sačaiti 'callet' TOK.-A kākmart, В
<*kankt- / *kenkt-
3a3.-høgr kamart 'dominium'
'decens' 5.6.-saxt 'multum'

6.3.-nukašéti
* kakō hager 'tenuis' 5.3.-kasu 'paruus'
'defetiscor'
<< kaldējō
calliomarcus
'farfara'
calath, calad kaliti 'durēscō
* kaldos callus, calleō 2b1.-caled 'dūrus' kíṇa- <*krṇa
'dūrus' (incandentis ferrī)'
caill<kalnāi
'testic.'
1b2.-skalçe-ta,
scalseto 'e kulix; skallion,
* kalēiks calix, culigna Schale kaláśa-
paterā', scalsie 'in skalis (Hes.)
paterā'
<= kalgōn
kalъ
kolumbos 'columba';
kalaŋka-, kalana-, 'excrēmentum'
kolumbaw 'nō''
kelainos kalmaṣa- 'macula, kalína
columba, cālidus, 1b2.-kaleruf (buf) helm 'macula 'āter'; sordees'; `Viburnum opulus';
* kālis caile 'macula'
callidus, cālīgo 'callidos (boves) frontālis pecuum' killos 'asinus' karka- 'albus, kalú-ža kalú-ga
khlis 'macula' rociinus' 'palūs'
kelidow 5.4.-čarma 'rociinus' 6.3.-kalýbas,
'mancillō'
kalývas 'albicollis'

<< kalkis

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(áti-)kūrva, kurva,
caluus, calua, Kalúvieís,
* kalwos kālvālīkṛta 5.3.-
caluāria Kalaviis 'Calvius'
kaurva-
Cambo-dunum
camm
* kambos 2b1.-2b2.-cam skambos 'discruris'
2a2.-cam
2b3.-kamm
cakḗ 'placuit'; kā́ma-
6.3.-kamaros
'amor'; kāmáyati
Carant-us, huora 'meretrix' 'lasciuia'
caraim hōrs <*hōra- cā́ru- 'amoenus',
* kāmi cārus 2b1, b2, b3 caraf 3a2.-hōre 'id' 6.4.-kãme^t
carae 'amīcus' 'adulter' nicāyya 'attractīuus'
car 'amīcus' 3a3.-hōra- <*hōrōn 'esuriō'; kärs
5.3.-kayā,
'expetens'
kāma-
hemmen 'obstō' kwmos 'multitūdō in kom 'glomus'
5.4.-k`amel
* kamō 3a3.- hemja festā' ; khmos 6a3.-
'exprimere'
'retineō' 'cāmus' kamúoti; kams 'id'
kupiná 'fascis'
kamtw 'flectō'; 6.3.-kum̃pti
silb 'tribūtum; kapanā́ 'uermis'
cf. Cambio-dūnum, hamf 'id' camph 'flexiō'; 'flector'; kam̃pas
* kampos campus argentum'; cimbe hamfs 'mutilus' kapaṭa- 'acumen';
Cambo-ritum 3a2.-hōf 'id' kamph 'uermis' 'angulus'
'convictiō' skambos 'flexus' cāpa- 'arcus'
6.4.-kampis 'abies
lasiocarpa'
khánati; khā- 'puteus'
khá- 'cauitās'
* kánāmi canālis
5.3.-kani 'fossum';
xā 'id'

*cando possibile in kandaros anqrax cándati; candráh


* kandō candō
deriuātionibus 'carbō' (Hes) 'lūna'
Cassiciate (locus)
<*kankstīkā
Hengst
2b1.-caseg Lex Salica:
'admissārius' kagkulas khkidas
* kánkestos 'equus' chengisto 'equus
3a2.- Aioleis (Hes.)
2b2.-cassec 'id' castrātus
hengest 'id'
2b3.-kezeg
(pl.)
sǫkъ 'surculus';
géc/géag 'rāmus' 2b1.-cainc/cangau huohili śankú- ; śākhā
* kankus hōha 'arātrum' socha 'hamus'
cécht 'arātrum' <*kanku 'aratiuncula'; 'stīpēs, puntāle'