PIE. *gʷelbh-u- (IEW: 473). "Beside the feminine word for 'womb', there is the zero grade neuter Av. gərəbuš- 'young animal'; therefore, for δελφύς an s- stem may be considered as well (Schwyzer: 516). δολφός corresponds to Skt. gárbha-, Av. garəβa- [m.] 'womb'. The Greek form with a labiovelar (* gʷelbh-u-, * gʷolbh-o-) does not accord well with the * k- in Gm. forms like OHG kilbur [n.] 'ewe lamb', OHG kalb 'calf', etc., which therefore have to remain apart, unless we assume dissimilation gʷ > g ." (RB) "δελφύς" in: Etymological Dictionary of Greek, edited by: Robert S. P. Beekes (Ph.D. 1969). Consulted online on 19/09/2017 <http://dictionaries.brillonline.com.ludwig.lub.lu.se/search#dictionary=greek&id=gr1787> First published online: October 2010, PGm. *kalbiz- n. ‘calf’. A Germanic word, with “no certain extra-Germanic etymology” (GK). "kalbiz-" in: Etymological Dictionary of Proto-Germanic, edited by: Guus Kroonen, Ph.D. (2009). Consulted online on 19/09/2017 <http://dictionaries.brillonline.com.ludwig.lub.lu.se/search#dictionary=proto_germanic&id=21633> First published online: October 2010
Robert Farren, PIE culture words collection, 2017
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