Lexeme – Index

Focus Area Language (family) Form Meaning Grammar Note
Eurasia Serbian rȉti

dig

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Eurasia Bulgarian ríja

root, dig

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Eurasia Stub proto-form *rỳti

dig, root

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Eurasia Old Church Slavonic ryti

dig, tear up

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Eurasia Proto-Indo-European *ph₂-n-ǵ-

to attach

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Eurasia Latin pangere

to insert firmly, fix

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Eurasia Old Saxon graƀan, bigraƀan

to dig

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Eurasia Old English grafan

to dig

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Eurasia Old Church Slavonic pogrebǫ

to bury

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Eurasia Latvian grebju, grebt

to excavate, to scrape

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Eurasia Proto-Germanic *rekan-

to rake up, pile up

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Eurasia Proto-Germanic *skeuban-, *skūban-

to shove

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Eurasia Classical Greek lakʰaínōλαχαíνω

to dig

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Eurasia Russian zastupit'

tread on

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Eurasia Avestan kan-

to dig

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Eurasia Sanskrit khan-

dig

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Eurasia Irish oscail

open

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Eurasia Italian solcare

to plough

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Eurasia Latin sulcare

to make furrows, to cultivate, to plough; to split < sulcus m. ‘furrow

v Poetic register, according to CDB. The verb in common use was arare. Details
Eurasia Portuguese sulcar

to make furrows or open channels with a plough

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