Lexeme – Index

Focus Area Language (family) Form Meaning Grammar Note
Eurasia Czech napraviti

to set right, to repair

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Eurasia Latin vertere

to turn

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Eurasia Sanskrit vṛt-

to turn

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Eurasia Classical Greek pélomaiπέλομαι

to become, take place, be

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Eurasia Latin pīnsere

to pound, to crush

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Eurasia Proto-Italic *pins-

to grind

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Eurasia Proto-Indo-European *pi-n-s-

to grind

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Eurasia Classical Greek kámptōκάμπτω

to bend, curve

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Eurasia Latin colere

to live in, inhabit; to take care of, honour

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Eurasia Proto-Indo-European *kʷelh₁-e/o-

to go round

v A word with an important range of meanings. From OED: "cultivation, tillage, piece of cultivated land, care bestowed on plants, mode of growing plants, training or improvement of the faculties, observance of religious rites (2nd cent. a.d. in this sense), in post-classical Latin also rites (Vetus Latina), veneration of a person (late 2nd or early 3rd cent. in Tertullian), training of the body". Details
Eurasia Middle Welsh hëu

to sow, throw on, strew

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Eurasia Proto-Italic *seg-e/o-

to adhere, fasten

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Eurasia Latin ārere

to be dry

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Eurasia Proto-Italic *ās-ē-

to be dry

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Eurasia Proto-Indo-European *h₂eh₁s-eh₁-

to be dry

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Eurasia Old Irish claidid

to dig

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Eurasia Proto-Celtic *klad-o-

dig, bury

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Eurasia Latin stringere

to bind fast, tighten; to strip off

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Eurasia Proto-Indo-European *strig-

to brush, strip

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Eurasia French siller

to trace a furrow, track, path etc.

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