Lexeme – Index

Focus Area Language (family) Form Meaning Grammar Note
Eurasia Proto-Slavic *zobàti

to peck

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Eurasia Croatian zobati

to eat grain

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Eurasia Serbian zobati

to eat grain

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Eurasia Old Church Slavonic zobati

to eat

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Eurasia Lithuanian žė̃bti

to eat dry substances, to gobble, to crave, to covet; to eat slowly

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Eurasia Proto-Indo-European *gʷeyh₃-

to live

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Eurasia Czech čečeriti

ruffle

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Eurasia Sanskrit vrj-

to twist

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Eurasia Latin serpere

to crawl, to glide

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

to creep

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Eurasia Classical Greek hérpōἕρπω

to crawl, slink, go on all fours

v "Identical with Skt. sárpati 'crawl', Lat. serpō 'id.'. Several languages have derived the name of the snake from this root: Skt. sarpá- m., Lat. serpens, Alb. gjarpër" (RB) Details
Eurasia Sanskrit sárpati

to creep, crawl

v Identical with ἕρπω v. ‘to crawl, slink, go on all fours’, Lat. serpere v. 'to crawl, to glide'. "Several languages have derived the name of the snake from this root". (RB) Details
Eurasia Proto-Indo-European *slenk-

to creep

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Eurasia Proto-Indo-European *dhēi-

to suck

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Eurasia Old Church Slavonic doiti

to suckle

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Eurasia Latvian dêju, dêt

suck

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Eurasia Sanskrit dhe-

to suckle

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Eurasia Classical Greek tʰráuōθράυω

to break, to smash

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Eurasia Classical Greek trī́bōτρῑ́βω

to rub, grind; wear down, exhaust, consume, wear off

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Eurasia Old Frisian bruka

to use, to practice

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