Lexeme – Index

Focus Area Language (family) Form Meaning Grammar Note
Eurasia Proto-Indo-European *kelH-

to hew

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Eurasia Latvian kal̃t

to beat, to forge

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Eurasia Proto-Indo-European *(s)teu-

to strike, to hit

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Eurasia Proto-Germanic *beugan-, *būgan-

to bow, bend

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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 French siller

to trace a furrow, track, path etc.

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Eurasia Old French silier

to plough

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Eurasia Gaulish *selj-

to pile up earth

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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 Proto-Indo-European *skep-

to cut, to split, to dig

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Eurasia Old Irish scáilid

to let go

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Eurasia Proto-Indo-European *skel-

to cut; to cut, to split

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Eurasia Lithuanian skeliù, skìlti, skélti

to split, to divide; to cleave, to strike fire

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Eurasia Portuguese argentar

to plate with silver

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Eurasia Proto-Indo-European *slenk-

to creep

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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 Sanskrit vrj-

to twist

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Eurasia Latin serpere

to crawl, to glide

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