Lexeme – Index

Focus Area Language (family) Form Meaning Grammar Note
Eurasia Old High German wurgen

to strangle; to worry, to kill by violence

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Eurasia Proto-Indo-European *uérǵh-e-

to strangle

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Eurasia English rake

rake

(Of a dog) to hunt by scent, with the nose to the ground.
v rake 'sheepdog' (AEW) cannot be found in other sources. Details
Eurasia Welsh gwan

to thrust, to stick, to stab

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Eurasia Proto-Celtic *gwan-o-

to strike, to kill

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Eurasia Old Cornish gwane

to thrust, to stick, to stab

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Eurasia Welsh hau

sow

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Eurasia Provençal semenar

to sow (seed)

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Eurasia Provençal sazon

v Source not located. Details
Eurasia Hittite šai-, ši-, šii̯e/a-

to impress, to seal, to prick, to sting, to shoot, to throw, to push, to spurt

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Eurasia Czech síti

to sow

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Eurasia Welsh hadu

to go to seed

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Eurasia Middle Welsh heu

to sow

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Eurasia Proto-Celtic *seg-yo-, seg-o-

to sow, to put

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Eurasia Proto-Indo-European *seg-

attach, touch, sow

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Eurasia Breton hada

sow

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Eurasia Middle Breton hadaff

to sow

v "hadaff, g. semer, l. serere" (Catholicon, 1464). Details
Eurasia Proto-Indo-European *seg-e/o-

to adhere, fasten

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Eurasia Lithuanian sègti

to fasten, to pin

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Eurasia Albanian (Tosk) mbjel

to sow

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