Lexeme – Index

Language Form Meaning Grammar Note
Stub Culture Turkic *bāla, *bāl-dɨŕ, *bāla-pan

young animal, nestling; child; a man's wife's younger sister; younger relative

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Proto-Indo-Aryan *bála-

power, strength

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Stub Culture Turkic *bạl

honey

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Proto-Dagestanian *bal-

wool

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Proto-Kartvelian *bal-

fur

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Stub Culture Turkic *bakɨr

copper; patina

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Proto-Dagestanian *bakʰ-e

copper

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Proto-Germanic *baira-

boar

m "A Germanic-Celtic isogloss... unlikely to be of Indo-European provenance... [perhaps] adopted from an extinct European language that was spoken in Europe prior to the arrival of the Indo-Europeans." (GK) Details
Proto-Dagestanian *bagw-

badger

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Proto-Northwest Caucasian *bagw-

jackal

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Tigwa *bagqu

new

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
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Gaulish *bāgos

beech

Attested in French place names. Cognate with Lat. fagus f. 'beech', Gr. φηγός, Dor. φᾱγός f. 'kind of oak, acorn', OHG buoh 'written document, book', OHG buohstap 'letter' < *'piece of beech for writing', OIc. bók, OE bōc, bēce (< * bōkjōn-), OHG buohha 'beech', Go. boka 'letter' (MDV)$
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Proto-Northwest Caucasian *bagʲə-

oats

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Kankanay (Northern) *ba'gang

neck (not nape)

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
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Proto-Southern Jê *bɑ̃ɡ

to be lazy

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Proto-Southern Jê *bɑ̃d

RECURSIVE 'again'

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Proto-Dagestanian *bačʰwa

pea

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Proto-Kartvelian *bačʰ-a

millet; pea

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Proto-Dagestanian *bačʰ-a

a kind of stone

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Proto-Kartvelian *bacʰ-

stone

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