Lexeme – Index

Language Form Meaning Grammar Note
Proto-Italic *ās-ē-

to be dry

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Latin *asciŏla

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Latin *asciāta

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Proto-Germanic *asanō-

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Proto-Dagestanian *as:ar-

to throw; to put

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Proto-Slavic *arь̀mъ, *arьmò

yoke, ox-yoke

m, m "Derivative of the root *h₂er- 'join', cf. Gk. ἀραρίσκω 'join, fit together'. The long initial vowel must be a Slavic innovation" (RD). Details
Proto-Germanic *arχwō-az-

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Proto-Balto-Slavic *árʔdlo, *árʔtlo

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Proto-Balto-Slavic *arʔ-

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Proto-Iranian *arźata-

silver

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Proto-Celtic *ar-yo-

to plough

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Proto-Germanic *arut-

ore

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Proto-Tupí-Guaraní *arukaŋ

rib

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Stub proto-form *arud-

Etymology disputed: "likely to be of non-IE origin in view of the alternation of Pre-Gm. *arud- with Lat. raud- and the similarities with Sum. urud(u) 'copper'." (GK); but derived from IE *h₁reudh- 'red' according to MA. Details
Gaulish *artu-

stone

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
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Proto-Celtic *arto-

bear

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Proto-Germanic *arþra-

scratch plough

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Gaulish *art-

bear

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Proto-Indo-Iranian *aršti-, *r̥šti-

spear

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Proto-Iranian *aršti-

spear

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