Lexeme – Index

Language Form Meaning Grammar Note
Albanian (Tosk) gunë

woolen or fur cloak

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Old Prussian wilna, wilnis

woolen skirt

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Proto-Nakh *ħas-

woolen threads

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Chechen ħa:sa

woolen/golden threads

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Ingush ħŏasă

woolen/golden threads

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Batsbi ħas

woolen/golden threads

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Punjabi uṇālā

woollen

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Classical Greek éperosἔπερος

wooly (of sheep)

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Proto-Indo-European *ḱleu-s-

'word, fame'

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Old Church Slavonic glagolъ

word, speech, event

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Old Saxon giwirki

work, deed, act

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Latin labor

work, labour

m Further etymology unclear., Borrowed from Classical Latin in the middle ages. Replaced the inherited term: see OFr. arer v. 'to plough' (TLF). Details
Sardinian laore, labore, lori

work, labour; fodder, sowing

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Faroese virki

work; enterprise, business

n Compare ON. verk n. 'labour, work, act' < PGm. *werka- n. ‘labour, work, act’ < PIE. *uerǵ-o- (GK). Details
Laz žul-u

worker bee

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Proto-Indo-European *h1/3e/op-ni-

'working'

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Sanskrit pr̥thivī́-, pr̥thvī́-पृथिवी-, पृथ्वी-

world, the Earth; land, ground, soil

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Classical Armenian erkirերկիր

world; land; earth, ground

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Romani (Sremski Gurbet) ćermo

worm

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
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Romani (Sremski Gurbet) glista

worm

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
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