Lexeme – Index

Language Form Meaning Grammar Note
Old High German wurm

worm, snake

m wormo m. 'purple' is a derivation (GK) Details
Proto-Iranian *kr̥mi-

worm, snake

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Danish orm

worm; insect, maggot; snake, dragon

c "In its modern sense, a noawort replacing terms that are now lost" (SEO) Details
Romanian vierme

worm; larva

m Details
German Wurm

worm; maggot; dragon

m Details
Icelandic ormur

worm; snake

m Details
Old Saxon wurm

worm; snake

m Details
Middle Persian kirm

worm; snake; dragon

s Details
Faroese ormur

worm; snake; larva; dragon

m Details
Middle High German wurm

worm; woodworm, silkworm, spider, fly, mosquito, flea; snake, viper; dragon

m Details
English worry

worry, seize/kill with the teeth

(Especially of dogs or wolves attacking sheep) to seize by the throat with the teeth and tear or lacerate; to kill or injure by biting and shaking
v Details
Proto-Tupí-Guaraní *pereβ

wound

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Proto-Tupí *peɾʲep, *perep

wound

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Proto-Indo-European *welh₂/₃-

wound'

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Proto-Indo-European *swer-

wound'

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Ugaritic štt

woven

adj.
Adj. probably from unattested verbal root *š-t-y Details
Proto-Indo-European *h1roug-h2-

wrinkle'

< Rom. *rūga 'street' < Lat. rūga 'wrinkle' Details
Romani (Arli) brazda

wrinkle; furrow

f Details
Proto-Tupí-Guaraní *jɨŋ

wrinkled

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Proto-Tupí-Guaraní *poapɨ

wrist

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