Lexeme – Index

Language Form Meaning Grammar Note
Káro ẽn

you (thou, 2sg)

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French tu

you(2sg)

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Old Norse gylta, gyltr

young (infertile?) sow; sow

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Avestan gərəbuš-

young animal

Also garəβa- m. 'womb' Details
Proto-Slavic *ěrę

young animal

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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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Classical Greek étalonἔταλον

young animal, yearling

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Middle English foun, faon, faune, fawn

young animal; young fallow deer

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Spanish novillo

young bull

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Sanskrit ukṣán-

young bull

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Dutch var

young bull

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Middle Dutch vare, varre

young bull

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German Farre

young bull

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Middle High German far, farre, var, varre

young bull

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Proto-Germanic *farza-, *farzan-

young bull

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Middle English steore, ster, steyr, steer

young bull or ox, especially castrated

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Old English stēor

young bull or ox, especially castrated

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Sanskrit damya-

young bull to be tamed

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Old English bulluc

young bull, bull calf

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Albanian (Tosk) dem

young bull, bullock

m "Etymologically related to OIr. dam 'ox' and probably to Gr. δαμάλης 'calf'." (AED) Details

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