Lexeme – Index

Language Form Meaning Grammar Note
Latin haedus

young goat-buck, kid

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Spanish novilla

young heifer

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Latin pulla

young hen

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Shughni guǰ

young male goat

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Kurdish (Kurmanji) gîsk

young male goat

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Old French faon, faün

young of a wild animal; young deer

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Latin catŭlus

young of an animal, young dog; by extension the young of other animals

m Ernout & Meillet affirm that the absence of -n- in this form shows it to be unrelated to Lat. canis (DH) Details
French faon

young of the deer

m Details
Classical Greek élenos, énelosἔλενος, ἔνελος

young of the deer, fawn

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Stub Culture Turkic *ạnkaj

young of ungulates (less than 1-year-old)

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Proto-Indo-Aryan *chāpa-

young one; young animal

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Proto-Indo-European *mogh-u-

young person

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Portuguese bácoro

young pig

m Also bácora f. 'young sow'. Of uncertain origin, but cf. Magreb Arab. bakurí adj. 'early', n. 'early fruit, early lamb' Details
Old Irish orc, arc

young pig

m "Archaic and poetic" (EDIL). "The name of the Orkneys is probably from the same PCelt. root " (Kroonen). In compounds, the young of other animals: uan-orc 'lamb' (EDIL) Details
Middle English far

young pig

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Middle Welsh wrch

young pig, boar

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Proto-Celtic *banwo-

young pig, piglet

"There do not seem to be any clear cognates in other IE languages, so this word is, in all likelihood, a loanword from some non-IE source" (RM). Details
Proto-Indo-European *porḱ-o-, *porḱo-

young pig, piglet; digger

This Indo-European word for 'pig(let)' "may have originally referred to the wild boar rather than the domesticated animal" (Kroonen) Details
Stub Culture Turkic *čōčka

young pig; child, boy; pig

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Middle French lapriel

young rabbit

m Etymology disputed. Of probable Iberian origin, compare Port. láparo 'young rabbit or hare' from an Ibero-Romance root given as *lapp or *lappa, possibly meaning 'flat stone', which may be also at the origin of Pt. lapa 'roche saillante; caverne, grotte' (TLF). For the metonymic connection between rabbits and subterranean spaces, compare Lat. cuniculus 'rabbit; rabbit burrow; subterranean passage or mine', also of probable Iberian origin. The Portuguese lexicographer Antenor Nascentes gives the… Details

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