Lexeme – Index

Language Form Meaning Grammar Note
Proto-Albanian *maguša

Related to Goth. magus 'youth', OIr. maug 'slave'. (AED) Details
Stub Culture Indo-European PIE. *bheh₁i-t-u- 'fetus, offspring (?)'

BTch.  paitar* 'calf' < PIE. *bheh₁i-t-u- 'fetus, offspring (?)'.Probably related to Latin fētus 'bringing forth or hatching of young; offspring, brood; fetus; fruit, shoot'.
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Stub Culture Indo-European Skt. vatsá- 'calf'

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Stub Culture Indo-European PIE. *ḱr- 'horn'

PGm. *hrinþiz-, *hrunþiz- n. ‘cow, bovine; cattle’ < PIE. *ḱr-ént-es- / //// Middle Low German rünt, rönt, Middle Dutch runt, ront (Dutch rund, combining form runder-) < an ablaut variant (zero-grade) of the same Indo-European base //  “ The root of this noun is likely to be an extension of the PIE root *ḱr- 'horn'… Hardly to Gr. καρταίποδα n.pl 'cattle, larger beast', cf. Gr. Hsch. κάρτην acc. 'cow'.” (GK).
Dirk Boutkan and Sjoerd Michiel Siebinga. "rither" in: Old Frisian Etymological Diction…
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Stub Culture Indo-European Gr. γóμοζ 'load'

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Stub Culture Indo-European PIE. *tuenk- 'press together'

Gr. σαγμα ‘load, harness, saddle’ < σάττω v. ‘to stuff, compress, pack, load, equip’ < PIE. *tuenk- 'press together': etymon of words in Romance and Germanic languages whose meanings extend from 'load' to 'beast of burden, pack animal, donkey' etc., to 'bedstead'.
Robert Beekes (with the assistance of Lucien van Beek). "σάττω" in: Etymological Dictionary of Greek. Indo-European Etymological Dictionaries Online. Edited by Alexander Lubotsky. Brill, 2014. Brill Online. July 15, 2014. < http://ied…
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Stub Culture Indo-European donkey-2

Turner, CDB, AED, Arm. c'iṙ 'donkey': "No acceptable etymology… a word of unknown origin" says Martirosyan, who nonetheless suggests a connection with Ir. cíar 'dark brown' < *ḱh₁ei-ro- (the evidence for *h₁ is based only on this Irish form); PSl. *xoiro- 'grey' < PIE *ḱHoiro-: RuCS sěrъ, Ru. séryj, Ukr. síryj, OCz. šerý, etc.; OIc. hárr, OE. hār 'grey' < *ḱh₁oi-ro-; OPr. sasins 'hare'; Skt. śáśa- 'hare' < *ḱh₁-es-; Lat. cānus 'white, hoary, grey; old, aged' < *kasnos, cascus 'old'.
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Proto-Tocharian *kercäpā

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Stub Culture Indo-European donkey-3

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Proto-Albanian *kara

"Identical with Skt. khára- 'donkey', Av. xarō 'donkey', Oss. xæræg 'donkey'." (AED) Details
Stub Culture Indo-European PIAr. *gordebho- 'donkey(?)'

Skt. gardabhá- m. 'donkey, ass' < *gordebho -. Literally, the lascivious animal (CDB). The nature of the connection with Tocharian B kercapo* (n.) ‘ass, donkey’ is uncertain. Kercapo may be a very early borrowing from Skt. gardabhá-, either directly or via an Iranian language; or the two may be loanwords from an unknown third language (DA).
Douglas Q. Adams. "kercapo" in: Etymological Dictionary of Tocharian B. Indo-European Etymological Dictionaries Online. Edited by Alexander Lubotsky. Brill,…
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Stub Culture Indo-European donkey-4

Gr. μέμνων  'donkey, donkey meat': "appellative use of the proper name Memnon as "the firm, steadfast one", because of the proverbial stubbornness of the donkey" (RB). Etymology: of "Greek" (ie., pre-Indo-European) origin (RB).
Robert Beekes (with the assistance of Lucien van Beek). "μέμνων 2" in: Etymological Dictionary of Gr.eek. Indo-European Etymological Dictionaries Online. Edited by Alexander Lubotsky. Brill, 2014. Brill Online. February 24, 2014. < http://iedo.brillonline.nl/dictionaries…
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Proto-Italic *jung-e/o-, -jug-, jug-o-, joug-es-, joug-s-mn-to-

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Stub Culture Indo-European PIE. *peh₂-ur, ph₂-uen-s 'fire'

Lat. burricus, buricus, burrichus ' small horse, young donkey' < burrus 'red-brown' <- Gr. πυρρός 'flame coloured' < πῦρ 'fire' < PIE. *peh₂-ur, ph₂-uen-s 'fire'
"πῦρ" in: Etymological Dictionary of Greek, edited by: Robert S. P. Beekes (Ph.D. 1969). Consulted online on 20/09/2017 <http://dictionaries.brillonline.com/search#dictionary=greek&id=gr5797> First published online: October 2010
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Stub Culture Indo-European donkey-5

Eng. donkey
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Stub Culture Indo-European Gr. γοῖτα 'sheep'

Robert Beekes (with the assistance of Lucien van Beek). "γοῖτα" in: Etymological Dictionary of Gr.eek. Indo-European Etymological Dictionaries Online. Edited by Alexander Lubotsky. Brill, 2014. Brill Online. February 25, 2014. < http://iedo.brillonline.nl/dictionaries/lemma.html?id=4581 > Details
Stub Culture Indo-European PIE. *dheh₁-to- 'having given birth'

Occ. feda f. 'sheep (generic)'
"fētus" in: Etymological Dictionary of Latin, edited by: Michiel de Vaan (Ph.D. 2002). Consulted online on 20/09/2017 <http://dictionaries.brillonline.com/search#dictionary=latin&id=la0569> First published online: October 2010, fawn < Lat. fētus m. 'parturition, breeding, offspring'
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Proto-Italic *fēto-

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Stub Culture Indo-European PIE. *h₃éu-i- 'sheep'

1. PGm. *awi- f. ‘ewe’ < PIE. * h₃éu-i-   / ON ær f. 'id.', Far. ær f. 'id.', OE ēow f. 'id.', E ewe, OFri. ei f. 'id.', MDu. ooi(e), ouw(e) f. 'id.', Du. ooi f. 'id.', OHG ouwi, ou f. 'id.' / Hitt. ḫāwi-, CLuv. ḫāwi-, Lyc. χawa- c. 'sheep', ToB āuw, āw f. 'ewe' (with unexpected vocalism), Skt. ávi- (gen. ávyaḥ) m./f. 'sheep, ram', Arm. hoviw 'shepherd' (< * h₃eui-peh₂-), Gr. ὄϊς, ὄϊος and οἰός m./f. 'sheep', Lat. ovis f. 'id.', OIr. oí m. 'id.', Lith. avìs, Latv. avs f. 'id.'.   2. Lat. ovis m… Details
Proto-Celtic *owi-

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