Lexeme – Index

Language Form Meaning Grammar Note
Proto-Jabutí *nũnɨka

young girl

Port. menina
Etimologicamente relacionada com *nunɨ 'seios, peito' Details
Gothic mawi

young girl

Details
Norwegian (Bokmål) gimmer

young female sheep

m,f Details
Shughni giǰ

young female goat

f Details
Old Irish óisc

young ewe

f Details
Classical Greek skýlaxσκύλαξ

young dog, puppy

m,f Etymology uncertain. Details
Classical Greek kemásκεμάς

young deer, young dog, pricket

f Details
Middle Welsh elein, alanet

young deer, doe, hind-calf

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
Details
Classical Greek elápʰionἐλάφιον

young deer, deer calf

n Details
Classical Greek dámalis, damálēδάμαλις, δαμάλη

young cow

f Details
Dutch maal

young cow

Compare OFrk. māla 'cow'. Uncertain etymology. Possibly of PIE origin and linked with Gr. μῆλον 'small cattle, sheep and goats' < PIE(?) *meh₁lo- 'small cattle' (Beekes). Details
Latin pullus

young chicken; young of an animal, esp. young cock, hen; foal

m "Compare post-classical Latin pulletus (c1284–1583 in British sources), Old Occitan polet young chicken (Occitan polet), Catalan pollet (late 14th cent.)" (OED). Details
Middle French poulet, poulette

young chicken, young hen, young fowl

m,f "Compare post-classical Latin pulletus (c1284–1583 in British sources), Old Occitan polet young chicken (Occitan polet), Catalan pollet (late 14th cent.)" (OED). Details
Bulgarian álne

young chamois

f Dialectal Details
Irish lao

young calf

m Details
Sanskrit vatsatará-

young bull; young goat

m Details
Portuguese novilho

young bull, young ox

m Details
Albanian (Tosk) dem

young bull, bullock

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

young bull, bull calf

m Details
Sanskrit damya-

young bull to be tamed

m Details

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