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Proto-IE: *ag'r-o-
Meaning: field
Old Indian: ájra- m. `field, plain'
Armenian: art `Acker'
Old Greek: agró-s m. `Feld, Acker'
Germanic: *akr-a- m., *akr-ōn- f.
Latin: ager, -rī m. `Acker, Feld'
Other Italic: Umbr ager `ager'
Russ. meaning: поле (пригодный для обработки участок земли)
References: WP I 37
Proto-IE: *darǝw- / *derǝw-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: field; a k. of wild cereals
Old Indian: dū́rvā f. `bent grass, panic grass, Panicum dactylon'
Old Greek: ? delph. darátai̯ f. Ben. von Kuchen, die bei Eheschliessung von einer Phratrie dargeboten wurden, dárato-s m., -n. n. Ben. eines thessalischen Brotes
Slavic: *dьrvьnjī
Baltic: *dirw-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *tarw-ōn- f.
Latin: dravoca `personacia, lappa', Rom `Lolch'
Russ. meaning: поле; полевые злаки
References: WP I 803
Proto-IE: *pel-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: field, plain
Armenian: hoɫ `Erde, Staub, Boden, Land'
Slavic: *polje; *polnīnā
Germanic: *fil-d-a- n., m., *fil-d-u- c., *fal-ōn- f., *ful-d-ō(n-) f.
Russ. meaning: поле, равнина
References: WP II 61 f
Proto-IE: *arw-/*e-
Meaning: field
Old Indian: urvárā f. `fertile soil, field yielding crop'
Avestan: urvarā `Pflanze'
Armenian: erkir `Erde'
Old Greek: ár[ọ̄]ra f. `Ackerland, Land'
Slavic: *orvьnъ(jь)
Baltic: *arw-a- adj.
Germanic: *irw-an- m., -ōn- f.
Latin: arvus, -a, -um `zum Pflügen bestimmt, Acker-, Saat-'; arva f.; arvum, -ī n. `Saatgefilde, Ackerland, Flur'
Other Italic: Umbr arvame-en `in arvam', ar(u)via `frumenta'
Celtic: MIr arbor, dat. arbaim, gen. (schon OIr) arbe, pl. n. a. arbanna (rr/n-St) `Getreide'; Cymr erw f., pl. erwi, erwydd `Feld', Corn erw, ereu `id.', OBret, MBret eru, Bret ero `Furche'
Russ. meaning: долина ровная
References: WP I 78 f
Proto-IE: *wen-
Meaning: outer space (forest, field)
Old Indian: vána- n. `forest, wood', vanā f. `piece of wood used for kindling fire by attrition'
Avestan: vanā- 'Baum'
Other Iranian: MPers van, NPers bun `Baum'
Slavic: *vъnъ
Germanic: *win-jō f., *wun-jō f.
Russ. meaning: внешнее пространство (лес, поле)
References: WP I 258 f (differently in Pok.)
Proto-IE: *pAlk'-
Meaning: fallow, field, patch
Slavic: *polsā́
Germanic: *falg-ṓ f., *falg-í- c.; *falg-iá- vb.
Russ. meaning: поле под паром, полоса пахотной земли
References: WP I 514 f
Proto-IE: *louk-
Meaning: field, meadow
Old Indian: loká- m. `free or open space, room, place'
Baltic: *lauk-a- m. (Lith CIRC/Lett AC)
Germanic: *láux-ō/*laug-ṓ f.
Latin: lūcus, -ī m. (OLat acc. loucom) `heiliger Hain, Wald'
Other Italic: Osk lúvkeí `in lūcō'
Russ. meaning: поле, не занятая лесом земля
References: WP II 408 f
Proto-IE: *(s)trAnt-
Meaning: strand, field
Baltic: ? *tren̂t-ā̂ f. (1)
Germanic: *strind-i- c., *strand-a- n., -ō f.
Russ. meaning: полоса земли
References: WP II 638 f
Comments: Same as *stern-?
Proto-IE: *reudh-
Meaning: to remove, to take off; to grub woods for making a cornfield
Tokharian: A, B rutk- 'move; remove, take off'
Old Indian: ruṇáddhi, rundhati, ptc. ruddhá- 'to obstruct, check, prevent, withhold'
Avestan: raoδaiti 'hält ab'; ptc. ft. pass. raoδya-, raoiδya- 'urbar zu machend'
Germanic: *riud-a- vb., *riud-ia- vb., *riud-ia- n., *riud-ī(n-) f., *rud-ja- vb.
Russ. meaning: убирать, лишать, задерживать
References: Adams 538.
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