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Proto-IE: *grent- (-th-), -d-
Meaning: to plait, to braid, to bind, to twist
Old Indian: grathnā́ti, f. granthiṣyati `to fasten, tie or string together', grantha- m., granthí- m. `knot'
Old Greek: gróntho-s m. `geballte Faust'
Slavic: *grǭdātī sę̄ (Pol dial. grędać się `sich drehen')
Baltic: *grañd-i- c., *grund-i- m., *grañd-a- adj.
Germanic: *krant-a- m., *krant-iōn- f.; *krad-Vl-a- m., *kradd=, *kratt=
Celtic: OIr grinne `Bündel, Reisbündel, fascis'
Russ. meaning: плести, вязать, скручивать
References: WP I 590 f
piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-greek,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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