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Proto-IE: *trab-/-e-
Meaning: dwelling, room
Baltic: *trā̂b-ā̂ (1/2) f.
Germanic: *ɵurp-a- n.
Latin: trabs/trabēs, gen. -is f. `Balken, Schiff; Baumstamm, Baum; Dach, Haus'
Other Italic: Osk trííbúm `domum', tríbúd `domō', tríbarakkiuf `aedificium', trííbarakavúm `aedificāre'; Umbr tremnu `tabernāculō', trebeit `versatur'
Celtic: Cymr treb, NCymr tref, OBret treb `Wohnung'; Ir treb Wohnsitz; OIr dī-thrub, Cymr di-dref `Wüste, Einsiedelei'; a-treb-a `besitzt, wohnt'; Cymr a-thref `Wohnung, Besitzung'; Gaul Atrebates etwa `possessores' od. `Sesshafte'
Russ. meaning: жилище, комната
References: WP I 757 f
Comments: In Osk = tribus? Or a contamination?
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