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Proto-IE: *tremǝ-
Meaning: to shake
Tokharian: A träm-, tärm- `be angry, tremble', B pl. tremi `anger' (PT *tärm-, *treme-) (Adams 319)
Old Greek: trémō, pf. tetrémēka EM (vor Furcht) zittern, beben', a-trémas, a-tréma `ohne Zittern, unbeweglich, ruhig', a-tremḗs `furchtlos'; trómo-s `Zittern, Beben, Furcht, Angst', troméō `zittern', tromeró- `furchtsam', tetremái̯nō (v. l. -tra-) `schaudere', tétromo-s, tétramo-s m. `Zittern'
Slavic: *trę̄sǭ, *trę̄stī; *trǭsī́tī; *trǭsъ
Baltic: *trem̃- (/ trem̂-) vb. tr., *trim̂- vb. intr., *tram-in̂- vb.
Germanic: *ɵrimm-a- vb., *ɵramm-ō- vb., *ɵrēm-ia- vb.; *ɵrimm-Vl-ō- vb., *ɵrumm-al-ō- vb.; *ɵramm=
Latin: tremō, -ere, -uī `zittern, erzittern, beben', tremor, -ōris m. `das Zittern; Erdbeben', tremulus, -a `zitternd, bebend'
Albanian: trɛmp, geg. trem `ich schrecke'
Russ. meaning: трясти(сь)
References: WP I 758
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