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Proto-IE: *gʷrw-, *gʷrū-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: heavy
Tokharian: A krāmärts 'heavy', B krāmär 'weight, heaviness' (PT *krāmär) (Adams 214)
Old Indian: gurú-, comp. gárīyān `heavy, important'; gru-muṣṭí- `a great handful', gariman- m. `heaviness, weight'; garva- m. `pride, arrogance'
Avestan: gouru-zaoɵra- 'des Weihegüsse schwer, zähflüssig sind'
Other Iranian: NPers girān 'schwer' (*grāna-)
Armenian: ker `Kraft, Macht', kari `gross, sehr viel, gewaltig'
Old Greek: barǘ- `schwer(wiegend), tief (vom Ton)', báros n. `Schwere, Last'
Baltic: *grū̂-t-a- (1) adj.
Germanic: *kur-u- adj.
Latin: gravis, -e `schwer, gewichtig, drückend; lästig, beschwerlich; wichtig, bedeutend' || brūtus, -a `schwer; schwerfällig; unvernünftig'
Celtic: [ MIr bair `schwer', baire `Kummer' ]; bruth `Gewicht, Masse'; Cymr bryw `stark, Stärke'
Russ. meaning: тяжелый
References: WP I 684 f
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