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Proto-IE: *g'h[o]r-
Meaning: gut
Hittite: karat- c. 'Leibesinneres', pl. garateš 'Eingeweide' (Tischler 499)
Old Indian: híra- m. `band, strip, fillet', hirā́ `vein, artery'
Old Greek: khordǟ́ f. `Darm, Darmsaite, Saite, Wurst'; ? khório-n n. `die den Fötus umgebende Haut, Nachgeburt; Haut innerhalb des Eis'
Baltic: *ǯar̂n-ā̂ (2) f., *ǯarn-a- c.
Germanic: *garn-ō f., -ia- n.
Latin: haruspex, -icis m. `Eingeweideschauer', hariolus m. `Wahrsager'; hīra f. `Leerdarm', pl. `Eingeweide', pl. hīllae `die kleineren Därme; Würste'; hernia f. `Leibschaden, Bruch'
Other Italic: Falisc haras<pex> 'Eingeweideschauer'
Russ. meaning: кишка
References: WP I 604
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