Phrygian Glossary.


1. Neroznak, V. Paleo-Balkan Languages. Moscow, 1978.
2. Fasmer, M. Etymological Dictionary of the Russian Language. Moscow, 1986.

ab- (near, nearby) (in abberet - he will bring) *ad- (to, near, by, towards)
adamna (a friend)  
addaket, addaketor (he has made) *dhé-k- (to set, to put)
adio- (unviolable)  
agorani (they are buying) < Greek agora (market)
akala (water) Thracian achel- (water), Lithuanian Akele. (the name of the river)
alu- (a priest) Hittite alwu- (magic), Lydian alus' (priest)
arg- (silver) *arg'- (to shine, white)
arg- (to direct) Greek arkhó 'I rule'
attagos (a goat)   
azena (a beard) (acc. pl.)   
bago- (the good)  
balaios (large, fast) *belo- (power, strength)
balén (a king) *belo- (power, strength)
bambalon (a penis)   
bedu (water, a river) *wed-, *wod- (wet, water)
bekos (bread)  
belté (a bog) *bhel- (white)
ber- (to bear) (in eber - he has brought, abberet - he will bring) *bher- (to carry, to bring)
bonekos (a wife) *gwen- (a wife, a woman)
cin (a sort, a kind) *g'en- (to be born, a knee, a kin)
dadón (they gave) *dó- (to give)
dahet (he sets) *dhé-k- (to set, to put)
daos, davos (a wolf: "who kills") *dhaw- (to press, to kill)
dareios (a keeper)  
dúmos (an assembly) *domu- (a house, a building)
edaes (he put, he has set up) *dhé- (to put, to set)
eistani (they are setting) *stá- (to stand)
eksis (a hedgehog) Slavic *ezji, Greek ekhinos, Armenian ozni, Lithuanian ez'ys (a hedgehog)
en-park (to raise) *bhergh- (high)
es' (a donkey)  *ekwo- (a horse)
eti (and) Latin et (and), Greek eti (also, more), Gothic (and, but)
ev- (kind, good) *wes- (ggod)
gelaros, gallaros (sister-in-law) *g'al- (brother's wife)
germe (warm) *gwher-, *gwher-m- (hot, heat)
glanos (a hyena)  
glunea, glúros (gold) Avestan zaranya-, Slavic *zlato, Gothic gulþ (gold)
glúron (a lawn)  
gordum, zordum (a city) *gher- (to fence), *ghro-dh- (a stockade)
garman (a battle)  
iman (a cult image) Hittite himma-
ios (which, that; relative pronoun) *yos (relative pronoun - dialectal in Proto-IE: Sanskrit yas, Old Persian ya-, Greek hos)
kan (to pronounce) *ghan- (to open mouth)
kavar- (a sacred place) Lydian kave (priest) < IE *k'eu- (to foresee)
kiklén (a wheel) IE *kwel- 'to roll, a wheel'
kimeros (a mind, a desire)  
knuman (a tomb)  
kunes (dogs; nom. pl.)  *kwon- (a dog)
lawagtaei (a military leader) *laHwo- (people, army), Mycenaean Greek lawagtas 'leader'
matar (a mother) *mátér- (mother)
meka- (great) *megh- (large, great)
memevais (an advisor) < Hittite mema- (to speak)
mosuna (a tower)  
orú (upwards) *or- (to stand, to rise up) - only for inanimate
pikerion (an ointment)  
satine (a chariot)   
semou(n) (this; dat. sg.) *so- (this), Celtic *sindos
sideto (let him be a success) *seidh-
tiama, teama (a stele) *dhé- (to put)
tios (gods) *deiwo- (sky god)
qri (three) *treyes, neut. *trí (three)
tiveia (a goddess, a divine she) < Luwian tiwat- (god of daylight)
tov- (to sacrifice) *dheu- (to sacrifice)
vaso (good, kind) < Hittite wesu- (good)
ve, oe (self) *swe- (self)
wit- (to know) *weid-, *wid- (to know, to see)
witeto (he looked) *weid-, *wid- (to know, to see)
zelkia (vegetables) *g'hel- (green, grass)
zemeló- (a slave, a person, man on ground) *dhghom- (ground), Slavic *zemja, Lithuanian zeme. (ground)
zetna (a gate)  
zeuman (a jet, a stream; *gheu-, *gheu-d- (liquid, to pour)

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