ghrēu-1 : ghrǝu- : ghrū-


ghrēu-1 : ghrǝu- : ghrū-
    ghrēu-1 : ghrǝu- : ghrū-
    English meaning: to fall down
    Deutsche Übersetzung: “zusammenstũrzen, einstũrzen, auf etwas stũrzen”
    Material: Hom. Aor. ἔχραον (ἔχραFον) “ attacked, pressed “, ζαχρηής “ attacking violently, furious, raging “ (-χρᾱF-ής); Lat. ingruō, -ere “ to fall upon, assail, attack “, congruō, -ere “ to run together, come together, meet; in time, to coincide; in gen., to be suited to, correspond with, agree “; Lith. griáuju, grióviau, griáuti “ break down (trans. intr.); thunder “ (iau from ēu; out of it ŕ from:) griūvù (griųvù, Trautmann 100), griuvaũ griū́ti “ collapse, fall in ruins “ (griūvù = Lat. - gruō from *ghruu̯ō); Ltv. gŕauju, grüvu, gŕaut “ shatter “, gŕũstu, gŕuvu, gŕũt “ collapse “, gŕuveši m. pl. “ rubble “; double anlaut besides qreu- (see there)? Russ. dial. grúchnutь śa “ collapse with noise “, Clr. hrúchnuty “ rumble; crow “, Ser.-Cr. grûhüm, grúhati “crack, creak”, Sloven. grûh “ scree, stone fragments “, grúša “ coarse sand, grit “, Pol. gruchnąć “ fall down with crashing sound; hit fast “ (gruchać “ coo like the pigeon “).
    References: WP. I 647 f., WH. I 700 f., Trautmann 100. from zum Folgenden?

Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary. 2015.

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