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Cognate class 1007

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Notes if cogn. with OIr. TRAIG, then cogn. with 'turn' in /cognate/660/.
Citation: Matasović, Ranko (2009) Etymological Dictionary of Proto-Celtic. Leiden: Brill. Pages: 389 View From Proto-Celtic *treget- 'foot', cf. PIE *tregʰ- 'run, walk' (IEW 1089).
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Gaulish treide foot A late Gaulish form corresponding to earlier unattested *traget-. ★★★ View
2 Old Irish traig traɣʹ foot IE root: *trăgh- / *trŏgh- / *trĕgh- ‘pull, haul, move, run’. ★★★ View
3 Old Cornish truit foot ★★★ View
4 Middle Cornish troos tro:z foot ★★★ View
5 Old Breton treit foot ★★★ View
6 Middle Breton troat ˈtroat foot ★★★ View
7 Breton troad ˈtrwɑːt foot ★★★ View
8 Old Welsh troet foot Middle Welsh. ★★★ View
9 Welsh troed trɔid foot ★★★ View
10 Irish troigh foot ★★★ View
11 Scottish Gaelic troigh foot ★★★ View
12 Manx trie foot ★★★ View
13 [Legacy] Breton St troad trwa:t foot ★★★ View
14 [Legacy] Breton Se TROED foot ★★ View
15 [Legacy] Welsh C TROED foot ★★ View
16 [Legacy] Irish A TROIGH foot split from DKB ★★ View