Cognate class 1029

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Citation: Matasović, Ranko (2009) Etymological Dictionary of Proto-Celtic. Leiden: Brill. Pages: 49 View Proto-Celtic *awV- (?) 'liver'.
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Old Irish óa, áe o:a (?), ai liver óa is the Old Irish form, but not well attested. From the Middle Irish period the term is aé ★★★ View
2 Old Cornish auu liver ★★★ View
3 Middle Cornish avi avi liver AF avy, avey ★★ View
4 Old Breton avu liver Middle Breton. ★★★ View
5 Middle Breton auu, auv, affu, eü ˈaːvy liver ★★★ View
6 Breton avu ˈaːvy liver ★★★ View
7 Old Welsh afu liver Middle Welsh. ★★★ View
8 Welsh iau, afu liver North, south Wales. ★★★ View
9 Irish ae e: liver ★★ View
10 Scottish Gaelic atha liver ★★★ View
11 Manx aane liver ★★★ View
12 [Legacy] Breton St avu ɑːvy liver ★★★ View
13 [Legacy] Breton Se AHU liver ★★ View
14 [Legacy] Welsh C AFU liver ★★ View
15 [Legacy] Irish A AE, AENNA (PL.) liver ★★ View