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rope

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Description

1. He tied the logs together with rope.
2. She tied the boat to the jetty with a rope.

Try to avoid eliciting terms for related materials such as string, twine, etc. Contexts here indicate the strength of rope, as opposed to strong or twine, which couldn't be used for the saem purposes.

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ID Language Source Form Phonological Form Notes Cognate Class
80 Hittite ishimas = Skt. SĀ-, SI- 'to bind ... X View
81 Tocharian A sparp IE *suerbh- 'to twist, wipe ... View
88 Albanian LITARI C View
88 Albanian KONOPI (E) View
143 Standard Albanian litar C View
2 Albanian Sicily TRIKUZ D View
4 Albanian Corinth TELH View
3 Albanian Gheg LITARI C View
6 Albanian Tosk TERKUZE D View
110 Ancient Greek δεσμός dezmós EXCLUDE. (S) View
110 Ancient Greek κάλως kálɔːs G.sg. κάλω. ('Attic declension ... R View
110 Ancient Greek πεῖσμα péì̯sma EXCLUDE. (W) View
110 Ancient Greek σπάρτον spárton EXCLUDE. IE *sper-, sperg- 'wrap ... View
32 Greek σκοινί sçiˈni L View
31 Greek Lesbos SKOINI L View
129 Classical Armenian պարան paran Y View
129 Classical Armenian տոռն toṙn Usually derived from *dor(bh ... View
129 Classical Armenian malowx View
129 Classical Armenian չուան tʃʰəvɑn H View
8 Armenian Eastern T`OK Martirosyan gives TIK 'cord, wineskin ... View
8 Armenian Eastern պարան pɑˈɾɑn comp. /cognate/104/ Y View
7 Armenian Western չուան tʃʰəvɑn H View
75 Wakhi NUS Ae View
75 Wakhi SIVEN W View
75 Wakhi TUNOV O View
75 Wakhi DEROWI Af View
9 Baluchi REZ T View
137 Zazaki resen T View
72 Tajik ARWAMCINI Ag View
54 Persian TANAB O View
77 Waziri PERAI A View
1 Pashto PERAJ A View
138 Shughni (sar)bānd W View
139 Sarikoli vыx̆, vůx̆ W View
52 Ossetic baendaen bændæn = Oss. BAEDDYN 'to bind'? (Cheung ... W View
124 Ossetic Iron bɐttɐn bɐttɐn W View
125 Ossetic Digor bɐttɐn bɐttɐn W View
105 Vedic Sanskrit dā́ma (S) View
105 Vedic Sanskrit rájjus IE *rezg- (Walde 1930: 2 ... Ah View
162 Pāḷī rajju Ah View
41 Khaskura JIURI prob. deriv. fr. Skt. JYÁ ... Aj View
41 Khaskura DORI F View
41 Khaskura SUTARI ext. fr. SUT 'fibre, twine ... Ai View
51 Nepali DORI F View
106 Assamese rɔsi rɔsi T View
102 Oriya ḍorɔ ɖorɔ AF? dɔuḍiu F View
10 Bengali DORI F View
111 Bihari rəssa rəssa T View
144 Magahi जउरी ɟəuri Aj View
144 Magahi रासा,रस्सी rɑsɑ, rəssi T View
104 Marwari jewaḍī View
104 Marwari jūṇṇa ‘life, a coil of rope' View
104 Marwari raṇḍū Shekh. (?) View
35 Hindi dori ɖori F View
35 Hindi RESSA T View
119 Urdu رسّا، رسّی ɾəsːə, ɾəsːi T View
103 Sindhi ra(s)sī T View
103 Sindhi nōṛī View
43 Lahnda RESSI T View
53 Punjabi RESSA T View
33 Gujarati DORERU F View
50 Marathi dor doɾ F View
40 Kashmiri RAZ T View
65 Sinhalese LANUWA View
34 Romani Greece SKINI (L) View
100 Old Church Slavonic врьвь vrɪ̆vɪ̆ I View
95 Serbo-Croatian konopac ˈkɔ̌nɔpats (E) View
15 Bulgarian въже vəˈʒɛ Alternative lexemes are: 'шнур' (rather ... M View
92 Macedonian јаже ˈjaʒɛ M View
60 Russian верёвка vʲi'rʲɔvka I View
55 Polish sznur ʂnur Mizerski prefers /lexeme/29395/. (U) View
55 Polish lina ˈlina Preferred to /lexeme/12479/ by ... (V) View
16 Belarusian вяроўка vʲaˈrɔwka Alternative lexemes are 'матуз', 'ліна ... I View
73 Ukrainian мотуз ˈmɔtuz The most neutral/general lexeme ... J View
66 Slovak povraz ˈpɔvraz Alternative lexemes are 'lano, šnúra ... Ak View
18 Czech provaz ˈprɔvaz Alternative lexemes are 'šňůra', 'lano ... M View
48 Sorbian Upper powjaz ˈpojaz An alternative lexeme is 'štryk ... M View
47 Sorbian Lower powrjoz ˈpowrʲɔz Ak View
97 Slovenian vrv və̂ːrw I View
108 Old Prussian wirbe I View
44 Latvian vìrve I View
44 Latvian taũva (B) View
46 Lithuanian VIRVE I View
109 Old Norse taug, tog tauɡ, toɡ AF taug (B) View
109 Old Norse reip rɛip K View
109 Old Norse strengr strenɣr = NE STRONG < IE *stren-k- besides ... (Z) View
109 Old Norse síma ˈsiːma (X) View
36 Icelandic strengur ˈstrɛŋɡ̊ʏr Z View
36 Icelandic taug tʰøɪːɣ B View
36 Icelandic reipi ˈreiːpʰɪ K View
23 Faroese reip ɹaiːp K View
23 Faroese tog tʰo: (Hemp) rope. B View
58 Norwegian Riksmal tau tœʏ B View
58 Norwegian Riksmal rep ɾeːp K View
58 Norwegian Riksmal line ˈlìːnə (V) View
159 Stavangersk reib ʁɛɪb K View
159 Stavangersk təu təʉ B View
157 Old Swedish tugh tuːɣ B View
157 Old Swedish rep reːp K View
157 Old Swedish simi ˈsiːmi X View
69 Swedish rep re:p split from DKB K View
69 Swedish tåg toːɡ B View
69 Swedish lina ˈlì:na split from DKB (V) View
71 Swedish Vilhelmina REP K View
70 Swedish Uppland REP K View
145 Elfdalian tråss Aa View
145 Elfdalian riep rɪɛp K View
20 Danish reb ʁɛˀb̥ K View
20 Danish tov tɒw B View
158 Danish Fjolde töv tœw B View
158 Danish Fjolde rieb ɹieb K View
160 Old Gutnish tug nominative not attested B View
161 Gutnish Lau raip raɪp K View
161 Gutnish Lau tug tuːɡ B View
99 Old English streng = NE string. Z View
99 Old English sāl X View
99 Old English rāp K View
22 English rope rəʊp K View
26 Frisian tou tɔ.u B View
21 Dutch touw tɑu split from DKB B View
21 Dutch koord kort split from DKB (G) View
24 Flemish TOUW B View
83 Afrikaans TOU B View
87 Sranan TETEI View
126 Old High German seil X View
126 Old High German stric Perhaps < Lat stringere 'draw tight ... View
126 Old High German strang Z View
27 German Seil zaĭl X View
86 Pennsylvania Dutch SCHTRICK = Lat. STRINGERE View
120 Luxembourgish Seel X View
121 German Switzerland seili X View
107 Gothic in-sailjanu ‘to tie with ropes’ X View
107 Gothic raip ‘thong’ K View
112 Latin fūnis ˈfuːnis G.sg. fūnis. Q View
17 Catalan corda 'kɔɾðə G View
17 Catalan cordill 'kuɾðiʎ 'cord, string'. G View
56 Portuguese corda ˈkɔɾðɐ Removed BARACO. G View
68 Spanish cuerda 'kweɾða G View
61 Sardinian Cagliari FUNI Q View
62 Sardinian Logudoro FUNE Q View
63 Sardinian Nuoro KANNAU View
85 French Creole Dominica KOD G View
76 Walloon CWEDE G View
25 French corde kɔʀd G View
57 Provencal CORDO G View
42 Ladin CORDA G View
146 Dolomite Ladino corda G View
123 Romansh corda G View
122 Friulian cuarde G View
39 Italian corda 'kɔrda G View
59 Romanian frânghie split from DKB, < Lat. FIMBRIA ... View
59 Romanian ODGON split from DKB, maybe fr ... View
74 Vlach FUNI Q View
127 Old Irish loman loṽən (Ac) View
127 Old Irish tét tʹe:d N View
127 Old Irish súainem su:ənʹəṽʹ View
101 Middle Cornish guzen View
101 Middle Cornish lovan 'lɔvan etym. dub. (Buck 1949: 549) Ac View
172 Middle Breton cordenn, corden ˈkorden Ab, (G) View
12 Breton kordenn ˈkɔrdɛn Ab, (G) View
79 Welsh rhaff (K) View
38 Irish téad tʲiad̪ˠ, tʲeːd̪ˠ Munster, Connacht. N View
115 Scottish Gaelic ròpa Ad, (K) View
5 [Legacy] Albanian T LITAR C View
29 [Legacy] Greek K SCHOINION L View
29 [Legacy] Greek K CHONDRON L View
28 [Legacy] Greek D SKOINI L View
30 [Legacy] Greek Md SKOINI L View
30 [Legacy] Greek Md PALAMARI fr. PALAMEE '(flat) hand, device ... View
64 [Legacy] Serbocroatian KONOPAC (E) View
113 [Legacy] Serbian uže cord, string' I View
113 [Legacy] Serbian konopac kǒnopats (E) View
113 [Legacy] Serbian kanap kǎnaːp 'String, twine, cord'. From Turkish ... (E) View
89 [Legacy] Bulgarian P VRUV I View
49 [Legacy] Macedonian ORTOMA View
49 [Legacy] Macedonian jáže ˈjaʒɛ I View
94 [Legacy] Russian P VER OVKA I View
93 [Legacy] Polish P POWROZ M View
90 [Legacy] Byelorussian P V AROUKA I View
98 [Legacy] Ukrainian P VIRJOUKA I View
19 [Legacy] Czech E SPAGAT P View
19 [Legacy] Czech E PROVAS M View
96 [Legacy] Slovak P POVRAZ M View
91 [Legacy] Czech P PROVAZ M View
67 [Legacy] Slovenian SPAH P View
45 [Legacy] Lithuanian O VIRVE I View
11 [Legacy] Brazilian corda ˈkɔʁdɐ G View
142 [Legacy] German Munich Seil < Pr. Germ. *saila/ō- ‘rope’. X View
84 [Legacy] French Creole C KOD split from DKB G View
84 [Legacy] French Creole C LIN split from DKB V View
14 [Legacy] Breton St kordenn 'kɔrdɛn Ab, (G) View
13 [Legacy] Breton Se KORDENN Ab, (G) View
78 [Legacy] Welsh C RHAFF (K) View
37 [Legacy] Irish A TEAD split from DKB N View