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worm

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Description

1. A snake has eyes, a worm has no eyes.
2. A worm has crawled out of the ground over there.

Earthworm. Not to be confused with No.106 ‘snake’ or with ‘intestinal worm’ (e.g., ‘tapeworm’) and ‘larvae’ (incl. ‘caterpillars’). (Kassian et al. 2010)

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Wordlist: all

ID Language Source Form Phonological Form Notes Cognate Class
114 Proto-Indo-European *wr̥mi- B View
81 Tocharian A walyi pl. H View
82 Tocharian B yel H View
88 Albanian KRYMI A View
143 Standard Albanian krimb Also krym. A View
2 Albanian Sicily KRIMP A View
4 Albanian Corinth KRIMP A View
3 Albanian Gheg KARREMA, KRYMI A View
6 Albanian Tosk GELHISTER / KRIMP A View
110 Ancient Greek εὐλή eulɛ́ː G.sg. εὐλῆς T View
32 Greek σκουλήκι skuˈlici D View
31 Greek Lesbos SKOULEKI D View
129 Classical Armenian որդն ord-n C View
8 Armenian Eastern որդ ord C View
8 Armenian Eastern čiču ʧiˈʧu View
7 Armenian Western որդ vortʰ C View
136 Sogdian kyc’kh Sogdian N View
75 Wakhi PERIC O View
9 Baluchi KIRM A View
137 Zazaki bir̄ A View
72 Tajik kirm kirm A View
54 Persian KERM A View
77 Waziri CHENJAI N View
1 Pashto KIRM A View
139 Sarikoli čerm A View
139 Sarikoli pil(l)o O View
124 Ossetic Iron kalm kalm A View
125 Ossetic Digor zolk'ɐ zolk'ɐ P View
105 Vedic Sanskrit kŕ̥mis A View
162 Pāḷī kimi A View
51 Nepali KIRO E View
106 Assamese pok pok J View
102 Oriya pokɔ pokɔ J View
10 Bengali POKA J View
111 Bihari cali cali ‘worms’ (disease context) (R) View
144 Magahi कीडा kiɽɑ E View
35 Hindi kira kiːɽaː E View
119 Urdu چُوہا ʧuhɑ E View
103 Sindhi kiiRo ‘worm, any creeping thing, a ... E View
43 Lahnda KIRA E View
53 Punjabi KIRA E View
33 Gujarati KIRO E View
50 Marathi kidā ki'ɖa E View
40 Kashmiri KIRM, KYOMU A View
65 Sinhalese PANUWA Q View
34 Romani Greece KERMO (A) View
100 Old Church Slavonic чрьвь tʃr̩ʲvɪ̆ A View
95 Serbo-Croatian črv tʃr̂ːv A View
15 Bulgarian червей ˈtʃɛrvɘj A View
92 Macedonian црв tsərv A View
60 Russian червь tʃɛrvʲ A View
55 Polish robak ˈrɔbak I View
16 Belarusian чарвяк tʂarvʲak A View
73 Ukrainian черв’як tʂɛrˈvjak An alternative lexeme is 'робак ... A View
66 Slovak červ tʃɛrv A View
18 Czech červ tʃɛrv A View
48 Sorbian Upper čerw ˈtʃɛʀ A View
47 Sorbian Lower cerw tsɛr A View
97 Slovenian črv tʃə̂ːrw A View
108 Old Prussian slayx ‘earthworm’ K View
44 Latvian tā̀̀rps L View
46 Lithuanian KIRMELE split from DKB A View
46 Lithuanian SLIEKAS split from DKB K View
109 Old Norse ormr ormr B View
109 Old Norse maðkr maðkr in the ground, ‘larva’ F View
36 Icelandic ormur ˈɔrmʏr B View
36 Icelandic maðkur ˈmaθkʰʏr Replaced MAOKR. Also 'maggot'. F View
23 Faroese maðkur ˈmaʰkːʊɹ split from DKB F View
23 Faroese ormur ˈɔɹmʊɹ split from DKB B View
58 Norwegian Riksmal mark maɾk F View
58 Norwegian Riksmal orm uɾm B View
159 Stavangersk makk makː F View
159 Stavangersk årm ɔʁm B View
157 Old Swedish madhker ˈmaðker F View
69 Swedish larv larv 'Grub'. (F) View
69 Swedish mask mask F View
71 Swedish Vilhelmina MARK MASK F View
70 Swedish Uppland MASK F View
145 Elfdalian makk mɑkː "makk" = worm, larvae, bugs. "åma ... F View
20 Danish orm oɐ̯ˀm B View
158 Danish Fjolde uorm uoɹm B View
161 Gutnish Lau mack makː F View
99 Old English wyrm B View
22 English worm wɜ:m B View
26 Frisian wjirm vjɪrm B View
21 Dutch worm wɔrm B View
24 Flemish WORM B View
83 Afrikaans WURM B View
87 Sranan WOROM, WORM B View
126 Old High German wurm B View
27 German Wurm vʊrm B View
86 Pennsylvania Dutch WAAREM B View
120 Luxembourgish Wuerm B View
121 German Switzerland wurm B View
107 Gothic maþa F View
107 Gothic waúrms snake, worm' B View
112 Latin uermis ˈwermis G.sg. uermis B View
17 Catalan cuc kuk removed final -H and CUCA. View
56 Portuguese GUSANO split from DKB G View
56 Portuguese BICHO split from DKB M View
56 Portuguese verme ˈvɛɾmɨ B View
68 Spanish gusano gu'sano G View
61 Sardinian Cagliari BREMI B View
62 Sardinian Logudoro BERME B View
63 Sardinian Nuoro MERME B View
85 French Creole Dominica VE B View
76 Walloon VIER B View
25 French ver vɛʀ B View
57 Provencal VERME, TORO, CANIHO B View
42 Ladin VERM, VIERM B View
146 Dolomite Ladino verm B View
122 Friulian vier B View
39 Italian verme 'vɛrme B View
59 Romanian vierme B View
74 Vlach IERMU B View
127 Old Irish cruim kruṽʹ A View
101 Middle Cornish pryv prɪ:v AF prýf A View
101 Middle Cornish kenak ‘lugworm, small worm’ View
172 Middle Breton preff, pref, preu ˈpreːṽ A View
12 Breton preñv prɛ̃v, prẽw A View
79 Welsh abwydyn View
79 Welsh pryf (A) View
38 Irish péist pʲeːʃtʲ (S) View
38 Irish cruimh (A) View
115 Scottish Gaelic cnuimh (A) View
115 Scottish Gaelic boiteag View
5 [Legacy] Albanian T KRIMB A View
29 [Legacy] Greek K SKOLEKS D View
28 [Legacy] Greek D SKOULEKI D View
30 [Legacy] Greek Md SKOULEKI D View
64 [Legacy] Serbocroatian CRV A View
113 [Legacy] Serbian glista ɡlǐːsta Earthworm. View
113 [Legacy] Serbian crv A View
89 [Legacy] Bulgarian P CERVEJ A View
49 [Legacy] Macedonian CRV A View
94 [Legacy] Russian P CERV A View
93 [Legacy] Polish P CZERW A View
90 [Legacy] Byelorussian P CARV AK A View
98 [Legacy] Ukrainian P CERV AK A View
19 [Legacy] Czech E CERF A View
96 [Legacy] Slovak P CERV A View
91 [Legacy] Czech P CERV A View
67 [Legacy] Slovenian GLISTA comp. Russ. GLISTA 'worm', root ... View
45 [Legacy] Lithuanian O KIRMELE A View
11 [Legacy] Brazilian verme ˈvɛʁmi split from DKB B View
11 [Legacy] Brazilian BICHO split from DKB M View
142 [Legacy] German Munich Wurm < Pr. Germ. *wurmi- 'worm'. B View
84 [Legacy] French Creole C VE TE B View
14 [Legacy] Breton St preñv prẽw A View
13 [Legacy] Breton Se PREAN A View
78 [Legacy] Welsh C MWYDYN comp. MW. MWYTH 'luxury, ease ... View
37 [Legacy] Irish A PEIST View