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Indo-European Lexicon

Russian Reflex Index

Below we list 192 unique Russian reflex spellings (words and affixes) in an alphabetic order suitable for the language family. Every spelling is linked to one or more pages, each showing a Proto-Indo-European etymon from which the reflex is derived along with other reflexes (in Russian or other languages) derived from the same PIE etymon. A multi-morpheme reflex may, like English werewolf, be derived from multiple PIE etyma; or a single spelling may, like English bear or lie, represent multiple reflexes derived from different PIE etyma.

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ReflexEtyma
aeronavt1. nāus-
bagnóbhō̆gh-
barŭ3. bher-
bedá1. bheidh-
beluga1. bhel-
belyĭ1. bhel-
beregŭbhereg̑h-
bérežnobherg̑h-
berëzabherəg̑-
berechbherg̑h-
berma1. bherem-
bieluga1. bhel-
bieluiĭ1. bhel-
blin1. mel-
blinets1. mel-
blini1. mel-
bljustibheudh-
bobr5. bher-
bobrŭ5. bher-
bobŭbhabhā
borbhar-
borzoĭbheres-
borodabhardhā
bórošnobhares-
borshchbhar-
bort'3. bher-
bojatĭbhei-
bratbhrā́ter-
brexát'bhereg-
brexnjábhereg-
brujabh(e)reu-
bryukho1. bhreu-s-
brjacát'2. bherem-
budkabheu-
buzbhāgó-s
buzinábhāgó-s
bukvabhāgó-s
bukŭbhāgó-s
varit12. u̯er-
vieiate10. au̯(e)-
victerŭ10. au̯(e)-
voda9. au̯(e)-
volčlcau̯l̥kos
vósemok̑tō(u)
vosĭmójok̑tō(u)
vreteno3. u̯er-
vtorno-2. an-
galunualu-
glaz1. gel-
glas2. gal-
glasnost'2. gal-
gleĭ1. gel-
govet’ghou̯(ē)-
gógotha ha!
gogotát’ha ha!
golyak1. gal-
golyĭ1. gal-
gon2. ghen(-ə)-
gorngher-
gorodg̑herdh-
gorst’1. ger-
grábli2. ghrebh-
-gradg̑herdh-
gran'3. gher-
graníca3. gher-
griva1. ger-
gus'g̑han-s-
dat'dō-
dvadu̯ō(u)
dvedu̯ō(u)
dvójkadu̯ō(u)
dévjatĭe-neu̯en
devjátyje-neu̯en
dežádheig̑h-
derevoderu-
dertь4. der-
dieta3. ai-
dolbat'dhelbh-
dolbit'dhelbh-
drápat'4. der-
drapát'4. der-
drobdhrebh-
drogadherāgh-
dromъderu-
ženàgē̆nā
žurítьghou-ro-s
za-gádkaghend-
zdorovyjderu-
zemlyag̑hðem-
zemstvog̑hðem-
znatь2. g̑en-
zolovkag̑(e)lōu̯-
inej-2. ei-s-
iskatĭ1. ais-
kadiloked-
kákatĭkakka-
kvákatьku̯ak-
kvasku̯at(h)-
kishka2. (s)keu-
kobetskap-
kozelkag̑o-
koleso1. kel-
kopat'kā̆pho-
kopeĭkakā̆pho-
korá4. (s)ker-
kosák̑es-
kost’kost-
krashenina3. ker(ə)-
krivít’3. (s)ker-
krivój3. (s)ker-
krugkert-
krugómkert-
kružít'kert-
krutít'kert-
krutójkert-
krúčakert-
kuchnjapek-
lievuiilaiu̯o-
medmédhu
medvedmédhu
men5. mei-
menya1. me-
mir4. mei-
mne1. me-
molokomē̆lg̑-
molostmē̆lg̑-
muzhmanu-s
na4. an-
nagótanog-
nam3. ne-
nas3. ne-
nósnas-
odín-oi-no-
onŭ2. an-
oratōr-
oselŭers-
ósenьes-en-
paxnut'1. pē̆s-
peret3. per-
pizdapīzdā-
pleva3b. pel-
pogrom2. ghrem-
polynpelə-
porxát'2b. per-
pjatĭpenke
pjátyjpenke
rakítaarqu-
reparāp-
ronítь3. er-
rubl2. reu-
rysyjreudh-
samoeded-
svara1. su̯er-
sekach2. sē̆k-
selezenkasp(h)elg̑h(en)
semĭseptm̥
semja2. sē(i)-
seryĭg̑hðem-
sech'2. sē̆k-
sliva(s)lī-
slizkij3. lei-
slúšat'1. k̑leu-
smetána1. menth-
snégsneigh-
snovatьsnēu-
so2. sem-
staryĭstā-
strugasreu-
surázina1. reg̑-
tályjtā-
tebetū̆
tebyatū̆
tëplyjtep-
titū̆
tolkat'telek-
tópat'2. tap-
tópnut'2. tap-
trétijtrei-
troetrei-
tyjutēu-
ukazatkek̑-
ut'anət-
c̬etvërtyjketu̯er-
chernozemg̑hðem-
chub(s)keup-
čadked-
čërnyjkers-
čuchatь1. keu-
yaeg̑-
yablokoā̆bel-
yagodaōg-
yebat'eibh-