Abbreviations

acc. accusative
Akk. Akkadian
Alb. Albanian
Anat. Anatolian
Arab. Arabic
Aram. Aramaic
Arm. Armenian
Bal. Baltic
caus. causative
CLuw. Cuneiform Luwian
du. dual
Egyp. Egyptian
f. feminine
Fal. Faliscan
Far. Faroese
Fin. Finnish
fn. footnote
FU Fenno-Ugric
FV Fenno-Volgaic
Gaul. Gaulish
gen. genitive
Germ. Germanic
Gr. Greek
Heb. Hebrew
Hes. Hesychius
Hit. Hittite
HLuw. Hieroglyphic Luwian
HU Hurro-Urartian
Hun. Hungarian
Hur. Hurrian
IE Indo-European
Ill. Illyrian
Kartv. Kartvelian
Lat. Latin
LCS Late Church Slavonic
Luw. Luwian
Lyc. Lycian
Lyd. Lydian
m. masculine
Mac. Macedonian
ME Modern English
Mord. Mordvin
MPers. Middle Persian
Myc. Mycenaean
n. noun
NC North Caucasian
NEC Northeast Caucasian
NWC Northwest Caucasian
OCS Old Church Slavonic
OHG Old High German
OIr. Old Irish
OLG Old Low German
OLith. Old Lithuanian
ON Old Norse
OPers. Old Persian
OPrus. Old Prussian
Osc. Oscan
Oss. Ossetic
Phryg. Phrygian
PIE Proto-Indo-European
pl. plural
PN Proper Noun
PNC Proto-North Caucasian
PU Proto-Uralic
RusCS Russian Church Slavonic
Sam. Samoyedic
Sem. Semitic
sg. singular
Skt. Sanskrit
Sl. Slavic
subj. subjunctive
Thr. Thracian
Toch. Tocharian
Umb. Umbrian
unsp. unspecified
Urar. Urartian
v. verb
Ved. Vedic Sanskrit