Reconstructions

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*gnn/gny/gnˀ - to enclose, to protect, to shelter (DRS 147‒149; Kogan 2015: 209)
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*gVn(ā)z(-at)- - (dead) body, back (of body) (SED I No. 87)
Apparently related to (derived from?) this root is Sem. *gnz 'to wrap up the corpse, to prepare a body for funerals'
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*gapp-, *ˀa-gapp- - wing (SED I No. 88)
There is a trend to compare this root with Sem. *gd/ḏp 'to fly' > *gadp- 'wing' implying a secondary formation with loss of *-d-, which is unlikely
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*gapn- - tree, trunk (Fronzaroli 1969b: 8, 25, 33)
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*gūr-, *gury/w- - whelp, cub (SED II No. 82)
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*garab- - leprosy, mange, scab (SED I No. 91; Kogan 2011: 230)
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*grd - to scrape, remove hair by scraping (SED I 298 (note to No. 36))
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*gar(i)d- - back of neck (SED I No. 92)
Cf. *ḳard- 'neck, throat'; variant roots with g vs. ḳ?
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*garad- - kind of insect (SED II No. 83)
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*gVrVḏ(-Vn)- - kind of rodent (SED II No. 84)