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- PIE *krewh̥₂s 'raw flesh; blood' > Vedic kravís, Ancient Greek κρέας (with the regular reflex of PIE syllabic laryngeal of Vedic -i- and Ancient Greek -α-)
- PIE *krewyo- > Vedic kravyás, Lithuanian kraũjas (with no -i- in Vedic, Lithuanian with circumflex accent and not acute which would have been yielded by a laryngeal)
- Kapović, Mate (2008). Uvod u indoeuropsku lingvistiku (in Croatian). Zagreb: Matica hrvatska. ISBN 978-953-150-847-6.
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