garw

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Welsh[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Celtic *garwo- (compare Old Irish garb (rough, rugged, coarse)), Proto-Indo-European *ghers (to bristle), see also Welsh garw (rough), Latin eris (hedgehog), Avestan [script?] (zarshayamna-, ruffling one's feathers), Sanskrit हर्षते (harṣate, bristles).

Adjective[edit]

garw

  1. rough, bumpy