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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *Ait-
Meaning: deer, ram
Old Indian: éta- m., étā f. `a k. of deer or antelope'
Baltic: *ãit-ā f.
Russ. meaning: скот (олень/баран)
References: WP I 3
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Baltic etymology :

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Proto-Baltic: *ãit-ā f.
Meaning: sheep
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: àita, dial. àite 'als Gattungsbegriff des Schaffes; im Gegensatz zun männlichen Schaf und Lamm'
Comments: VT I:14: "wohl eine Bildung auf Grund des Demin. àitin̨a, aus avitin̨a, wie zuitin̨a aus zuvitin̨a, Fischlein (àite aus avĩte) [Adolphi Gramm. 17 gibt es avs "Schaf", Demin. avitin̨a, auch aitin̨a; die Lotavica grammatica: avs : aitin̨a]"
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