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Proto-IE: *pēm-
Meaning: rough (skin); itch, scab
Old Indian: pāmán- `a k. of skin disease, cutaneous eruption, scab', pāmaná-, pāmara- `scabby'
Avestan: pāman- 'Krätze, Fläche, Trockenheit'
Latin: pēminōsus (/ paeminōsus) `brüchig, rissig'
Russ. meaning: шероховатый (о коже)/чесотка
References: WP II 8 f
Proto-IE: *pē(n)s-
Meaning: sand
Hittite: passila- c. 'Kieselstein', (?) passu-, pissu- 'Felsblock?' (Friedrich 165, 170)
Old Indian: pāṁsú- m., pāṁsuka- n. `dust, sand'
Avestan: pąsnu- 'Staub, Sand'
Slavic: *pēsъkъ
Russ. meaning: песок
References: WP II 68
Proto-IE: *pēy-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to damage, to be ill-meaning
Old Indian: pī́yati `to blame, abuse, revile', pī́yaka- m. `abuser', pīyú- `scornful, injurious', piyāru- `censuring, mocking, injurious'
Armenian: hivand `schwach, krank' (-v- < -m-)
Old Greek: pē̂ma n. `Unheil, Leid, Not', a-pḗmōn `ohne Unheil, unbeschädigt', pēmái̯nō `ein Leid zufügen, beschädigen'; pēró-, att. pē̂ro- `an einem Gebrechen leidend; blind (von den Augen)', á-pēro- `unverstümmelt', talái̯-pōro- `Drangsal oder Mühsal erduldend, geplagt, unglücklich'; prs. pōreîn = kēdeúein, penthêin Hsch., aor. pōrē̂sai = lüpē̂sai' Hsch., pōrētǘs = talaipōría (Hsch.), pō̂ro-s = ho talaípōros Hsch.
Germanic: *fij-ē- vb.
Latin: paene `beinahe, fast'; paenitet, -ēre, -uit `er reut mich, ich empfinde Reue'; pēnūria f. `Mangel'; patior, -ī, passus sum `dulden, erdulden, zulassen'
Russ. meaning: намеревать зло
References: WP II 8
Proto-IE: *pid-
Meaning: to give birth
Germanic: *fit-a-
Celtic: *hidVn- > OIr idu, gen. idan, pl. n. idain `Geburtswehen, Schmerz'
Russ. meaning: рожать
References: WP II 70
Proto-IE: *pik-
Meaning: resin
Old Greek: píssa, att. pítta f. `Pech'
Slavic: *pьklъ, *pьklo, *pьcьlъ
Baltic: ? *pik-i- (2) c.
Latin: pix, gen. -cis f. `Pech, Teer'
Russ. meaning: смола
References: WP II 73 f
Proto-IE: *pik- (-kh-)
Meaning: knot, lump
Avestan: pixa- 'Knoten' (in nava-pixǝm 'neuknotigen')
Baltic: *pik-a- c., *pik-ā̂ f.
Russ. meaning: узел, комок
References: WP II 70
Proto-IE: *pik'- ?
Meaning: a k. of animal
Old Indian: piśá- m. `a sort of deer'
Slavic: *pьsъ
Russ. meaning: зверек sp.
References: WP II 9 f
Proto-IE: *pil- (Gr pt-)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: hair, down
Old Greek: ptílo-n n. `Flaum, Flaumfeder, Daune, Insektenflügel'
Latin: pilus, -ī `Haar'
Russ. meaning: волос, пух
References: WP II 71
Proto-IE: *pils-
Meaning: filt
Old Greek: pī̂lo-s m. `Filz, Filzhut; Filzschuh, -decke usw.'
Slavic: *pьlstь
Latin: pilleum, -ī n., pilleus, -ī m. `Filzkappe, Filzmütze'
Russ. meaning: войлок
References: WP II 71
Proto-IE: *pin-
Meaning: stake, stub, board
Old Indian: pínāka- m. n. `staff, bow; trident or three-pronged spear'
Old Greek: pínak-s, -akos m. `hölzernes Brett, Teller, Schreibtafel, öffentlicges Verzeichnis, Karte, Gemälde'
Slavic: *pьnjь
Russ. meaning: кол, пень, доска
References: WP II 71
Proto-IE: *pis-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to pound, to thresh
Old Indian: pinaṣṭi, ptc. piṣṭá- `to crush, grind, pound'; peṣtar- `who or what pounds or grinds'
Avestan: pišant- `zerstampfend'
Old Greek: ptíssō (att. -ttō), aor. ptísai̯, p. ptisthē̂nai̯, pf. m. éptismai̯, va. á-ptisto- `durch Stampfen usw. Körner enthulsen, zerschroten'; pticánǟ f. `Gerstengraupen, Gerstengrütze', ptísma n. `Gerstengraupen', ptísi-s f. `das Enthulsen', ptismó-s `das Enthülsen', pl. peri-ptísmata `ausgepresste Weintrauben'
Slavic: *pьxā́tī, *pьšjǭ, *pьšjeno, -ī́cā; *pē̃stъ, *pēstā́
Baltic: *pis- (*pis-a-) vb. tr., *paĩs-ī̂- vb., *peĩs-t-ā̂ f., peĩs-t-a- c.,
Germanic: *pī́s-Vl=
Latin: pīnsō, -ere, pīnsī/-pīnsuī, *pistum/pīnsum `kleinstampfen, zerstossen'; pīsāre/pīnsāre `zerstampfen, zerstossen'; pistor, -ōris `Bäcker'; pistrīnum n. `Stampfmühle; Bäckerei'; pīsō `Mörser'; pīla f. `Mörser', pīlum n. `Mörsekeule; Wurfspiess', pistillum n. `Stampfer'
Other Italic: Umbr pistu `pistum'
Russ. meaning: толочь, обмолачивать
References: WP II 1
Proto-IE: *pīp-, *peip-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: a k. of bird
Old Indian: píppakā f. `a sp. of bird', pippī́kā f. id.
Old Greek: pī̂po-s, píppo-s, píphiŋk-s, -ik-s, -āk-s Namen unbekannter Vögel
Slavic: *pīpā (Sloven pípa `Huhn')
Baltic: *peîpal-ā̂ (Lith 1) f., *peîpal-a- c., *paîpal-ā̂ (Lett 2) f., *paipul-iā̃ f., *penpal-ā̂ f.
Latin: pīpiō, -ōnis m. `Piepvogel, Täubchen'
Russ. meaning: птица (вид)
References: WH
Proto-IE: *pīt-
Meaning: pine
Old Indian: pītu-dāru- m. `a k. of tree' (Pinus deodora)
Other Iranian: Vakh. pit `a k. of coniferous tree'
Old Greek: pítü-s, -üos, pl. dat. pítüssin f. `Fichte, Käfer, Pinie'
Latin: pīnus, gen. -ūs/-ī `Fichte, Föhre, Kiefer'
Albanian: pishë `Fichte, Kien(fackel)'
Russ. meaning: дерево
References: WP II 73 f
Proto-IE: *plAwǝk-
Meaning: hair, fibres, etc.
Baltic: *plaûk-a- c., *plaûk-ā̂ f. (1)
Germanic: *flukk-ōn- f., -an- m., *flukk-a- m., *flu[k]-s-ōn- f.
Russ. meaning: волосы, волокна
References: Fraenkel 607 f
Proto-IE: *plāk-, -g-
Meaning: to beat, to hit; to weep
Old Greek: 1) plǟ́ssō, att. -ttō, ek-plǟ́gnümai̯, aor. plǟ̂ksai̯, hom. péplǟgon, p. plǟgē̂nai̯ /-plagē̂nai̯, plǟkhthē̂nai̯, pf. péplaga, p. péplǟgmai̯ `(zu)schlagen, stossen, treffen', pass. `geschlagen, gestossen, getroffen, betroffen, werden'; plǟgǟ́ f. `Schlag, Wunde etc.', plǟ̂gma n. `id.', plǟgmó-s m. `id.'; plǟksi-s f. `das Schlagen', plǟ̂ktro-n n. `Werkzeug zum Schlagen, Schlägel', plǟktḗr m. `id.', plǟ́ktōr m. `Schläger', plǟ́ktǟ-s m. `id.', -plǟk-s, -gos `gestossen'; 2) plázdō, -omai̯, aor. pláŋksai̯, p. epláŋkhthēn `verschlagen, zurückschlagen, von der rechten Bahn abbringen, irremachen', m.-p. `vschlagen werden, abirren, umherschweifen'; planktǘs-s, -ǘos f. `das Umherschweifen', plaŋktḗr m. `Verwirrer' (Bein. des Dionysios), pláŋktei̯ra atrapitós `der Tierkreis'
Slavic: *plā́kātī, *plā́čjǭ; *plākъ, *plāčjь
Baltic: *plak- (*plak-a-) vb. tr., *plak-t-a- c., *plak-t-uw-iā̃ f., -a- c., *plāk-ia- c.
Germanic: *flōk-a- vb., *flōk-ō- vb.
Latin: plangō, -ere, plānxī, plānctum `schlagen; sich schlagen; an die Brust schlagen, wehklagen; betrauern'; plāga f. `Schlag, Wunde'
Celtic: *hlang- > MIr lēn, ge. leoin `Wehklage, Wehmut', lēssaim `schlage heftig'
Russ. meaning: бить, бить себя в грудь (> плакать)
References: WP II 91 f
Proto-IE: *pleig(')h-
Meaning: to walk, to step
Old Indian: plehate `to go, move'
Old Greek: plíssomai̯ `die Beine ausspreizen, ausschreiten', aor. ap-eplíksato `machte sich in grossen Sprüngen davon', pf. dia-peplikhós (stóma) `offenstehend', ps. dia-pepligméno- `mit gespreizten Beinen', peri-pepligméno- `mit ringsherumgelegten Beinen', ek-plíssomai̯ `auseinanderk laffen (von Wunden usw.)', plikhás, -ádos f. `die Spreize, Stelle zwischen den Schenkeln', plík-s = bǟ̂ma (Sch., dor.); plígma n. `das Spreizen, die Spreize', adv. amphi-plíks `mit gespreizten Beinnn'
Russ. meaning: идти, шагать
References: WP II 684
Proto-IE: *plein-
Meaning: metal arrow-, spear-head, hook
Baltic: *pleĩn-a- c., *plain-[a]- m.
Germanic: *flain-a- m.
Russ. meaning: металлический наконечник (стрелы, копья), крюк
References: Fraenkel 623
Proto-IE: *plek'-
Meaning: to weave
Old Indian: praśna- m. `basket-work, plaited basket [or turban]'
Old Greek: plékō, ptc. plegnǘmeno-, aor. pléksai̯, p. plekhthē̂nai̯, plakē̂nai̯, pf. péplokha, péplekha, p. péplegmai̯, va. plektó- `flechten, stricken, drehen, schlingen; plektǟ́ `Windung, Strick, Tau, Fischreuse', plégma n. `Geflecht, Flechtwerk etc.', plékos n. `Flechtwerk, Korbarbeit', pléksi-s f. `das Flechten, Umschlingen etc.', Samos pl. plektra n. `Flechtwerk', em-pléktǟ-s `Haarflechter', plégdǟn `verflochten, verschlungen', plókano-n n. `Flechtwerk, Strick usw.', plokǟ́ `Geflecht, Gewebe, Verflechtung usw.'; plóko-s m. `Geflecht, Kranz, Halsband', plókamo-s m. `Haarlocke, plokhmó-s m. `Haarlocke'
Slavic: *plestī, *pletǭ
Germanic: *flix-t-a- vb., *flix-t-ō- vb.; *flax-s-a- n.; *flak-an- m.
Latin: plicō, -āre, -āvī/-uī, -ātum/-icitum `falten, zusammenfalten, zusammenwickeln'; complex `Bundesgenose, Teilhaber'; com-, im-, replictus; duplex, tri-, quadru-, quīnqui-, decemplex; plectō, -ere, plexī (/ plexuī), plexum `flechten, ineinanderfügen', plecta f. `Geflecht'
Albanian: pĺɛhurē `grobe Leinwand, Segel'
Russ. meaning: плести
References: WP II 97 f
Proto-IE: *plens-
Meaning: to twist, to distort, to shatter
Baltic: *pleñš- (-ja-) vb.
Germanic: *flanz-ō- vb., *flans=, *fluns=
Russ. meaning: крутить, кривить, крушить
References: Fraenkel 620
Proto-IE: *plet-
Meaning: shoulder
Old Greek: ōmo-plátǟ `Schulterblatt'
Slavic: *pletje
Celtic: OIr leithe `Schulter'
Russ. meaning: плечо
References: WP II 99 f
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