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Proto-IE: *āw- <PIH *ā->
Meaning: to note, to listen
Hittite: au(s)-/u(wa)- (II,I) 'sehen, erblicken; lesen' (Tischler 95ff)
Old Indian: āvís adv. `before the eyes, openly, evidently'
Avestan: āviš adv. `offenbar, vor Augen'
Old Greek: ai̯sthánomai̯ (und áisthomai̯), aor. ai̯sthésthai̯ `empfinden, wahrnehmen, bemerken', en-ǟéo- `wohlwollend, mild'; aíō `wahrnehmen, hören', 3 sg. áei = akoúei̯, ipv. 2 pl. áete = akoúsate (Hsch.)
Slavic: *āvītī, *āvē; *ūmъ, *ūmḗtī
Baltic: *au-mō̃ (-men-es), *ā-mō̃ (-men-es)
Latin: audiō, -īre `höre, höre an, vernehme'
Russ. meaning: замечать, слушать
References: WP I 17 f
Comments: [Rather difficult to distinguish from *awǝ- `long, wish']
Proto-IE: *bad-/-o-
Meaning: yellow, brown
Latin: badius, -a `kastanienbraun'
Celtic: OIr buide `gelb', Gaul Bodio-casses
Russ. meaning: желтый, коричневый
References: WP II 105
Proto-IE: *bait-ā-
Meaning: woollen clothes
Old Greek: bái̯tǟ `(Ziegen)fell, Zelt oder Rock aus Fell'
Germanic: *paid-ō f.
Russ. meaning: одежда из (козьей) шерсти
References: WP II 105
Proto-IE: *bak(')-
Meaning: pointed stick, peg
Old Greek: báktro-n n. `Stock, Knüppel', baktēríǟ f. `Stock, Stab, Szepter (als Wahrzeichen der Richter)'
Germanic: *pig=
Latin: baculum, -ī n. `Stab, Stock', dem. bacillum
Celtic: OIr bacc, Ir bac `Haken, Krummstab'; Cymr bach `Haken', Bret bac'h `Hacke, Stab'
Russ. meaning: острая палочка, колышек
References: WP II 104 f
Proto-IE: *bal-
Meaning: opening, hole, passage
Old Indian: bíla- n. `cave, hole, pit, opening', bílma- m. `slip, bit, chip; broken helmet'
Armenian: pelemi `höhle, grabe'
Celtic: MIr belachi `Kluft', Ir bealachi `Weg, Gebirgspass'
Russ. meaning: отверстие, проход
References: WP II 110
Proto-IE: *bal- / -e-
Meaning: strong
Old Indian: bála- n. `power, strength, might', balín- `powerful', bálīyān `more powerful', báliṣṭha- `most powerful'
Old Greek: beltíōn, béltero- `besser', béltisto-, béltato- `bester'
Slavic: *boljь, *bolje
Germanic: *pal-a- adj.
Latin: dēbilis, -e `schwach, gebrechlich, krank; lahm, verstümmelt'
Celtic: OIr adbal `valde, gewaltig', Ir dibeal(l) `alt', diblide `gebrechlich', MIr balc `fest, dick, stark'; Cymr balch `hochragend, stolz', Bret balc'h `stolz, schroff'
Russ. meaning: сильный
References: WP II 110 f, Buck 89-90.
Proto-IE: *balb-, *balbal-
Meaning: tongue-tied
Old Indian: balbalā kar- `to stammer'
Old Greek: bambái̯nō, bambalǘzdō 'chatter with the teeth'; *bambálō: bambálein = trémein, psopheîn toîs kheílesi Hsch.
Slavic: *bъlbъ, *bolbolъ, *bьlbъ (Czech blb `Tölpel')
Baltic: *balb-ē̂-, *blab-ē̂-, *blab-ē̂- vb.
Latin: babulus, -ī m. `Schwätzer'; balbus, -a `stammelnd, lallend', balbūtiō, -īre `stammeln'
Russ. meaning: плохо выговаривающий
References: WP II 106
Proto-IE: *balǝ-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: marsh
Slavic: *bólto; *bolnь, *bolnā (болотавина)
Baltic: *bal-ā̂ f., *bel-ut-iā̃ f.
Germanic: *pal-i- c., *pōl=, *pull-a- m., *pul-dr=
Celtic: ? Ir poll, pull; Cymr pwll
Albanian: bal'tε f., bal't m. Schlamm, Sumpf, Ton-Erde
Russ. meaning: болото
References: WP II 176
Proto-IE: *bamb-
Meaning: round object
Old Indian: bimba- m.n. `disk, sphere, orb', bimbā, bimbī f. `Momordica monadelpha (a plant bearing a bright-red gourd)'
Old Greek: [ bémbīks, -īkos f. `(Brumm)kreisel; Wasserstrudel' ]
Slavic: *bǭbā, *bǭbьnъ, *bǭbjь
Baltic: *bam̂b-ā̂ (1) f., *bam̃b-al-a- c., *bumb-ā f., *bum̃b-ul-a-, -ur-a- c., *bum̂b-ul-ia- c.,*bum̃b-ul-ia- c., *bumb-ā̂l-a- c.
Germanic: *pamp-ia- vb.; *pamp-ō- vb., *pamp-ō(n) f., etc.
Russ. meaning: круглый предмет
References: WP II 107 f
Proto-IE: *band-
Meaning: drop
Old Indian: bindú- m. `drop'
Celtic: Ir buinne `Strom, Welle' (o-stufig); Corn banne, banna `Tropfen'; Bret banne `Tropfen'
Russ. meaning: капля
References: WP II 110
Proto-IE: *barbar-
Meaning: speaking another language, stranger
Old Indian: barbara- `stammering', m. pl. `barbarians'
Old Greek: bárbaro-s adj./sbst. `Ausländer, ausländisch, Nicht-Grieche, ungriechisch'
Latin: baburrus `stultus, ineptus' [ cf. babit `gauriā(i)', babiger `stultus' ]
Russ. meaning: говорящий не по-нашему
References: WP II 106
Proto-IE: *bat- ?
Meaning: weakness
Old Indian: batá- m. RV 10, 10, 13 `weakling'
Celtic: Corn badus `lunaticus', bad, badt `stupide', OBret bat, NBret bad `Betäubung, Taumel', bada badaoui `unbesonnen reden', bader, badouer `Maulaffe'
Russ. meaning: слабость
References: WP II 105
Proto-IE: *bAut-
Meaning: swelling
Old Greek: *bǘtano-n (~ -ǖ-) n. `(finger) joint': bǘtana = kóndüloi Hsch.
Slavic: *bū́ta шишка, нарост; спесь, *būtъ, *būtītī
Celtic: Cymr both `umbo' (*buttā); bothel, pothel `Blatter, Blase'
Russ. meaning: вздутие
References: WP II 114 f
Proto-IE: *bdel-
Meaning: to suck
Old Greek: bdállō `saugen, melken'; bdálsi-s f. `das Saugen'; bdélla f. `Blutege'
Germanic: *tull-ōn- vb.
Russ. meaning: сосать
References: WP II 119
Proto-IE: *bend-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: pointed peg, nail, edge
Germanic: *pinn=, *pint=
Celtic: MIr benn `Horn, Gipfel', bennach `spitzig'; Cymr ban m. `excelsum, altum, procerum', MBret ban `éminence, saillie, hauteur'
Russ. meaning: острый колышек, гвоздь, острие
References: WP II 109 f
Comments: Lat pinna ?
Proto-IE: *beus-, *bheus- ?
Meaning: scrap, sediment, brewer's yeast
Old Indian: busá- (buṣa-) n. `chaff and other refuse of grain'
Germanic: *biuz-a- n., m. (~ -r-)
Russ. meaning: отходы, осадок, (пивные) дрожжи
References: WP II 114 f
Proto-IE: *bhabh-
Meaning: bean
Slavic: *bobъ
Germanic: *bau-nō(n-) f. < *bab-n-ō
Latin: faba f. `Bohne'
Other Italic: Falisc haba 'Bohne'
Russ. meaning: растение (боб)
References: WP II 131
Proto-IE: *bhAd-
Meaning: good
Old Indian: bhadrá- `blessed, fortunate, happy, good'
Avestan: hu-baδra- `glücklich'
Germanic: *bat-iz comp., *bōt-ō f., *bat-an- m.
Russ. meaning: хороший
References: WP II 151 f
Proto-IE: *bhAdh-, *bhAudh-
Meaning: deaf
Old Indian: badhirá- `deaf'
Germanic: *baud=
Celtic: OIr bodar `taub'; Cymr byddar `taub', Corn bodhar `taub', Bret bouzar `taub'
Russ. meaning: глухой
References: WP II 190
Proto-IE: *bhag-
Meaning: to eat, drink
Old Indian: bhaktá- n. `food, meal'; bhakṣati `to eat or drink, partake', bhakṣá- m. `drinking or eating, drink or food';
Old Greek: phagẹ̄̂n `essen', -phágo- `essend'
Russ. meaning: питаться
References: WP II 127 f
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