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Proto-IE: *ant- <PIH *H->
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: forehead, foreside, end, limit; prp./adv.
Hittite: hant- c. 'Stirn', hanta 'gegenüber', handai- (I) 'ordnen, führen'; Luw. hantili- 'erster', handa(i)- 'entscheiden, ordnen', Lyk. χñtawata 'Anführer, König', Lyd. ãnTẽ- 'verordnen, bestimmen' (Tischler 149ff)
Tokharian: A ānt, B ānte Stirn, Front (PT *ānte) (Adams 43)
Old Indian: ánti adv. `before, in the presence of, near', antiká- `near, proximate', n. `proximity'; ánta- m. `end, limit, boundary', antya- `last'
Old Greek: antí praep. `angesichts, gegenüber, anstatt', hom. ánt[ǟ]n, ánta adv. `gegenüber, ins Gesicht'
Baltic: *añt-i
Germanic: *ánɵ-ia- n.; *and=; *und=; *únɵ=; *andi- m.; *and-ia- m., n.
Latin: antiae pl. `muliebres capilli demissi in frontem'; ante `vor, vorher', antīcus, -a `der vordere', antīquus, -a `vorig, alt, wichtig(er)'; pl. antēs, -ium `Reihen (von Berittenen, Weinstöcken, Pflanzen) ' etc.
Other Italic: Osk ant `usque ad', antkddum `occidionem ?'
Celtic: OIr ētan `Stirn' < *antono-
Russ. meaning: лоб; наречие/предл.
References: WP I 65 f
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