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Proto-IE: *gʷen-, *gʷnā-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: woman, wife
Tokharian: A śäṃ, B śana (PT *śänā) 'woman, wife' (Adams 621)
Old Indian: gnā́ f. `a divine female'; jáni-, jánī f. `woman, wife'
Avestan: gǝnā, ɣnā 'Frau, Weib', ǰani-, ǰą̄ni- 'Weib'
Other Iranian: NPers zan
Armenian: kēn, pl. kanai-kh `Gattin', coll. kanani `Frauen'
Old Greek: günǟ́ f. `Weib, Frau', böot. banā́ `id.' (Corinn.), pl. banē̂kes Hsch. (? < *gʷanai̯k-)
Slavic: *ženā́
Baltic: *gen-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *kwin-ōn-, *kun-ōn- f.; *kwēn-i- f., *kwēn-ō f.
Celtic: *genā, gen. gnā-s, pl. gen. *gnōm > OIr ben, gen. mn̄a, pl. gen. ban; ban-: ban-chū `weibl. Hund'; Cymr ben-yw `weiblich', Corn ben-en `sponsa'
Albanian: zónjë, pl. -a 'lady'
Russ. meaning: женщина, жена
References: WP I 681
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