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Proto-IE: *aiw-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: lifetime
Old Indian: āyú, loc. āyuni, instr. āyunā n. `life', āyú- mfn. 'living'; ā́yus- n. `life, vital power, duration of life'
Avestan: āyu 'Dauer, Lebensalter'
Old Greek: *acc. ai̯ō̂ `immer', loc.ep., ion. poet., early att. ai̯éi̯, att. āéi, hom. āéi̯, aéi̯, kypr., lokr., phok. aiwéi̯ `immer'; dor. ai̯és, aés `immer', boeot.ai̯ḗ, ēí Hdn., tarent. ai̯ḗ Hdn. 'immer'; ai̯ṓn, -ō̂nos m./f. `Leben(szeit), Zeit(dauer), lange Zeit, Ewigkeit', ep., poet. ai̯én , dn. ai̯é `immer'; ion. ai̯í immer, aeol. ái(n), âi̯i(n) Hdn., thess. ain inschr.`immer'; kypr. üwaís `für immer', dǟ́n-ai̯o-s `lange lebend, lange dauernd'
Germanic: *aiw-i-z (/*aiw-a-z); *aiw-i-; *aiw-ō-; adv. *aiwi-n; *aiw-īn- f.
Latin: aevus, -ī m., aevum n. `Lebenszeit, lange Zeit, Ewigkeit'
Russ. meaning: срок жизни, век
References: Buck 13, WP I 6 f
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-greek,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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