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Proto-IE: *paut-
Meaning: young one, nestling
Old Indian: pota-, potaka- m. `young animal or plant', putrá- m. `son, child'
Avestan: puɵra- m. 'Sohn, Kind'
Other Iranian: OPers puɵra- m. 'Sohn, Kind'
Slavic: *pъtā, *pъtīcā, *pъtę̄
Baltic: *put-n-a-, -ia- c., *put-ī̂t-ia- c.
Latin: putus, -ī m. `Knabe', putilla f. `junger Vogel'; pullus, -ī `jung; Tierjunges; Küchlein; junger Trieb; Hahn'; pūsus, -ī m. `Knäbchen', pūsa f. `Mädchen';
Celtic: *paut-: MIr uaithne `puerperium'; OCymr utolaidou `natales'
Russ. meaning: детеныш, птенец
References: WP II 76 f
piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-iran,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-lat,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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