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Proto-IE: *tenaw-
Meaning: thin
Old Indian: tanú-, f. tanvī́ `thin, slender, minute, delicate'; tanū́- f., tanus- n. `body, person'
Avestan: tanū- f., tanuš- n.
Other Iranian: NPers. tan 'Leib, Körper'
Old Greek: tanü- `dünn, schmal, schlank': tanǘ-glosso- usw.; pl. tanêi̯a-i̯ 'beams' Thphr., tanaó- `dünn, schmal, langgeschreckt, sich weit ausdehnend, lang, hoch'
Slavic: *tьnъkъ(jь)
Baltic: *ten̂w-a- (2) adj.
Germanic: *ɵunn-u-, *ɵunn-i- adj.
Latin: tenuis, -e `dünn, fein, zart, eng, schmal'; tanāre / tannāre `das Fell dünn machen'
Celtic: *tanaw(i̯)o-: OIr tanae `dünn'; Ir, Gael tana `dünn'
Russ. meaning: тонкий
References: WP I 724
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