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Proto-IE: *owi- <PIH *H->
Meaning: sheep
Hittite: *hawi- (UDU-iš) 'Schaf'; Luw. hawi-, h.l. hawa/isa-, Lyk. χawã (Akk. Sg.) (Tischler 230-231)
Tokharian: B ā(u)w 'ewe' (Adams 35), eye 'sheep' (92), aiyye 'ovine' (104)
Old Indian: ávi- m. f. `sheep', avika- m. id., avikā́ f. `ewe'
Armenian: audi, gen. audvog `Schaf' (*owi-dhʌ-), hoviv `Hirt' (*owi-pā-);
Old Greek: ói-s (hom.), ói̯-s, gen. óios/oi̯ós, pl. óies, att. ôi̯-s, gen. oi̯ós, pl. ôi̯es; argiv. owis m., f. `Schaf'; {óiai `worked leather, goat or sheep skin' - not found!}; ṓi̯ǟ `Schaffell' and óa, ṓia Hsch., ō̂ia Theognost., ō̂a Eust. quoting Ael.Dion. (whose lexicon gave both óa and ō̂ia); an anonymous lexicon which gave oaì himatíōn is by a half-educated writer; Eust. considers ṓia to be contr. from oiéē or oía (LS 2030)
Slavic: *ovьсā́ C; *ovьnъ̃ B;
Baltic: *aw-i- c., *aw-in-a- m., *aũ-n-a- m.
Germanic: *aw-i- c., *aw-is-tr-a- n., *aw-is-t=
Latin: ovis, gen. -is f. (/m.) `Schaf'
Other Italic: Umbr uvem `ovem', ovi, uvef `ovīs'
Celtic: OIr ōi `Schaf'; *ovīkā > Cymr ewig, OCorn euhik `cerva'
Russ. meaning: скот (овца)
References: WP I 167
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