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Proto-IE: *eiw-
Meaning: a k. of tree/bush (with berries)
Hittite: eja(n)- n. 'immergrüner Baum' (Tischler 102-103)
Armenian: aigi ( < approx. *oiwija) `Weinstock'
Old Greek: ói̯ǟ, óǟ, óu̯ǟ f. `Elsbeerbaum, zahme Eberesche, Sorbus domestica', óo-n, ôu̯o-n n. `Elsbeere'
Slavic: *jī́vā
Baltic: *eiw-ā̂ (Lith CIRC / Lett AC, 1) f.
Germanic: *ī(g)w-á-/*ī́xw-a- m., *ī(g)w-ṓ/*ī́xw-ō f., *ī(g)w-V́n-
Latin: ūva f. `Traube'
Celtic: OIr ēo `Eibe'; Cymr yw(en) m. `Eibe', OCorn hiu-in `Eibe', Bret iv-in `Eibe'
Russ. meaning: дерево (ягодный куст)
References: WP I 165
Comments: Cf. a similar case with the "plum", *sleyǝw-: Slav. *slī́vā ~ Germ. *sláixw-ōn-/*slai(g)w-ṓn- f. = *jī́vā ~ *ī(g)w-á-/*ī́xw-a- m., *ī(g)w-ṓ/*ī́xw-ō f., *ī(g)w-V́n-.
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