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Proto-IE: *aidh-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to burn (tr., intr.)
Old Indian: inddhé `to kindle, light, set on fire', idhyáte `to be lighted, to blaze, flame'; idhmá- m. `fuel'; édha- m. id., édhas- n. id.
Avestan: aēsma- m. `Brennholz'
Old Greek: ái̯thō `anzünden', ái̯thomai̯ (/ áithō) `brennen, leuchten', ái̯thōn, âi̯thop- `feurig, funkelnd'; âi̯tho-s m. `Brand', ai̯thó- `funkelnd, glühend', âi̯thos n. `Brant'
Slavic: *ēstējā 'Ofen'
Baltic: *ei(d)-sm-iā̃ f.
Germanic: *aid-a- m., *ái-s-ōn- f., *í-s-ōn- f., *ais-t-ō f.; *aid-l-a- m.
Latin: aedēs/-is f. `Tempel', pl. `Haus'; aestās, -tātis `warme Jahreszeit, Sommer', aestus, -ūs m. `Hitze, Glut, Brandung'
Celtic: *aidhu-: Gaul Aedui; OIr aed `Feuer'; Cymr aidd `Hitze, Eifer', Bret oaz `Eifersucht'
Russ. meaning: гореть/жечь
References: WP I 2 f
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