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Proto-IE: *ane-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to breathe, to blow
Tokharian: B añiye m. 'breath', anāsk- 'breathe, inhale' (Adams 7); A āñcäm (obl. āñm-), B āñme (PT *āñc(ä)me) 'self, soul' (41)
Old Indian: ániti, ánati `to breathe, respire', ánila- m. `air, wind', aná- m. `breath, respiration'
Avestan: ɔ̄ntyɔ̄, parɔ̄ntyɔ̄ `des Ein- und Ausatmens'
Old Greek: ánemo-s m. `Wind'; ántǟ <ántai> `ветер' (Hsch.); antǟ́ f. <gen. antás> `дуновение' (Hsch.)
Slavic: *vonь, *vonjā; *ǭxātī
Baltic: ? *an-ō̂- vb.
Germanic: *an-a- vb., *un-m=, *an-d-ō(n-) f., *an-d-an- m., *uz-ún-ɵ-a- n.
Latin: animus, -ī m. `Geist, Seele', anima `Luft(ung), Wind, Hauch, Seele', hālo, -āre `hauchen, duften'
Other Italic: Osk anamúm `animam'
Celtic: *anǝtlo-: OIr anāl `spiritus'; Cymr anadl `Atem'; MBret alazn (Umstellung), Bret holan; *anǝtī-: MCymr eneit, Cymr eneid `Seele'; *anamon-: OIr animm, gen. anman, Ir anam `Seele'
Russ. meaning: дышать, дуть
References: WP I 56 f
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