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Proto-IE: *ais-, *aiz-d- <PIH *isHo-s>
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to honour, to revere; respect
Hittite: isha- c. Herr ( = Lat. erus) (Tischler 372 ff.; but Pal. washu-lla-, Luw. washa- etc. are rather < Hatt. washa-p/w)
Old Indian: īḍ- (ī́ṭṭe, pf. īḍé) `to implore, request; to praise'
Old Greek: ái̯domai (ái̯deo, ai̯dómenos, ái̯deto), ai̯déomai `sich scheuen, verehren', ai̯dṓs f. `Ehrfurcht, Scheu'
Germanic: *aiz-iō f.; *aiz-ō-, *aiz-ē- vb.; *aist-a- vb.
Latin: erus (herus) m. 'master, possessor'
Other Italic: Osk pl. abl. aisusis 'sacrificiis', Marnuc pl. dat. aisos 'dis', Paelign pl. dat. aisis 'dis', Volsc esaristrom 'sacrificium'; Umbr erus 'dis', esono- 'divinus, sacer'
Russ. meaning: почитать; почтение
References: WP I 13
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-hitt,piet-ind,piet-greek,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-ital,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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