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Proto-IE: *op- <PIH *H->
Meaning: work, result of work
Hittite: hap- (I) 'reichlich vorhanden sein', happin(a)- 'reich'; (?) happar n. 'Kaufpreis, Handel', Lyk. epirije- 'verkaufen', Lyd. afari- 'Verkaufserklärung, Schenkungsurkunde' (Tischler 157-158, 161-162)
Tokharian: A opṣäly, B ekṣalye (PT *epṣälye) 'season, time for action' (Adams 76-77)
Old Indian: ápas- n. `work, action'; āpas- n. `religious ceremony'; ápnas- n. `possession, property'
Avestan: hv-apah- `gutes Werk'; afnah-vant- `reich an Besitz'
Old Greek: ómpnǟ f. `Nahrung, Getreide' pl. `Kuchen aus Mehl und Honig, Honigscheiben'; Ómpnia f. Beiwort der Demeter
Baltic: *ap-st-a- c.
Germanic: *ab-n-i- n., *a[f]-n-ia- n, *ab-n-ia- vb., *ōb-ōn- f., -an- m., *ōb-ia- vb.; *u[f]-a- n., *u[f]-r-a- n.; *ō[f]-ōn- f.; *úf-jōn- f.
Latin: ope f. `Vermögen, Reichtum, Macht; Hilfe, Beistand', Ops f. `Göttin des Erntesegens'; opulentus `reich, an Vermögen mächtig'
Other Italic: Osk úpsannam `operandam, faciendam', opsatuh sent `factī sunt ?', pf. upsed `fecit', uupsens `fecērunt'; Umbr osatu `facitō'; Paelign upsaseter `operārētur od. -rentur'
Russ. meaning: труд и его плоды
References: WP I 175 f
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