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Proto-IE: *ghab-, *ghabh- / -e-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to take, to give, to move
Old Indian: gábhasti- m. 'arm, hand'
Slavic: *gābātī, *gābnǭti
Baltic: *gab-u- adj., *gab-an-ā̂ f.,, -al-a- c.; *gāb-u- adj., *gō̃b- vb. tr., *gē̂b- vb. tr.
Germanic: *gib-a- vb., *gab-ī(n-) f., *gab-īg-a- adj., *gab-ug-a- adj.; *gēb-i- adj.; *gēb-ō(n-) f.; *gib-ō f.; *gif-t-i- c.
Latin: habeo, -ēre, -uī, -itum `halten, haben', habitāre `wohnen, bewohnen'; habēna `Haltriemen, Zügel'
Other Italic: Osk haf<íar> `habeātur', hafiest `habēbit', pf. conj. hipit, fut. ex. hipust `habuerit'; Umbr habe `habet', habia `habeat', habitu, habetu `habētō', haburent `cēperint', habiest `habēbit', neiřhabas `nē adhibeant', hahtu `capitō', subahtu `dēpōnitō', eitipes `dēcrēvērunt'
Celtic: OIrl gaibim `nehme, ertgreife, halte etc.', gabāl f. `das Nehmen'; Cymr gafael `das Halten, Festhalten'; cafael, caffel `erlangen, bekommen, finden'; Corn cavel `erlangen, bekommen, finden'; OBret an-gabol `defaut de prise de possession'; Bret kaout `erlangen, bekommen, finden', kafout `haben'
Russ. meaning: брать, хватать
References: WP I 342 f
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-ital,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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