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Proto-IE: *gawe-/-e-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to be glad
Old Greek: gǟthéō, aor. gǟthē̂sai̯, pf. gégǟtha `sich freuen'; gái̯ō `sich freuen'; gánümai̯ `sich erheitern, sich ergötzen'; gâu̯ro- `stolz, übermütig', gáu̯rǟk-s m. `Prahler'; ? voc. bou̯-gáie etwa `Prahlhans'
Baltic: *deũg- < *geũ-d-: *deũg- vb. tr., *deũg-s-m-a- c., *düg- vb. intr.
Latin: gaudeō, -ēre, gāvīsus (OLat gavīsī) `freuen sich, etwas gern haben', gaudium n. `Freude, Vergnügen'
Celtic: MIr gūaire `edel'
Russ. meaning: радоваться
References: WP I 529
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-greek,piet-balt,piet-lat,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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