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Proto-IE: *gʷhedh-
Meaning: to wish, to long for
Avestan: ǰaiδyeimi `ich bitte'
Other Iranian: OPers ǰadiyāmiy `ich bitte'
Old Greek: aor. théssasthai̯, ptc. thessámeno-, 3 pl. théssanto `anflehen', théssesthai = aiteîn, hilteúein Hsch., thessómenos = deómenos, zdētoúmenos, hiketeúōn Hsch., va. polǘ-, apó-thesto- `anflehen'; pótho-s m., pothǟ́ `Sehnsucht, Verlangen, Liebe', pothéō `verlangen, sich sehnen, vermissen'
Slavic: *žę̄dāti, *žę̄djǭ; *žę̄djā
Baltic: *ged- vb., intr., *gā̃d-a- c., *gād-u- adj., *gā(d)-m-u- adj., *gā̂d-s-l-u- adj.
Celtic: *gʷhodheje-; *gʷhodhi̯ā; *wo-gedi̯ā; *wo-godīmā > OIr guidim `bitte', pf. ro-gad, s-conj. pl. gessam; guide `Gebet'; Cymr gweddi `Gebet'
Russ. meaning: желать, стремиться
References: WP I 673 f
piet-meaning,piet-avest,piet-iran,piet-greek,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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