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Proto-IE: *gʷā-
Meaning: to go, to leave
Old Indian: jígāti, aor. ágāt `to go, approach, go after'; gā́tra- n. `limb, body'; gātú- m. `going, motion; way, course'; ví-gāman- n. `step, pace, stride', uru-gāyá- `making large strides'
Avestan: inj. gāt_ `er wird hinkommen', gāman- n. `Schritt'; gāya-, acc. gāim `Schritt'; gātu- m. `Ort, Platz; Liegerstadt, Sessel, Thron'
Other Iranian: OPers gāɵu- {'going, motion'}
Old Greek: bái̯nō, ipv. báske, -te `auf!', caus. bibáskō, bíbǟmi, bibáō, ptc. bibā́s (lakon. 3 pl. bíbanti), aor. ébǟn, pf. bébǟka, va. bató- `gehen'; bǟ̂ma n. `Tritt'; bǟó-s `Türschwelle'; bébai̯o- `fest, sicher, standhaft'; adv. bádǟn `Schritt für Schritt, langsam'; bathmó-s m. `Stufe, Ehrenstufe, Schwelle usw.', báthrǟ f., báthro-n n. `Grund(lage), Stufe, Sitz, Fussgestell'; bási-s `Schritt, Gang, Grund, Boden; Grundlage'; batḗr m. `Schwelle, Basis etc.'; -bátǟ-s; pl. em-bádes f. N. sandalenartiger Schuhe aus Filz od. Leder; bōmó-s m. `Stufe, (Wagen)gestell, Alter'
Slavic: *gātь
Baltic: *gā̂- (1) vb., *gā̂-j-u-m-a- (1) c.
Albanian: ngā `ich laufe'
Russ. meaning: идти, уходить
References: WP I 675
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