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Proto-IE: *bheudh-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to perceive adequately, to be awake
Old Indian: bódhati, búdhyate, aor. budhánta, pf. bubodha, ptc. buddhá- `to wake, observe, perceive'; buddhi- f. `intelligence, reason'; boddhar- m. `one who perceives or comprehends'
Avestan: baoδaite `nimmt wahr, wird gewahr, wird inne', paiti-busti- f. `das Bemerken', buiδyeiti `wird gewahr', baoδah- n. `Wahrnehmung, Wahrnehmungsvermögen', adj. `wahrnehmend'; zaēna-budra- `eifrig wachend'; baoiδi- `Wohlgeruch'
Old Greek: pünthánomai̯, péu̯thomai̯, ft. péu̯somai̯, aor. epüthómǟn, opt. hom. pepǘthoi̯to, pf. p. pépüsmai̯, va. püstó- `erfahren, vernehmen, sich erkundigen, erfragen, erforschen', act. péu̯thō, aor. pêu̯sai̯ `kundtun, von Gericht laden'; pǘsti-s f. `das Fragen, Nachforschu ng, Kunde', pǘsma n. `Frage, Ausfragung', peu̯thṓ `Kunde, Nachricht', pêu̯si-s f. `Erkundigung', peu̯thḗn, -ē̂nos m. `Späher'
Slavic: *bljūstī, *bljūdǭ; *būdī́dī; *bъdrъ; *bъdētī, *bъdjǭ
Baltic: *baũd- vb. tr., *baũd-ā̂ f., *bud-ē̂- (*buñd-a-) vb. intr., *bud- vb. intr., *baũd-ī̂- vb.
Germanic: *biud-a- vb.; *bud-a- n., *bud-an- m.; *bū-s-n-i- c., *bud-il-a- m.
Celtic: *bud- etc. > OIr ro-bud `Verwandung'; buide `Zufriedenheit, Dank'; Cymr bodd `freier Wille, Zustimmung'; rhy-budd `Warnung', Corn both `Wille'
Russ. meaning: воспринимать адекватно, бодрствовать
References: WP II 147 f
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