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Proto-IE: *aus-
Meaning: dawn, sunrise, east
Old Indian: uṣā́ḥ, acc. uṣásam / uṣā́sam, gen. uṣásaḥ f. `morning light, dawn'; gen. sg., acc. pl. uṣáḥ; usrá- id.; uṣar-, usr- f. id.; vasar-hán `striking in the dawn', vāsará- `relating to or appearing in the morning', m. `day'; uccháti, pf. uvāsa, arr. avasran 'to dawn'
Avestan: ušɔ̄, acc. ušɔ̄ŋhǝm, gen. ušaŋhō 'Morgenröte', ušastara- 'östlich'; usaiti 'leuchtet auf (vom Morgen)'
Old Greek: ion. ēṓs, -ọ̄̂s, ǟọ̄́s, att. héōs, gen., acc. -ō, dor. aṓs, a[w]ṓr, gen. awō̂, aeol. áu̯ōs (Sapph.), boeot. áas = es aúrion Hsch. 'dawn; day', {aeol. áu̯ā f. -not found!}, {locr. kat-āweos - not found!};heasphóros = heōsphóros Hsch.; áŋkh-au̯ros 'dem Morgen nahe' (Ap.Rh.); adv. áu̯rion `morgen', ai̯rinó- (Gl.) `morgend'; <hǟi-kanó-s>: ēikanós = ho alektrüṓn Hsch.
Slavic: *ūstrъ- aestivus: OChSl za ustra `tò prōí'
Baltic: *aũš-r-ā̂ f., *aũš- vb. intr., *aũš-mā̂ f.
Germanic: *aus-tr-a- n.; *aust-an=; *aust=
Latin: aurōra, -ae f. `Morgenröte', auster, -trī m. `Südwind'
Celtic: MIr fair `Sonnenaufgang'; Cymr gwawr `Morgenröte', Bret gwere laouen `Morgenstern'
Russ. meaning: рассвет, восход солнца; восток
References: WP I 26 f
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