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Proto-IE: *mer-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to die
Hittite: mer- (mir-) (I) 'verschwinden, verlorengehen, absterben' (Friedrich 141)
Old Indian: márate, mriyáte, ptc. mr̥tá- `to die'; mr̥tá- n. `death'; a-mŕ̥ta-`immortal'; maŕta- m. `a mortal, man'; mr̥ti- f., mr̥tyú- m. `death'; mara-, māra- m. `death, pestilence'
Avestan: miryeite `stirbt', mǝrǝta- `gestorben, tot', amǝša- `unsterblich', marǝta-, marǝtan- `Sterblicher, Mensch', mǝrǝɵyu- `Tod', mǝša- `tot'
Other Iranian: OPers amariyata `er starb'
Armenian: mard `Mensch'; ma(r)h `Tod'; merranim `sterbe', an-mer `unsterblich'
Old Greek: brotó- `sterblich', á-mbroto- `unsterblich', brotó-s m., f. `Mensch'
Slavic: *mьrtvъ(jь); *sъ-mьrtь, *morъ; *morī́tī; *mertī, *mьrǭ
Baltic: *mir̃- (mir̂-št-a-) vb. intr., *mer̂d-ē̂- (1?) vb. caus., *mer-ē̂- vb., *mer-ia- c.; *mir̃-t-i- (*1) c.
Germanic: *múr-ɵ-a- n.; *múr-ɵr-a- n., *múr-ɵr-ia- vb.
Latin: morior, morī, mortuus sum, moritūrus `sterben'; mors, -tis f. `Tod; Erlöschen'; mortuus, -a `tot'
Celtic: *marwo- > OIr marb; Cymr marw
Russ. meaning: умирать
References: WP II 276
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