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Proto-IE: *smeyǝ-
Meaning: to laugh, to be glad, to wonder
Tokharian: A, B smi- 'smile' (Adams 721)
Old Indian: smayate, smayati `to smile', ptc. smita-; smera- `smiling, friendly'; vi-smayate `to be surprised, wonder', smaya- n. `wonder, surprise, astonishment'
Old Greek: mei̯diáō `lächeln', mei̯dǟ́mōn `lächelnd', méi̯dǟma n. `das Lächeln'; meîdos = gélōs Hsch.; philo-mmei̯dḗs `gern lächelnd'
Slavic: *smьjā́tī, smḕjǭ; *smēxъ
Baltic: *smeî- (*smej-a-) vb. (2), *smaî-d-a- c. (1/2)
Germanic: *smī-l-ia- vb.; *smi-r=
Latin: mīrus, -a `wunderbar, erstaunlich, sonderbar', mīrārī `sich wundern, bewundern'
Russ. meaning: смеяться, радоваться, удивляться
References: WP II 686 f
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