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Proto-IE: *(e)newem
Meaning: num.: nine
Tokharian: A, B ñu (PT *ñuw(ä)) 'nine' (Adams 268)
Old Indian: náva `nine'
Avestan: nava
Armenian: inn < *enwn, pl. in(n)unkh
Old Greek: ẹ̄ná-etes, -nükhes hom., boeot. enak-dekátē, usw., hom. ord. ḗnato-, att., aeol. énato- < *ennéwa; *enwa-
Slavic: *devę̄tь
Baltic: *dew-īn-, *new-īn-
Germanic: *niwun
Latin: novem
Celtic: OIr nōi n-, Cymr., Corn. naw, Bret nao
Albanian: nɛndɛ '9'
Russ. meaning: девять
References: WP I 128
Comments: + ord. *noweno-, *nowemo-
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