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Proto-IE: *au
Meaning: prep./adv.: from
Hittite: awan 'neben, daneben; ganz weg' (Tischler 98-99)
Old Indian: áva- 'off, away, down' (pref., prep.); ávara- 'inferior'; avár, aváḥ 'downwards'
Avestan: ava 'herab; worauf zu, heran' (praef., praep.); aorā̆ 'nach unten, hinab'; adv. avarǝ 'hinab, herab'
Other Iranian: OPers ava 'herab'
Old Greek: ? au̯- in aukháttein = anakhoreîn, anakházesthai Hsch.
Slavic: *ū (praef.) 'weg, ab', *ū (praep.)
Baltic: *au-
Latin: au- 'fort' (auferō, aufugiō); vē- zur Bezeichnung eines fehlerhaften Zuviel oder Zuwenig (vēcors, vēgrandis etc.)
Celtic: OIr ō, ūa 'von, mit, durch'
Russ. meaning: от, прочь
References: WP I 13 f
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