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Proto-IE: *arg'-
Meaning: silver
Old Indian: rajatá- n. `silver'
Avestan: ǝrǝzata- 'Silber'
Armenian: arcath `Silber'
Old Greek: árgüro-s m. `Silber'
Latin: argentum, -ī n. `Silber, Silbergerät, Silbergeld'
Other Italic: Osk aragetud `argento'; Falisc arcentelom `argentulum'
Celtic: Gaul Argento-ratum, -magus; OIr argat `Silber', MIr airget `Silber'; Cymr arian(t) `Silber', Corn argant `Silber', Bret argant `Silber', NBret arc'hant `Silber'
Russ. meaning: металл (серебро)
References: WP I 82 f
Comments: [OInd. rajata- instead of *arjata- or *r̥jata- probably on analogy with raj- 'to dye' and derivates]
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