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Proto-IE: *bhudhm-, *bhudhn-
Meaning: earth, bottom
Old Indian: budhná- m. `bottom, ground'
Avestan: bū̆nō- 'bottom, ground'
Armenian: bun `Grund, Boden'
Old Greek: püthmḗn, -énos m. `Boden eines Gefässes, des Meeres usw., Grund, Grundfläche, Unterlage, Fuss (eines Bechers, einer Pflanze), Wurzelende, Stock, Stamm'; pǘndak-s, -akos m. `Boden eines Gefässes'
Slavic: *bъdno (ЭССЯ 3:110) (LLuz beno желудок, брюхо ( у скота), benko низкий, пузатый горшок Slvk dial. bedno дно)
Germanic: *buɵm-a- m., *butm-a- m., *butn-a-, *budn-a- n., -z, *butm-iōn- f., *buɵm-iōn- f.
Latin: fundus, -ī m. `Boden eines Gefässes; Grund von Flüssen und Meeren', pro-fundus, -a `tief'
Celtic: MIr bond, bonn `solea'
Russ. meaning: земля, дно
References: WP II 190
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