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Proto-IE: *g'heim-, *g'hyem-
Meaning: snow, frost, winter
Hittite: gim(a)- 'Winter' (Tischler 571)
Tokharian: A śärme, B śimpriye, śimpro (PT *śäm(ä)rāi-) 'winter' (Adams 630)
Old Indian: héman loc. adv. `in winter', hemantá- m. `winter'; himá- m. `cold, frost, snow', hímā f. `winter'
Avestan: zaēn- m., zǝmaka- m. 'Winterrsturm', zyɔ̄ (acc. zyąm, gen. zǝmō) 'Winter'
Other Iranian: NPers dai 'Winter' (< *gheimn̥)
Armenian: ʒiun, gen. ʒean `Schnee'
Old Greek: khéi̯ma n., khei̯mṓn, -ō̂nos m. `Winter; Winterwetter, Sturm'; dǘs-khimo- `stürmisch, schauerlich', khiṓn, -ónos f. `Schnee, Schneedecke, Schmelzschnee'; khímetlo-n `Frostbeule'
Slavic: *zīmā
Baltic: *ǯeĩm-ā̂ f., *ǯeĩm-ia- c.
Germanic: ? *guj-ōn- f.
Latin: bīmus, trīmus, quadrīmus `zwei, drei, vier Jahre (Winter) alt, sich auf zwei (drei, vier ) Jahre erstreckend'; hiems, hiemis f. `Winter; Sturm; Jahr'
Celtic: MIr gam `Winter' (по sam `Sommer'), gemred `id.'; OCymr gaem, NCymr gauaf, OCorn goyf, Bret goan̄v; Gaul EN Giamillus
Albanian: dímër, gen. dímri, pl. dímre m. `winter'
Russ. meaning: снег, холод, зима
References: WP I 546 f, Buck 69.
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