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Proto-IE: *yowen-
Meaning: young
Old Indian: yúvan-, gen. yū́naḥ `young'; `young person', f. yūnī, comp. yávīyas-, sup. yáviṣṭha-; yuvaśá- `young, youthful'
Avestan: yvan-, yavan- [für *yuvan- geschrieben], gen. yūnū 'Jungling'
Slavic: *jūnъ
Baltic: *jaûn-a- (2) adj.
Germanic: *jun-g-á- adj.; *jug(w)-unɵ-i- f., *jún-x-iz-a- adj.
Latin: iuvenis, -is m. `junger Mann', iuvenis adj. `jung', comp. iūnior; iūnīx f. `junge Kuh, Farse'; iuvencus, -ī m., iuvenca f. `junger Stier bzw. junge Kuh; junger Mensch bzw. Mädchen'
Other Italic: Umbr pl. dat. iovies `iuvenibus', acc. iovie `iuvenēs'; iveka `iuvencās', iuengar `iuvencae'
Celtic: Gaul Jovinc-illus, -a; OIr ōa `jünger', ōam `jüngst', oāc `jung', MIr ōc `jung'; Cymr ieuanc `jung', MCymr ieu `jünger', ieuaf, yeuhaf `jüngst'; Cymr iau `jünger', ieuaf `jüngst', MCorn yowynk `jung', Bret iaou `jünger', iaouank `jung'
Russ. meaning: молодой
References: WP I 200
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