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Proto-IE: *mā-t-er-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: mother
Tokharian: A mācar, B mācer (PT *mācer) 'mother' (Adams 447)
Old Indian: mātár- f. `mother'; mātr̥ka- `maternal', m. `maternal uncle', mātr̥kā f. `mother, grandmother'
Avestan: mātar- 'Mutter'
Armenian: mair, gen. maur `Mutter'; mauru, gen. maurui `Schwiegermutter'
Old Greek: mǟ́tēr, gen. mǟtrós, acc. mǟtéra f. `Mutter', a-mǟ́tōr `mutterlos; mǟ́trā f. `Gebärmutter, Mutterleib'; mǟ́trōs m. `männlicher Verwandter der Mutter, Oheim, Grossvater', mǟtrüi̯ǟ́ f. Stiefmutter, Schwiegermutter
Slavic: *mā́tī, gen. *mā́tere; *mā́tīcā, *mā́tъkā
Baltic: *mā̂tē̃ (-er-es) (1), *pā=matr-iā̃ f., *mā̂t-jā̂ f. (1)
Germanic: *mōdḗr; *mṓɵr-i- c.; *mōɵr-ik-ō f.
Latin: māter, gen. -tris f. `Mutter; Amme'; mātrīx `Gebährmutter; Muttertier, Zuchttier; Stammutter'; mātrōna f. `ehrbare, verheiratete Frau'
Other Italic: Osk maatreís `mātrīs'; Umbr matrer `mātrīs'
Celtic: *māter- > OIr māthir `Mutter'; *mātrkʷā > Gaul Ματρεβο `Matribus'; OCymr pl. modrep-ed `Mattersschwester' NCymr modryb `Muttersschwester', OBret motrep, NB moedreb `Muttersschwester'
Albanian: motrε Schwester
Russ. meaning: мать
References: WP II 229 f
Comments: See the "short" form in 720 mā-, *māmā.
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