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Proto-IE: *pent- (-th-)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: way
Old Indian: pánthā, acc. pánthām / pánthānam, instr. pathā́, pl. in. pathíbhiḥ `way, path'; pāthas- n., pāthis- n. `spot, place; (L.) water'
Avestan: pantɔ̄, acc. pantąm/pantānǝm, instr. paɵa 'Pfad, Weg; Raum, Stelle'
Armenian: hun (o-St.) `Furt, Weg'
Old Greek: pónto-s m. `Meer, hohe See', páto-s m. `Weg, Pfad'
Slavic: *pǭtь
Baltic: *pint-[i]- m.
Germanic: *fanɵ-ia- m.; *fanɵ-ian- m.
Latin: pons, -tis m. `Brücke, Steg, Prügelweg durch Sümpfe, Verdeck, Schiffstabulat'
Celtic: Ir ēs `Spur', MIr āitt, āit `Ort, Stelle'
Russ. meaning: путь
References: WP II 26 f
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