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Proto-IE: *sāw-el- (/*sūl-); *sw-en-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: sun
Hittite: ? siwatt- c./n. 'Tag' (Friedrich 194)
Tokharian: A swāñce, B swāñco, swāñcai- (PT *swāñcai-) 'ray (of light), (sun) beam' (Adams 725)
Old Indian: súvar, svàr, gen. sū́raḥ, sū́rya-, sū́ra- m. `sun'
Avestan: hvarǝ, gen. hūrō n. 'Sonne'; xvǝ̄ng 'Sonne' (< *su̯en-s)
Old Greek: hom. ǟélio-s, att. hǟ́lio-s, dor., ark. āélio-s, kret. *āwélio-s: abélios Hsch. m. `Sonne'
Slavic: *sъlnьce, *sъln-; *soln- (посолонь)
Baltic: *saûl-iā̃ (1) f.
Germanic: *sōw-il-a- n.; *sōw-ul-ō f.; *sunn-an- m., n., -ōn- f.; *sún-ɵ=, *sún-ɵ-r-a- n.
Latin: sōl, gen. -is m. `Sonne'
Celtic: *sāwel > Cymr haul, OCorn heuul, MCorn heul, houl, Bret heol `Sonne'; + OIr sūil f. Auge
Albanian: hüɫ, üɫ Stern
Russ. meaning: солнце
References: WP II 446 f, 531
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