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Proto-IE: *swād- (Gr hw-)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: sweet; to persuade
Tokharian: A swār, B swāre (PT *swāre) 'sweet' (Adams 725)
Old Indian: svādú-, f. svādvī́ `sweet, pleasant, agreeable'; svádate, svádati `to taste well; to enjoy, like'; svādati, -te `to taste, relish, enjoy'; svāttá- `seasoned, spiced'; svāda- m. `taste, flavour, savour'
Avestan: xʷāsta- `durch Kochen gar gemacht, gekocht'; xʷanda-kara- `gefällig', Pashto xwand `Wohlgeschmack, Vergnügen'
Old Greek: hǟdǘ-, el. wadü-s `süss, wohlschmeckend, angenehm, erfreulich'; hǟ́domai̯, aor. hǟsthē̂nai̯, ft. aor. hǟsthḗsomai̯, aor. med. hǟ́sato `sich freuen, sich ergötzen', hǟ̂dos n. `Freude, Vergnügen'; {hom. aǟdḗsei̯e, ādēkótes `bin verdrossen'- nowhere found!}, handánō, aor. hadẹ̄̂n, ep., aeol. éu̯adon, pf. éǟda `gefallen'; pf. lokr. ta wewadekōta 'quae placuerunt'; au̯thā́dēs `selbstfällig, anmassend'
Baltic: *sū̂d-ī̂- vb.
Germanic: *swōt-u-, *swōt-i-, *sut-i- adj.
Latin: suāvis, -e `süss, angenehm, lieblich, reizend'; suādeō, suāsī, -sum, suādēre `raten, geben Rat'
Celtic: Gaul Suadu-rix, -genus
Russ. meaning: сладкий; услаждать, уговаривать
References: WP II 516 f
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