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Proto-IE: *aus-
Meaning: to draw
Old Greek: ep. aph-ǘō `schöpfe'; eks-áu̯ō 'to take out, esp. dressed meat' Pl., eksaûsai = ekseleîn Hsch.; eksaustḗr 'flesh-hook for taking meat out of a pot' Aesch.+
Germanic: *áus-a- vb.
Latin: hauriō, -īre, hausī, haustum `schöpfen, schöpfen aus, kosten'
Russ. meaning: черпать
References: WP I 27 f
piet-meaning,piet-greek,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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