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Proto-IE: *swes-er- (Gr *hw-)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: sister
Tokharian: A ṣar, B ṣer (PT *(ṣä)ṣer) 'sister' (Adams 661)
Old Indian: svásar- f. `sister'
Avestan: xvaŋhar- 'Schwester'
Armenian: khoir, pl. khorkh `Schwester'
Old Greek: éor = thügátēr, anepsiós Hsch., pl. éores = prosḗkontes, süŋgenêis Hsch.
Slavic: *sestrā́
Baltic: *ses-ō̃ (-er-), *swes-r-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *swistēr f.; *swiz-já- m.
Latin: soror, -ōris f. `Schwester'; sobrīnus, -a `zur Schwester gehörig; Geschwisterkind', sobrīna f. `Kusine'
Celtic: OIr siur, acc. sïeir, gen. sethar, dat. sïeir; Cymr chwaer, OCorn huir, NCorn hoer, hor, Bret c'hoar `Schwester'
Russ. meaning: сестра
References: WP II 533 F
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