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Proto-IE: *(a)wey-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: bird
Old Indian: ví-, vé- m. (gen. veḥ, acc. vim, pl. váyaḥ) `bird', váyas- n. `bird, any winged animal', vāyasá- m. `bird, large bird, crow'; {vevīyate flattert }
Avestan: vī-š, pl. gen. vay-ąm ā-vayeiti fliegt daran (von Gottheiten)
Other Iranian: MPers vāi, vāyandak Vogel
Armenian: hav `Vogel, Huhn, Henne'
Old Greek: hom. ai̯etó-s, att. āetó-s, *aiwetó-s: dial. aibetós Hsch. `Adler'
Baltic: ? *wi-š-t-ā̂ f.
Germanic: ? *wī́(g)w-an- m.
Latin: avis, gen. -is f. `Vogel; Weissagevogel'; auca `Vogel, Gans'
Other Italic: Umbr avif, avef `avēs', dat. sg. aviekate `auspicatae', aviekla `augurali'; Marr aviatas `auspicatae'
Celtic: *hawi- > MIr ai `Schwan', Ir aoi `Schwan' (nur in Wörterbüchern); *hau̯jeto-s > Cymr hwyad `Ente', OCorn hoet `Ente', Bret houad `Ente'
Russ. meaning: птица
References: WP I 21 f
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