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Proto-IE: *wet- <PIH *w-> (Gr w-)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: year; of last year
Hittite: witt- c. 'Jahr' (Friedrich 255)
Old Indian: vatsá-, vatsará- m. `year', par-ut `last year'
Armenian: heru `im vergangenen Jahre'
Old Greek: étos n., dial. wétos `Jahr', ion., att. pérüsi(n), dor. pérüti(n) `im vorigen Jahre'
Slavic: *vetъxъ(jь), *vьtъxъ
Baltic: *wet-uš-a- adj.
Germanic: *fir-d=
Latin: vetus, gen. -eris `alt', vetustus `id.', vetulus `der Alte'
Celtic: OIr on hurid `ab anno priore', Ir in-uraidh `im vergangenen Jahre'
Albanian: vjet Jahr
Russ. meaning: год; прошлогодний
References: WP I 251
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