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Proto-IE: *wod-(or/en-)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: water
Hittite: watar n. (r/n), dat.-loc. weteni (Friedrich 249-250)
Tokharian: B yot 'vital fluid, broth' (Adams 511)
Old Indian: unátti, undati `to flow, spring (as water); to wet, bathe', udaká-, loc. udán(i), gen. udnáḥ, instr. udnā́ n. `water'; samudrá- m. `sea, ocean', anudrá- `waterless'; útsa- m. `spring, fountain'
Avestan: vaiδi- f. 'Wasserlauf, Bewässerungskanal'
Armenian: get `Fluss'
Old Greek: hǘdōr, -atos n. `Wasser'
Slavic: *vodā
Baltic: *wan̂d-ō̃ (-en-es) (2), *un̂d-ō̃ (-en-es) (2), *und-a- n., *und-[a]- m.
Germanic: *wat-an-, *wat-ar- n.
Other Italic: Umbr utur, abl. une Wasser
Celtic: *udeskjo- ? > OIr u(i)sce `Wasser'
Albanian: ujɛ Wasser
Russ. meaning: вода
References: WP I 252 f
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