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Proto-IE: *awǝ-/e- <PIH *H->
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: water (flowing)
Hittite: heu- c.'Regen' (Tischler 238ff); hur-nai-/-ija- (I), hur-nu- (I) 'besprengen, befeuchten', Pal. huwarninai 'besprengt' (Tischler 305-306)
Old Indian: avaṭá-, avatá- m. `a hole, vacuity in the ground', aváni- f. `stream, river, bed of a river'
Old Greek: án-au̯ro-s m. `Giessbach, Strom'
Baltic: *jū̂-r-ā̂ (1), -jā̂, -iā̃ f., -ia- (1) c.; *jaû-r-ā̂ (1) f.
Germanic: *au-r-a- m., *au-r-ag-a- adj.; *ū-r-a- n., *ū-r-ag-a- adj.
Latin: ūrīnārī `tauchen unter Wasser', ūrīnātor `Taucher'
Russ. meaning: вода (проточная)
References: WP I 268 f, Buck 37, 45.
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