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Proto-IE: *(e)wed- (Gr hw-/ew-,aw-)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to marry; bride-money
Old Indian: vadhū́- f. `bride, young wife; daughter-in-law'
Avestan: vaδū- `Weib, Frau', upa-vāδayeiti `eine Frau zur ehe geben', us-vāδayeiti `(Frauen) entführen, rauben', vaδrya- `heiratsfähig (von Mädchen)'
Old Greek: pl. hédna, hom. éedna n. (selten sg. hédno-n) `Brautgaben, Mitgift, Hochzeitgeschenke' an-áedno- `ohner hédna'
Slavic: *vēno; ? *ne-vēstā (< *new-wedtā)
Baltic: *wed- (prs. *wed-e-) vb.; *wēd-ia- m., *wed-e-tl-ia- m., *-wed-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *wit-m-an- m., *wiɵ-m-an- m., *wiɵ-m-a- n.
Latin: vēnum acc., vēnō dat. `Verkauf'; ven-dō, ven-didī `verkaufen'
Celtic: Cymr dy-weddïo `heiraten', Corn domethy `id.,', MBret dimiziff, Bret dimizi `heiraten, sich verloben'
Russ. meaning: жениться; калым
References: WP I 255 f
Comments: Contaminates with *wedh- `to lead'.
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