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Proto-IE: *wes-(er/n-) (Ger w-)
Meaning: spring (season)
Old Indian: vasantá- m. `spring'
Avestan: loc. vaŋri 'im Frühling' (< *vasri)
Armenian: garun `Frühling'
Old Greek: éar, gen. éaros, att., ion.( Alk.) ǟ̂r-os n. `Frühling'; wéar <géar> = éar (Hsch.)
Slavic: *vesnā́
Baltic: *was-ar-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *wēz-á- n., *wárs=
Latin: vēr, gen. vēris n. `Frühling'
Celtic: *wesrāk- > OIr errach `Frühling'; *wesanteino- > OCymr guiannuin `Frühling', NCymr gwanwyn `Frühling', OCorn guaintoin `Frühling'
Russ. meaning: весна
References: WP I 310 f
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