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Proto-IE: *ap- <PIH *H->
Meaning: river, stream (+ bank, shore)
Hittite: hap(a)- 'Fluß', Pal. hapnas, Luw. hapinni- (Tischler 159-160)
Tokharian: A, B āp 'water, river' (Adams 44)
Old Indian: ap- f. (pl. ā́paḥ, gen. apā́m) `water'; nīpa- `situated low, deep', anūpá- `situated near the water, watery', dvīpá- m.n. `island, peninsula, sandbank', antarīpa- n. `island'
Avestan: afš, acc. āpǝm, instr. apā(-ča) 'Wasser'
Old Greek: ǟ́pei̯ro-s, aeol. ā́perro-s f. `Festland (im Gegensatz zu dem Meer und den Inseln), Küste'
Baltic: *ap-iā̃ f., *up-iā̃ f. -ia- c., *ūp-iā̃ f.
Germanic: *ōfVr=
Latin: amnis, -is m./f. `Fluss, Srtrom, (dicht.) Strömung, Wasser'
Russ. meaning: река, проточная вода (+ берег)
References: WP I 46 f, Buck 30.
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