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Proto-IE: *al-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to raise, to feed
Old Indian: íḍā, íḍ- f. `refreshing draught, refreshment, libation'; r̥dhnoti, r̥ṇaddhi, r̥dhati, r̥dhyati `to grow, increase, prosper, succeeed'; árdhuka- `prospering'
Avestan: arǝdat_ `er lasse gedeihen', ǝrǝdāt- `Gedeihen schaffend'
Old Greek: án-alto- `unersättlich', neālḗ-s `munter, stark' < *new(o)-al-; aldáinō, áldomai̯, aor. ǟ́ldane `wachsen lassen, stärken', aldḗskō `wachsen'; althái̯nō, álthō `heilen', álthomai̯ `heil werden'
Germanic: *al-a- vb., *al-d-í- c., *al-d-ṓ f., *al-d-á- adj., *al-d-r-á- m., comp. *ál-ɵ-iz-a-, *al-id-ja- n., *al-d-ia- vb., etc.
Latin: alō, -ere, -uī, -tum (/ -itum) `(er)nähren, aufziehen, pflegen', alimentum `Nährungsmittel'; altus, -a `hoch, tief'; abebris, -e `nährend, nahrhaft'; alēscere `heranwachsen, gedeihen'; almus, -a `nährend, segenspendend, hold, hehr' adolēscō, adultum, -ere `heranwachsen'; indolēs, -is f. `die angeborene Beschaffenheit, Anlage, Begabung', subolēs `Nachkommenschaft, Spross', prōlēs, -is f. `Sprössling, Nachkomme, Nachwuchs'
Other Italic: Osk altinúm `alimentorum'
Celtic: OIr alim `nähre'; MIr alt `Höhe; Ufer, Küste'; Cymr allt `Seite eines Hügels, bewaldeter Felsen', OCorn als, Bret aot, aod `Küste'; OIr altram `Nahrung', altru `Pflegevater'
Russ. meaning: растить, кормить
References: WP I 86 f
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-greek,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-ital,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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