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Proto-IE: *yā-
Meaning: to move (intr.), to ride (?)
Hittite: ija- (II) 'gehen, wandeln, marschieren' (Tischler 343ff)
Tokharian: A yā-, B iyā- (PT *(y)iyā-) 'go, travel' (Adams 66)
Old Indian: yā́ti `to go, move, walk'
Avestan: yāiti `to go, move, walk'
Slavic: *jḗtī, *jḗxati, *jḗdǭ, *j[ḗ]to, *jēzdā
Baltic: *jā̂- (2) vb.
Germanic: *jē-n=
Latin: iānus, -ī/-ūs m. `gewölbter Durchgang, Torbogen', iānua f.`Tür'
Celtic: *jātu-s: OIr āth `Furt'
Russ. meaning: двигаться, ехать (на лошади ?)
References: WP I 102 f
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