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Proto-IE: *ed- <PIH *e->
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to eat
Hittite: ad-/ed- (I) 'essen' (Tischler 91-92, 117), etri- n. 'Speise, Gericht' (119)
Tokharian: B yesti 'meal' (Adams 507)
Old Indian: átti, caus. ādáyati `to eat'
Armenian: utem `esse'
Old Greek: édō, inf. édmenai̯, fut. édomai̯, pf. ptc. edēdṓs, med. edḗdotai̯, aor. pass. ēdésthēn, pf. med. att. edḗde(s)mai̯; ésthō, esthíō `essen, fressen'; *edwr: hom. ẹ̄̂dar, -atos n. `Nahrung', édar = brō̂ma Hsch.; edōdǟ́ f. `Speise, Nahrung, Mahlzeit', hom. edētǘ-s f. `Speise', att. édesma n. `Speise'
Slavic: *jēsti, *jēmь; *j[ē]sto > MBlg jasto `Portion Speise', *jēdъ, *jēdjā, *jēdā, *obēdъ
Baltic: *ē̂d- (*ē̂d-meî) (2) vb. tr., *ēd-ia- c., *ē̂d-ā̂ (2), *ē̂d-jā̂ f.
Germanic: *it-a- vb., *ēt-a- m., n., *ēt-an-, *ēt-ian- m., *ēt-ō f.; *ēs-s-a- n.; *at-ja- vb.
Latin: edō (ēs, ēst), ēdī, ēsum, ēsse `essen', ēsca f. `Speise; Lockspeise, Köder'
Other Italic: Osk edum `edere'
Celtic: *edtjo-> OIr esse `gegessen', Ir (Corm.) ess `food'
Russ. meaning: есть
References: WP I 118 f
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-hitt,piet-tokh,piet-ind,piet-arm,piet-greek,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-ital,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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