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Proto-IE: *od- <PIH *H->
Meaning: to hate
Hittite: hatuka-/-i- `schrecklich, furchtbar' (Tischler 227-228)
Armenian: ateam `ich hasse', ateli `verhasst, feindlich'
Old Greek: ep. odǘs(s)asthai̯, odüsthē̂nai̯, pf. odṓdüstai̯ `zürnen, grollen', oudǘetai = erízei Hsch.
Germanic: *at-al-a-, *at-ul-a-, *at-ug-a- adj.
Latin: ōdiō, ōdī, ōsus `Widerwillen haben, hassen', odium, -ī n. `Widerstreben, Hass; Gegenstand des Hasses, Ekel'
Russ. meaning: ненавидеть
References: WP I 174 f
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