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Proto-IE: *(a)wē-; *(a)went- <PIH *Hʷ->
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to blow (of wind); wind
Hittite: huwant- 'wind' (Tischler 328 ff)
Tokharian: A want-, wänt- B yente 'wind' (PT *w'ente) (Adams 505)
Old Indian: vā́ti `to blow (of wind)', ptc. prs. vānt-; vāyú- m. `wind, air'; vā́ta- m. `wind'; vāsa- m. `perfuming, perfume'
Avestan: vāiti `weht', vayu- m. `Wind, Luft', vātō `Wind'
Old Greek: áēmi, ptc. prs. acc. áenta `wehen'; áu̯rǟ f. `frische Luft, leiser Luftzeug', āḗr, -éros f. `Nebel, Gewölk', áella, aeol. áu̯ella f. `Sturmwind'; aetmón = tò pneûma Hsch., áetma = phlóks, hoi dè tò pneûma Hsch., ātmó-s m., ātmǟ́ f. `Dampf, Dunst, Rauch', aütmǟ́ f. `Atem, Hauch, Dunst'
Slavic: *vḗjātī, *vḗjǭ; *vьjātī, *vьjūgā, *vīxrъ; *vḗtrъ
Baltic: *wē̂-j-a- (1) c., *wē-j-aw-ā̂ (1) f., *wē̂s- (-ja-) (2) vb. tr., *wē̂-s-a- (1) adj.
Germanic: *wi-nd-a- m., *wē-a- vb., *wá-ɵ-il-a- m., n., *wá-ɵ-al-a- m., *wḗ-ɵl-ō f., *wē-t-a- vb., *wēt=, *wḗ-s-a- n., *wē-s-ia- vb.
Latin: ventus, -ī m. `Wind'
Celtic: Cymr awel f. `Wind, Hauch', OCorn auhel `aura', MCorn awel `Wetter'; Cymr gwynt `Wind'
Russ. meaning: дуть (о ветре)
References: WP I 220 f
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