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Proto-IE: *pis-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to pound, to thresh
Old Indian: pinaṣṭi, ptc. piṣṭá- `to crush, grind, pound'; peṣtar- `who or what pounds or grinds'
Avestan: pišant- `zerstampfend'
Old Greek: ptíssō (att. -ttō), aor. ptísai̯, p. ptisthē̂nai̯, pf. m. éptismai̯, va. á-ptisto- `durch Stampfen usw. Körner enthulsen, zerschroten'; pticánǟ f. `Gerstengraupen, Gerstengrütze', ptísma n. `Gerstengraupen', ptísi-s f. `das Enthulsen', ptismó-s `das Enthülsen', pl. peri-ptísmata `ausgepresste Weintrauben'
Slavic: *pьxā́tī, *pьšjǭ, *pьšjeno, -ī́cā; *pē̃stъ, *pēstā́
Baltic: *pis- (*pis-a-) vb. tr., *paĩs-ī̂- vb., *peĩs-t-ā̂ f., peĩs-t-a- c.,
Germanic: *pī́s-Vl=
Latin: pīnsō, -ere, pīnsī/-pīnsuī, *pistum/pīnsum `kleinstampfen, zerstossen'; pīsāre/pīnsāre `zerstampfen, zerstossen'; pistor, -ōris `Bäcker'; pistrīnum n. `Stampfmühle; Bäckerei'; pīsō `Mörser'; pīla f. `Mörser', pīlum n. `Mörsekeule; Wurfspiess', pistillum n. `Stampfer'
Other Italic: Umbr pistu `pistum'
Russ. meaning: толочь, обмолачивать
References: WP II 1
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