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Proto-IE: *bhā-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to shine
Old Indian: bhā́ti `to shine, be bright, luminous'; bhā(s) f. `light, splendour', bhāti- f. id., bhāna- n. `appearance, evidence', bhānú- m. `appearance, light, splendour', bhā́ma- m. id.; OInd vi-bhāva-, vi-bhā́van- `brilliant, bright'
Avestan: frā-, ā-bā- `scheinen', vīspō-bām(y)a- `allglänzend', bāmya- `licht, glänzend', bānu- m. `Lichtstrahl'
Armenian: banam `öffne, enthülle'
Old Greek: phái̯nō, -omai̯, pamphái̯nō, va. -phato- `sichtbar machen, ans Licht bringen, zeigen, kundtun'; phási-s f. `Anzeige; das Erscheinen, Erscheinung'; pháos (att. phō̂s), ep. phóos, pamph. pháwos <phábos> (Hsch.), gen. pháeos, att. pháọ̄s/phōtós, pl.pháea, phā́ǟ, phō̂ta etc. n. `Licht, Tageslicht'; aor. pháe `leuchtete auf, erschien', ptc. phaéthōn `scheinend, Strahlend'; pipháu̯skō `offenbaren, (an)zeigen, verkünden', dia-, epi-, hüpo-pháu̯skō, aor. -phâu̯sai̯ `erstrahlen, aufregen (von Sternen)', `anbrechen(vom Tageslicht)'; 3 sg. phṓskei = diaphaúei Hsch.
Slavic: *bājātī (в лужицких `glimmen'); *bāsъkъjь
Germanic: *bō-n-ōn- vb., *bō-n-ia- vb.
Celtic: *bān- > OIr bān `weiss'; *bask- > MIr basc `rot'
Albanian: bɛń, geg. bąj `mache, tue'
Russ. meaning: светить, сиять
References: WP II 122 f
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