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Proto-IE: *bheyǝ-
Meaning: to beat, to hew
Avestan: byente 'sie bekämpfen, schlagen'
Armenian: bir `grosser Stock, Knüppel, Keule'
Old Greek: phitró-s m. `Baumstamm, Pflock, Klotz, Holzscheit'
Slavic: *bī́tī, *bьjǭ; *bojь; *bī́dlo, *bītvā, *bīčjь
Germanic: *bī́-ɵl-a- n., m., -ō- f.; *bī-dl-a- m.; *bi-ɵl-a- n.; *bi-ɵl-ō- vb.
Latin: perfinēs pl. acc. Fest. 205 `perfringās'
Celtic: *bī-, *bi- > Gaul bidubium `falcastrum'; OIr benim `schlage', ro-bī `schlug, schnitt', ro-bīth `wurde geschlagen', bīthe `perculsus', fo-bīth `weil'; biail `Beil'; bēimm `Sclag', MIr fidbae `falcastrum'; OCymr et-binam `lanio', dubeneticion `exsectis'; baheel `Beil', Cymr bidio `Bäume beschneiden', bid `Dortnecke', bodog `Hirschfänger'; bwyell, bwyall `Beil', Corn bom, pl. bommyn `Schlag', OBret inf. bitat (Gl.) `resecaret', MBret benaff `schneide'
Russ. meaning: бить, рубить
References: WP II 137
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