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Proto-IE: *bhū-
Meaning: to grow
Armenian: bois, gen. busoy `Schössling, Kraut, Pflanze', busanim `spriesse auf'
Old Greek: phǘomai̯, aor. intr. éphǖn, tr. phǖ̂sai̯, pf. intr. péphǖka, va. phütó- `naturgewachsen; gepflanzt': intr.-med. `wachsen; entstehen, werden', pf. (+aor.) `von Natur geschaffen od. beschaffen sein, da sein', trans. (factitivum)-act. `wachsen lassen, erzeugen, hervortbringen'; phüǟ́ f. `Wuchs, Gestalt, Natur, Wesen'; phǖ̂ma n. `Gewächs, Wucherung, Geschwulst', phǘtlǟ f. `Geschlecht, Rasse', phǘsi-s f. `Wuchs, Beschaffenheit, Abstammung, Natur, Wesen', phütó-n n. Gewächs, Pflanze', phǖlǟ́ f. `Stamm, Stammverein, Gemeinde' <контаминация корней со значением `быть, становиться' и `расти'>
Slavic: *bɨ̄lь, *bɨ̄līnā etc.
Germanic: *bau-m-a- m., *ba(g)w-m-a- m.; *biww-á- n.
Latin: ? Faunus `weissagender Feld- und Waldgott'
Russ. meaning: расти
References: WP II 140 f
Comments: [Hardly different from *bhū- 'to be']
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