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Proto-IE: *bhendh-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to tie
Old Indian: badhnā́ti, bandhati, ptc. baddhá- `to bind, tie, fix'; bándhana- n. `act of binding, tying'; bandhá- m. `binding, tying, bond'
Avestan: bandayaiti `bindet', ptc. basta-; banda- m. `Fessel'
Other Iranian: OPers ptc. basta-
Old Greek: pẹ̄̂sma (~ -êi-) n. `Tau, Seil'
Germanic: *bind-a- vb., *bund-n-a- vb., *bund-ia- n., *bun-s-t-u- c.; *band-a- m., n.; *bind-ia- n., *bind-iō(n)- f., *bund-il-a- m.; *band-i- c., *band-il-a- m., *band-ia- vb.
Latin: offendīx, -īcis f. `das Kinnband an der Priestermünze'
Celtic: *bend-, *bondnja- > Gaul benna `genus vehiculi'; OIr buinne `Band, (Arm)reif'; Cyumr benn `Fuhrwerk'
Russ. meaning: связывать, обвязывать
References: WP II 152
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