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Proto-IE: *mey-
Meaning: to fence
Old Indian: minóti `to fix or fasten in the earth, build, construct', ptc. mitá-; métar- m. `builder, architect'
Baltic: *meĩ- vb., *mai-l-a- c., *maî-d-ī̂- (1?) vb.
Germanic: *mē-r-ia- n.
Latin: moene, -is, pl. moenia, gen. -ium `Ringmauer der Stadt (als Schutzwehr); Gebäude der Stadt, Stadt', mūnīre (/ moenīre) `aufmauern, aufdämmen (viam); befestigen, verschanzen; sichern, schützen'; mūrus, -ī m. (OLat moerus, moiros) `Mauer; Wall'; adminiculum n. `Stürze, Beihilfe'
Russ. meaning: городить огород
References: WP II 239 f
piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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