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Proto-IE: *men-, *mnā-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to think
Tokharian: A mnu, B mañu (PT *mäñäu-) 'desire' (Adams 437)
Old Indian: manuté, mányate, pf. mamne, mene, inf. mantum, ptc. matá- `to think, believe', caus. mānayati `to honour, esteem'; manati `to mention', aor. amnāsīt, ptc. mnāta-; manāyáti `to be zealous or devoted; to think', manāyú- `zealous, devoted', manīṣā́ f. `thought, reflection, wisdom'; mā́na- m. `opinion, notion, idea'; manas- n. `mind'; mánman- n. `thought, wisdom'; mantár- m. `thinker, adviser', su-mná- n. `benevolence, favour'; matí-, máti- f. `thought, design, intention'
Avestan: mainyeite `denkt', mąnayǝn `man könnte glauben', manah- n. `Sinn'; -maiti- `Sinn, Gedanke, Meinung'
Other Iranian: OPers mainyāhay; Haxā-maniš `von Freundessinn beseelt'
Armenian: imanam `verstehe'
Old Greek: pf. mémona, pl. mémamen, ptc. memaṓs, ipv. memátō `im Sinne haben, gedenken, streben'; *va. autó-mato- `aus eigenem Antrieb, von selbst geschehend'; ménos n. `Geist, Mut, Wut, Kraft, Drang', menoi̯nǟ́ f. `Vorhaben, Begehren'; mimnǟ́skō, -omai̯, aor. mnǟ̂sai̯, -asthai̯, p. mnǟsthē̂nai̯, pf. p. mémnǟmai̯ `erinnern; sich erinnern, gedenken, fur etw. sorgen, erwähnen', mnáomai̯, mnō̂mai̯ `sich erinnern, gedenken, sinnen'; mnǟ́mōn, -onos m., f. `Notar, Registrator usw.', mnǟ́mǟ `Erinnerung, Gedächtnis, Erwähnung', mnǟ̂ma n. `Andenken, Denkmal, Grabmal'
Slavic: *mьnētī, *mьnītь; *-mę̄nǭtī, *pā-mę̄tь
Baltic: *min-ē̂-, *miñ- (men-a-) vb., *min-s-l-iā̃, *man-s-l-iā̃ f., *min-ē̂- vb., *miñ-t-i- c., *men-a- c., *man-ī̂- vb., min̂-tl-ā̂, -iā̃ (2?) f.
Germanic: *man-, *mun-z-, *man-ō- vb., *min-ɵ-iō/*min-d-iō, *mun-d-i- adj., *mun-t=, etc.
Latin: meminī, -istī, -isse `erinnere mich, bin eingedenkt; denke daran; gedenke, erwähne'; minīscitur `prō remininīscitur antīquitus dīcēbātur' Paul. Fest. 122, comminīscor, -ī, -mentus sum `ersinnen, ausdenken, erdichten', ēminīscor, reminīscor, -ī `sich erinnern'; mēns (Enn. mentis), -tis f.`Denktätigkeit, Verstand; Denkart, Gesinnung; Gedanke, Vorstellung; Ansicht, Absicht'; mentior, -īre `lügen'; commentum `Lüge; Erdichting, Plan'; commentor `Erfindung'; monēre `mahnen, ermahnen, warnen, eingeben'; mōnstrum n. `Mahnzeichen, Weisung der Götter durch widernatürliches Ereignis'
Other Italic: Osk memnim `monumentum'
Celtic: *men-, *mon-, *menmen-, *mnto-, etc. > OIr do-moniur `glaube, meine', rō-mēnair `er hat überlegt', dia-ru-muinestar `für die er bestimmt hat'; cu-man `Erinnerung'; menme `Geist, Sinn'; der-met, -mat `Vergessen', foraith-met `memoria'; air-mitiu `honor', foi-mtiu `das Bemerken'; Cymr go-guno `geloben, wünschen'; go-fyn(n `verlangen, bitten, fragen'; mynnu `wollen'; co-f `Erinnerung', Corn govyn `verlangen, bitten, fragen'; mynnes, mynnas `wolen; Wille', mennaf `ich will', Bret guo-monim (gl.) `polliceri'
Russ. meaning: думать
References: WP II 264 f
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