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Proto-IE: *ment- (-th-)
Meaning: to stir
Tokharian: A, B mänt- 'remove, destroy, pour out; disturb, meddle with' (Adams 453)
Old Indian: mánthati, máthati, mathnā́ti `to stir or whirl round'; mantha- m. `stirring round; churning-stick', mánthā f. `churning-stick; mixed beverage'
Avestan: mant- `rühren'
Old Greek: monthüleúein = tà molǘnonta taráttein (Phrynikhos) Hsch.
Slavic: *mę̄stī, *mę̄tǭ; *mǭtītī; *mǭtь; *mǭtɨ̄, -ovъkā
Baltic: *meñt- vb. tr., *meñt-iā̃ f., *ment-ur-a-m -ia- c., -iā̃ f.,
Germanic: *mand-ul-a- m.
Latin: mamphur (*manfur) (n.) `ein Stück der Drehbenk, Scheibe aus Holz, die mit einer zweiten durch ein darum gewickeltes Leder verbunden ist'
Russ. meaning: размешивать мутовкой etc.
References: WP II 269
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