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Proto-IE: *rēy-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to give; to possess
Old Indian: rā́ti, rarate, rāsate `to grant, give, bestow', ptc. rātá-; rā-s m. (acc. rā́yam, rā́m) `property, possessions', rātí- f. `favour, grace, gift', rāyi- `Gabe, Besitz, Kleinod', revánt- `wealthy'
Avestan: raēvant- `reich'; rā- `gewähren, spenden', rāta- `dargebracht'
Latin: rēs, gen. reī, dat. rē, acc. rem, abl. rē `Sache, Ding, Sachlage; Besitztun, Hab und Gut, Interesee, Vorteil, Nutzen; Ursache, Grund; Geschäft; Rechtssache; Gemeinwesen'; reus, rea `der (die) Angeklagte'
Other Italic: Umbr re-per `prō rē', abl., dat. ri `rē'
Russ. meaning: предоставлять; владеть
References: WP II 343
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-lat,piet-ital,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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