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Proto-IE: *ster(w)e-, *strō(w)-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to spread
Old Indian: str̥ṇā́ti, str̥ṇóti, starati, ptc. str̥tá-, stīrṇá-, inf. stártave, starī̆tavaí, stárītave `to spread, spread out, strew, scatter'; sva-stara- m. `self-strewn grass', pra-stará- m. `anything strewed; sacrificial seat; flat surface', stárīman- n. `spreading, scattering'
Avestan: staraiti, stǝrǝnaoiti, stǝrǝnāiti `sternere', ptc. stǝrǝta-, starǝta-; stairiš- n. `streu, Lager, Bett', urvarō-straya- (lesen -strya-) `prostiratio plantarum, Niederhauen von Pflanzungen als sündlige Handlung'
Old Greek: stórnǖmi, storénnǖmi, strṓnnǖmi, aor. storésai̯, strō̂sai̯, ps. storesthē̂nai̯, strōthē̂nai̯, pf. ps. éstrōmai̯, aeol. estórotai̯/-ētai̯, va. strōtó- `hinbreiten, ausbreiten, ein Bett machen, ebnen, bahnen, ausstreuen, bestreuen'; strō̂ma n. `das Ausgebreitete, Teppich, Bettzeug, Lager; buntes Flickwerk', strōmnǟ́ f. `Teppich, Matratze, Bett', strō̂si-s f. `das Ausbreiten, Pflasterrung', strōtḗr m. `Querbalken, Dachlatte'; storéu̯-s m. `der untere, flache Teil des Reibzeugs zum Feuermachen'; stórnǟ f. = zdṓnē (Kall., Lyk.)
Slavic: *stertī, *stьrǭ; *pro-storъ; *stornā
Baltic: *stir̂t-ā̂ f. (1/2)
Germanic: *strau-ja- vb., *straw-a- n., *strau-jō f., *strōw-a- n.
Latin: sternō, -ere, strāvī, strātum `ausbreiten, hinbreiten, hinstreuen, niederlegen, lagern; ebnen, glätten; bedecken, bestreuen'; strātum n. `Decke'; sternāx `störrisch'; strāgēs, -is f. `das Niedersinken, Niederstürzen, Verwüstung, Niederlage, Verheerung'; strāmen, -inis n. `Streu'; storea f. `geflochtene Decke aus Stroh, Binsen oder Stricken'; struō, -ere, strūxī, strūctum `schichten, neben-, überoder aneinanderlegen; aufbauen; anstiften , struēs, -is f. `Haufen, Menge; Opfergebäck'
Other Italic: Umbr strus̀la, struhc̨la, struc̨la `*struiculam, struem'
Celtic: OIr sernim `breite aus', cossair `Bett', fosair `Strohdecke', sreth `strues', sreith `pratum', MIr srath `Strand, Ufer, Talgrund'; Cymr sarn `stratum, pavimentum', OBret strouis `stravi', Bret streuein `streuen'
Albanian: štriń `breite aus'
Russ. meaning: расстилать, раскладывать
References: WP II 638 f
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