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Proto-IE: *dweye-
Meaning: to be afraid, to hate, etc.
Tokharian: A, B wi- (Adams 599)
Old Indian: dvéṣti, dviṣati `to hate, be hostile', ptc. dviṣṭa-; dvéṣa- m., dvéṣas- n. `hatred, dislike'
Avestan: dvaēɵā `Bedrohung'; dvaēš-, t_baēš- `anfeinden, kränken'
Other Iranian: MPers bēš `Leid, Unheil'
Armenian: erknčhim `fürchte', erkiuɫ `Furcht'
Old Greek: dẹ̄́dō `(sich) furchten' (Hom., < *dédwoa), pl. dẹ̄́dimen Hom., att. dédia, dédimen, aor. díe, díon (Hom.), hom. dêisa, éddei̯se (Hom.); prs. díemai̯ intr. `eilen', tr. `(ver)jagen, vervolgen, vertreiben' (Hom.), aor. díon `ich floh' (Hom.), endíesan `sie jagten, setzen nach' (Hom.); déos n. `Furcht', dêi̯ma n. `Furcht, Schreck', dei̯mó-s `id.', dei̯nó- `furchtbar', dei̯ló- `furchtsam, elend'
Latin: dīrus, -a `unheilvoll; grausig, grauenerregend', pl. dīrae f. `unheilvolle Wahrzeichen; Verwünschungen'
Russ. meaning: бояться, ненавидеть etc.
References: WH
piet-meaning,piet-tokh,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-iran,piet-arm,piet-greek,piet-lat,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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