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Proto-IE: *en
Meaning: prep./adv.
Hittite: andan 'darin, dazwischen' (Tischler 33-34)
Tokharian: A ane, B eneṃ (PT *ene-) 'within' (adv.) (Adams 83); y(n)- (pref.) 'in, among' (516)
Old Indian: ánīka- m.n. 'face' < *eni-(o)kʷ-; ni- `in, into, within'
Avestan: ainika- `Angesicht' < *eni-(o)kʷ-; *ni- in ni-zonta 'eingeboren, ingenuus' ( = OInd. ni-ja-)
Armenian: i (vor Vokal y); n- 'in'
Old Greek: en, poet éni, ení 'in', *ens (ẹ̄s), énte 'bis'
Slavic: ? *ǭtokъ, *ǭdolь, *onūtjā, *vъn-, *vъ
Baltic: *iñ, *eñ
Germanic: Got usw. in < *eni
Latin: in
Other Italic: Osk en, -en, Umbr en-dendu 'intendito'; -em, -e
Celtic: OIr in- 'in', in- (lenierend < eni: ingen < Ogam ini-gena 'Tochter'), OCymr, OBret en, in 'in', Corn, Bret en, NCymr (in Zs.) yn-, Gaul esseda < *en-sedā, em-brekton
Albanian: iń 'bis'
Russ. meaning: в
References: WP I 125 f
Comments: + *(e)nero- 'innerlich', *enter, *nter 'zwischen-hinein', *entero- 'innerlich', *entos '(von) innen' and *ent-er- 'intestines, entrails'.
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