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\data\ie\piet
Proto-IE: *aw-, *we-
Meaning: pron. dem., conj.
Hittite: u-ni- 'jener, der da, iste' (Friedrich 234)
Old Indian: u 'and, also, further'; du. gen. avóḥ; u-tá 'and, also, even'; vā 'or'; iva 'as', evá 'so, thus', evám 'so'
Avestan: ava 'jener', uta 'und, auch'; uiti, gath. ūitī 'so'; vā 'oder'
Other Iranian: OPers ava 'jener', utā 'und, auch'; vā 'oder'
Old Greek: pán-ü 'gar sehr'; ēǘte 'ebenso wie', hom eû̯te 'hóte'; aû̯ 'anderseits, wiederum', ion. aû̯tis, gort. aû̯tin 'wiederum', au̯tíka 'sogleich', aû̯thi 'daselbst', aû̯te 'wieder, auch, ferner'; deû̯ro, deû̯rō 'hierher, wohlan'; ē-(w)e, ḕ 'oder'
Slavic: *ovъ
Baltic: *au-r=
Germanic: Got -u Fragepart.; OSax thar-od, OHG thar-ot 'dorthin, dort', OSax her-od, OHG her-ot 'hierhin', OSax hwarod 'wohin, wo', OHG warot 'wohin'; Got auk 'denn, aber', usw.
Latin: ut, uti-nam, -que, utī, OLat utei; aut 'oder', autem 'aber'; -ve 'oder', ceu, sīve, seu, nēve, neu
Other Italic: Osk avt, auti 'aut; autem', Umbr ote 'aut', uru 'illo', uraku 'ad illam', ures 'illis'
Celtic: MIr ūt 'illic, dort', OIr ucut 'dort', ocut 'bei dir'; Ir no, Obret nou' oder'
Russ. meaning: тот
References: WP I 187 f
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