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Proto-IE: *(e)remǝ-
Meaning: to be quiet
Old Indian: ramate `to become calm, rejoice at', ptc. ratá-; rāma- `pleasing, pleasant', m. `pleasure, joy, delight', ránti- f. `pleasure, delight', raṁsu adv. `cheerfully', ratá- n. `pleasure, enjoyment, sexual union', ráti- f. `rest, repose, pleasure, enjoyment'
Avestan: rāmyat_ `er soll ruhen', rāmōiδwǝm `ihr möget stehen bleiben', rāmayeiti `beruhigt'; rAman- n. `Ruhe, Friede'
Other Iranian: Osset urōmun, ūromɨn `zurückhalten, hemmen, beruhigen'; NPers rAm `Ruhe; fröhlich, heiter'
Old Greek: adv. ēréma, -as, ēremī́ `ruhig, sanft, langsam, ein weinig', ēremâi̯o- `ruhig'
Baltic: *rim̂- vb. intr. (1), *ram-a- c., *ram-in̂- vb., *ram-u- adj., *rām-ā̂ f., *rā̂m-a- adj. (1)
Germanic: *rim=
Russ. meaning: сидеть тихо
References: WP II 371
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