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Proto-IE: *weik'- (Gr w-)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: home, dwelling (of a family, kin)
Tokharian: B īke ( < PT *w'äike) 'place, location, position' (Adams 63)
Old Indian: víś- f. m. `settlement, homestead', pl. víśaḥ `subjects, people, troops'; viś-páti- `chief of a settlement or tribe'; veśá- m. `tenant, vassal; house, dwelling', véśman- n. `house, dwelling, abode'
Avestan: vīs- 'Haus, Dorf, Clan', vaēsma- m. 'Haus, Wohnung'
Old Greek: ôi̯ko-s, dial. woiko-s m. `Haus, Wohnung jeder Art, Zimmer, Hausstand, Haus und Hof, Heimat'; oi̯kétǟ-s m. `Hausgenosse, Diener, Haussklave'
Slavic: *vьsь
Baltic: *weĩč-pat-i- m., *weĩč-iā̃ f., *weĩč-ia- m.
Germanic: *wīx-s-a- n., *wīx-s- n.
Latin: vīcus, -ī m. (dial. vēcus) `Häusergruppe, Dorf, Flecken, Stadtviertel'; vīlla f. (dial. vella) `Landhaus, Landgut'
Albanian: pl. vise Orte, Plätze
Russ. meaning: место жительства семьи, рода
References: WP I 231
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