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Proto-IE: *men(ǝ)-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to rumple
Old Indian: carma-mná- m. `tanner'
Old Greek: matéō (aeol. ptc. f. pl. mátẹ̄sai̯) `treten', 3 sg. mateî = pateî Hsch.
Slavic: *mę̄́tī, *mь̃nǭ; *mę̄́dlo
Baltic: *min̂- (*min-a-) (1) vb. tr., *min̂-t-uw-a- c.
Celtic: *mntro- > Cymr mathr m. `proculcatio', mathru `proculcare', Bret mantra, ptc. mantret `vom Schmerz niedergedrückt'
Russ. meaning: мять
References: WP II 263 f
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