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Altaic etymology :

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Proto-Altaic: *i̯úse
Nostratic: Nostratic
Meaning: to grow, sprout
Russian meaning: расти, прорастать
Turkic: *ös-
Mongolian: *ös-
Tungus-Manchu: *üse-
Korean: *ìsàk
Comments: Poppe 108. In Kor. one has to suppose a secondary reduction *jǝ̀sVk > *ìsàk; otherwise the correspondences are regular.
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Turkic etymology :

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Proto-Turkic: *ös-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to grow
Russian meaning: расти
Old Turkic: ös- (OUygh.)
Turkish: ös-
Tatar: üs-
Middle Turkic: ös- (Sangl.)
Uzbek: ụs-
Uighur: ös-
Turkmen: ös-
Khakassian: ös-
Shor: ös-
Oyrat: ös-
Tuva: ö's-
Kirghiz: ös-
Kazakh: ös-
Noghai: ös-
Bashkir: üɵ-
Balkar: ös-
Karaim: ös-
Karakalpak: ös-
Kumyk: ös-
Comments: VEWT 376, ЭСТЯ 1, 552-553. Doubts about OT ös- see in EDT 241, 251, with a discussion in Clark 1977, 142-144.
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Mongolian etymology :

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Proto-Mongolian: *ös-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to grow
Russian meaning: расти
Written Mongolian: ös- (L 645)
Middle Mongolian: us- (MA), os- (SH), osge- caus. (HYt)
Khalkha: ös-
Buriat: üde-
Kalmuck: ös-
Ordos: ös-
Dongxian: osǝ-, osɨ-
Baoan: ose-
Dagur: euse- (Тод. Даг. 141)
Shary-Yoghur: ǖs-
Monguor: ōsǝ- (SM 298)
Comments: KW 301, MGCD 550.
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Tungus etymology :

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Proto-Tungus-Manchu: *üse
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 seed 2 to grow 3 field ready for ploughing
Russian meaning: 1 семя 2 расти 3 пахотное поле
Evenki: isew- 2
Even: isu- 2
Negidal: isew- 2
Spoken Manchu: usū 1 (330, 1158, 2143)
Literary Manchu: use 1, usi-n 3
Jurchen: use 1, usi-in (50) 3
Ulcha: use 1
Nanai: use 1
Oroch: usi 1
Udighe: jehu- 2
Comments: ТМС 1, 332; 2, 290, 291.
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Korean etymology :

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Proto-Korean: *ìsàk
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: sprout, spike
Russian meaning: побег, колос
Modern Korean: isak
Middle Korean: ìsàk
Comments: Nam 401, KED 1330.
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Nostratic etymology :

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Eurasiatic: *wiSV
Meaning: grow
Indo-European: *weiks-, -gz- (cf. also *u̯eis- 1410; *Hwes- 1462]
Altaic: *i̯úse
Uralic: *wiša
Kartvelian: ? Georg. vežan- 'dove-coloured, gray'
Comments: For PU *wiša 'poison, anger' cf. PA *ṓč`é 'bad, anger' ?
References: МССНЯ 359; ND 2538 *wišV 'green', 2539 *wiŝʔV 'to grow' (+ Sem.); 2560 *wižV 'gray' (only Kartv.); hardly different.
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *weiks-, -gz-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: marsh vegetation
Slavic: *vīšь: Rus dial. виш f. `Sumpfgras', Slvn vī̀š, Pol wisz `Schilf, Riedgras' + *vēxъ / *vьxъ, *vēxā `зонтичное растение'
Baltic: *wiks-w-ā̂, *wikš-w-ā̂ f., *wikš-r-ia- c., *wizg-ā̂ f., *wik[š]-en-iā̃ f.
Germanic: *wisk-ō f.
Russ. meaning: болотная растительность
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Vasmer's dictionary :

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Word: вишь
Near etymology: II. ж. "зеленые ветви, хворост", только др.-русск. вишь (Леств. Иоанна; см. Срезн. I, 266), словен. vȋš м., vȋš ж. "камыш, осока", польск. wisz -- то же.
Further etymology: В качестве родственных приводятся др.-прусск. wissene "багульник, Ledum palustre", лит. viksvà "осока", vikšvà, vìkšris "тростник, осока", vizgà "трава"; см. Буга, KS 1, 301; Траутман, BSW 363; М. -- Э. 4, 584; Брюкнер, KZ 44, 334. С другой стороны, слав. слова могут быть родственны норв. vîse м. "метелка, верхушка растения, стебель", vîs м. "метелка", норв. veis "сочный стебель", veisa ж. "тина", д.-в.-н. wisa "луг"; см. Петерссон, AfslPh 36, 151; Хольтхаузен, IF 32, 337. Неясна принадлежность к русск. ви́ша "водяная губка", "Spongia fluviatilis".
Pages: 1,325-326
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Baltic etymology :

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Proto-Baltic: *wiks-w-ā̂, *wikš-w-ā̂ f., *wikš-r-ia- c., *wizg-ā̂ f., *wik[š]-en-iā̃ f.
Meaning: marsh vegetation
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: viksvà (gen. vìksvōs), vikšvà `langes, hartes im Sumpf wachsende Gras, Riedgras, Segge, carex'; vìkšri-s 'dass., Binse (Juncus)'; vizgà 'Riedgras'
Old Prussian: wissene `Porsch (? Ledum palustre)' V. 622, -weysigis 'pratum'
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Germanic etymology :

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Proto-Germanic: *wiskō
Meaning: damp meadow, marsh
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: wisc `damp meadow, marsh'
English: dial. wish `damp meadow, marsh'
Old Saxon: wisca `weiland'
Middle Dutch: wische `weiland'
Dutch: dial. wis f. `weiland'
Middle Low German: wisch(e) `Wiese'
Old High German: { wisc `Wiese' }
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Uralic etymology :

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Number: 1735
Proto: *wiša
> Nostratic: > Nostratic
English meaning: poison; -> green, yellow
German meaning: Gift -->̃ grün, gelb
Finnish: viha 'Haß, Zorn, Wut, Grimm', kärmeen viha 'virus serpentis', vihaa- 'hassen', vihainen 'böse, wütend, zornig', vihanta 'grün, blütend', vihava 'bitter; heftig, brennend', viheriä, vihreä 'grün' ( > Saam. N vâšše -š- 'hate, hatred, grudge', vassjē (L) 'Haß, Zorn')
Estonian: viha 'Zorn, Haß; Gift; scharf, bitter, zornig'
Mordovian: ožo (E) 'gelb'
Mari (Cheremis): ǝ̑žar, žar (KB), užar (U B) 'grün; jung'
Udmurt (Votyak): vož (S K G) 'grün, unentwickelt, klein; Zorn, Grimm', vožo-di̮r (S) 'Zeit des In-vožo-dienstes in den heißen Sommertagen', vožo (G) 'ein böser Geist, treibt sich während der Winter- und Sommersolstitien (vožo-dị̑r)', vožal- (S K) 'eifersüchtig sein', vožjaśk- (S) 'erzürnt sein; beneiden', vožjaśkị̑- (G) 'beneiden'
Komi (Zyrian): vež (S V P) 'grasgrün, grün, gelb', viž (PO S V) 'gelb, grün', vež pete̮ (S) 'man ist neidisch', vež-aj (S P) 'Taufvater', vež-ań (S P) 'Taufmutter', veža va (S V P) 'geweihtes Wasser', veža-di̮r (V) 'die Zeit von Weihmachten bis zum Dreikönigsfest, Christwoche', vežal- (S M) 'завидовать', vi.žal- (PO) 'beneiden', veže̮kti̮- (S), vi.žøkti- (PO) 'eifersüchtig sein' ( > Khanty DN Kr. wišǝm 'Bosheit, Schlechtigkeit', wišmȧš- 'beneiden'; Mansi K vėsėm 'Haß', vesma 'Neid', vesmal- 'beneiden')
Sammalahti's version: *viša
Addenda: Veps. vihä 'Schlangengift; Haß, Zorn'
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