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Proto-IE: *(s)tAmb-
Meaning: bush, heap
Old Indian: stabaka- m./n. `cluster of blossoms, bunch of flowers, tuft', stambá- m. `clump or tuft of grass, sheaf'
Baltic: *stem̂b-a- c., *stem̃b-ia- c., *stem̂b-r-a- (1) c., *stam̃b-a-/*stam̂b-a- c., *stam̂b-r-a-, -iac., *stamb-u- dj., stam̃b-an-a- c., *stim̂b-en-a- (1) c., *stum̂b-a- c., *stum̂b-ur-a- (1) c., *stumb-r-a- (1)
Germanic: *stump-a- m., -ō(n-) f.
Celtic: MIr tomm `kleiner Hügel, Busch'; Cymr tom `Erdhügel, Düngerhaufen'
Russ. meaning: куст; кучка
References: WP II 623 f
piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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