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Proto-IE: *webh- <PIH *Hʷ->
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to weave
Hittite: hupala- 'Fischnetz' (?), hupiki- n. 'Schleier', hupitant-, hupitawant- 'verschleiert', hupra-, hup(p)ara- 'Kleidungsstück, ? Gürtel' (Tischler 290ff)
Tokharian: A wäp-, B wāp- (PT *wäp-) 'weave' (Adams 586)
Old Indian: ubhati, umbhati `to cover over'
Avestan: ubdaēna- `aus Webstoff, aus Zeug gemacht'
Other Iranian: NPers bāfad `er webt'
Old Greek: hüphä́i̯nō `weben, anzetteln, ersinnen, verfertigen', hüphǟ́ `das Weben', hǘphos n. `id.
Germanic: *wib-a- vb., *wab-ja- vb.; *wab-ja- n., m., *wab-jō f.; *wub-ja- adj.; *waf-a- n.; *wab-an- m., *waf-t-i- c. (~ *wif-t-a-)
Albanian: veń `ich webe'
Russ. meaning: ткать, плести
References: WP I 257
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