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Proto-IE: *neme-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to give/to take one's due
Tokharian: B ñemek 'harvest' (Adams 271)
Avestan: nǝmah- n. `Darlehen'
Old Greek: némō, -omai̯, aor. nẹ̄̂mai̯, -asthai̯, pass. nemēthē̂nai̯, pf. nenémēka, m.-p. nenémēmai̯ `zuteilen, sich aneignen; besitzen, bebauen'; noméu̯-s m. `Verteiler', nómo-s m. `Brauch, Sitte, Satzung, Gesetz, Tonart, Sangweise'; nomǟ́ `Verteilung; Besitz, possessio', noméu̯-s `Verteiler', nomízdō `habe im Gebrauch', nemétōr, -oros m. `Verwalter (des Rechts), Richter', némēsi-s f. `Verteilung', nemētǟ́-s m. `Verwalter (des Rechts)', nōmáō `verteilen, handhaben, beobachten'
Baltic: *nem̂- (*1) vb. tr.; *nō̂m-a- c., *nō̂m-ā̂ (1) f.
Germanic: *nim-a- vb.; *nēm-a-n., m., *nēm-ō f., *nēm-ia- adj., *num-t-i- c., *num-jan- m.
Russ. meaning: давать/брать причитающуюся долю
References: WP II 330 f
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