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Proto-IE: *nem-
Meaning: to graze
Old Greek: némō `weiden', nomǟ́ `Weidep(latz); das Umsichfressen', nomás, -ádos `auf der Weide umherschweifend'; `Hirtenvölker, Nomaden', noméu̯-s `Hirt', nomó-s `Weide, Weideplatz, Wohnsitz', némos n. 'Hain, Wald'
Baltic: *nam-a- c.
Germanic: *nim-id=
Latin: nemus, -oris n. `Hain; Wald (nemora sīgnificant silvās amoenas Paul. Fest. 163); Baumgruppe, Baume; Holz''
Celtic: *nemēt- > Gaul nemēton `sacellum'; OIr nemed `sacellum'
Russ. meaning: пасти(сь)
References: WP II 330 f (with some confusion in Pok.)
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