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Proto-IE: *(s)mer-
Meaning: to fall to thinking, to remember, to take care
Old Indian: smárati `to remember, recollect', ptc. smr̥ta-; smaraṇa- n., smŕ̥ti- f. `remembrance, memory'
Avestan: maraiti, -šmaraiti `gedenkt', mimara- `eingedenk'
Armenian: mormokh `Bedauern, Missvergnügen, Kummer, Leid'
Old Greek: mérmēro- `kummervoll, furchtbar; (viel) sinnend, sorgend'; mermái̯rō, mermērízdō `sorgen, sinnen, ersinnen, überlegen, zaudern', pl. mérmērai̯ f. `Sorgen, Besorgnisse', merimnáō `Sorge tragen, sorgen, bedacht sein', mérimna f. `Sorge, Besorgnis'
Germanic: *mur-n-ē- vb., *mimr=, *maimr=
Latin: memor, -oris `eingedenk; bedacht auf etwas', memoria f. `Gedächtnis, Erinnerung; Gedanke; Erwähnung, Nachricht; Denkmal, Grabmal'
Russ. meaning: задумываться, вспоминать, заботиться
References: WP II 689 f
piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-arm,piet-greek,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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