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Proto-IE: *meyǝ-
Meaning: soft, tender
Old Indian: máyas n. `refreshment, enjoyment, pleasure, delight'
Slavic: *mī́lъ(jь)
Baltic: *meî-l-a-, *mei-l-u- adj., *meî-l-ō̂- vb. (1), *mī̂-l-a-, *mī̂l-u- adj. (1), *mei-t-ē- vb., *mil̂- vb.
Latin: mītis, -e `weich (von Früchten); locker (von der Erde); mild, sanft, friedsam'
Celtic: *moit-, *meit-, *mein- > OIr mōith `weich, mild', comoithaigidir `ēmolliat'; mīn `sanft, glatt, klein'; MIr mōeth `weich, mild'; Ir maoth `weich, mild'; Cymr mwydo `erweichen', mwydion `Weichteile'; mwyn `clēmēns, urbānus, cōmis, lēnis'; OCorn muin, moin `gracilis'
Albanian: mirɛ gut, schön
Russ. meaning: мягкий, нежный
References: WP II 244
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