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Proto-IE: *yē- (Gr zd-)
Meaning: to long for, to be angry, etc.
Tokharian: B yāsk- 'beg, entreat' (Adams 494)
Old Indian: {yā- 'beg, entreat',} ṛṇa-yā́- 'going after or demanding obligations', yātú- m. 'sorcery, witchcraft'
Avestan: yāsaiti 'wonach langen, verlangen, streben, erbitten'
Other Iranian: NPers ǯādū 'Zauberer'
Old Greek: zdē̂lo-s m., zdē̂los n. 'jealousy, zeal for; fervour, zeal; pride, honour, glory', zdōró- 'pure, sheer' (prop. of wine without water)
Slavic: *jārъ(jь); *jārī́tī sę̄
Russ. meaning: бесноваться
References: WP I 197
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