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Proto-IE: *mad-
Meaning: wet
Old Indian: mā́dyati, mamátti, mandate `to be glad, rejoice; to be drunk; to boil, bubble (as water); máda- m. `excitement, intoxication'
Avestan: maδa- `Rauschtrank, Rauschbegeisterung'; mad- `sich berauschen, sich ergötzen an'
Old Greek: madáō 'to be moist or sodden; to fall off (of hair)'
Slavic: *jьz-modētī (> Rus dial. измодеть)
Latin: madeō, -uī, madēre 'быть мокрым, влажным, пропитанным, смоченным; течь, струиться'
Russ. meaning: мокрый
References: In Indoir. contamination with *mat- 'drunk'
piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-greek,piet-slav,piet-lat,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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