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Proto-IE: *new-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: new
Hittite: newa- 'neu, frisch', newahh- 'erneuern' (Friedrich 150)
Tokharian: A ñu, B ñuwe 'new' (PT *ñäwe) (Adams 269)
Old Indian: náva-, návya- `new, fresh, young'
Avestan: nava- 'neu'
Armenian: nor
Old Greek: néo-, Ion. nêi̯o- (A.R., Hsch.) `neu; jung, jugendlich, ungewöhnlich, unerhört, schlimm'
Slavic: *novъ(jь)
Baltic: *naũ-j-a-, *nau-n-a- sdj.
Germanic: *niw-ja-, *niww-ia- adj.
Latin: novus, -a `neu, jung'
Other Italic: Osk Núvellum `Novellum', Núvlanúís `Nōlānīs'
Celtic: Gaul Nevio-, Novio-dūnum; OIr nūe; Cymr newydd, OBret nouuid, neuued, Bret neuez
Russ. meaning: новый
References: WP II 324
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