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Proto-IE: *(a)ner- <PIH *a->
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: man
Hittite: innarawatar 'life power', innarawant= 'strong', Luw. annar-ummi- 'strong' (Tischler 358ff)
Old Indian: nár-, nára- m. `man, person', nā́rī f. `woman, wife'; nárya- `manly, human'; sū-nára- 'young man; youthful'
Avestan: nā, nar- 'Mann, Mensch', nāirī 'Frau'; nairya- 'mannhaft, männlich'
Armenian: air, gen. arrn `Mann, Mensch', aru `männlich'
Old Greek: anḗr, gen. andrós, acc. ándra m. Mann, Mensch'; ǟnoréǟ 'manliness'
Latin: neriōsus, -ä `resistēns, fortis'
Other Italic: Osk ner, pl. gen. nerum `vir'; Umbr pl. acc. nerf, dat. nerus `procerēs, prīncipēs'
Celtic: *nerto-m: Gaul Nerto-briga, Esu-nertus, etc.; OIr nert `Mannhaftigkeit'; Cymr nerth `Mannhaftigkeit', Corn nerth `Mannhaftigkeit', Bret nerz `Kraft'
Albanian: n'er Mann, Mensch
Russ. meaning: мужчина
References: WP II 332 f
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