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Proto-IE: *temǝ-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: dark
Old Indian: támas- n. `darkness, gloom', tamasá- `dark-coloured', tamrá- `darkening', támisra- n., támisrā f. `darkness, dark night', tāmrá- `of a coppery red colour'
Avestan: tǝmah- `Dunkel, Finsternis'; tąɵra- n. pl. `Dunkelheit'
Other Iranian: NPers tār `finster'
Slavic: *tьmьnъ(jь); *tьmā
Baltic: *tem̂- vb. inch., *tam-s-ā̂ f., *tam̂-s-u- (1) adj., *tim̃-s-r-a- adj., *tums-, *tims- vb. inch.
Germanic: *ɵim-az-a- n., *ɵin-s-tr-a-, *ɵun-s-tr-a- adj., *ɵimz=, *ɵēm=
Latin: tenebrae pl. f. `Finsternis'; temere adv. `blindlings, zufällig, aufs Geratewohl, ohne Grund'; temerāre `beflecken, entweihen, schänden'
Celtic: *tem- > OIr temel `Finsternis', MIr teim, temen `dunkel, grau'; MBret teffal `finster'
Russ. meaning: темный
References: WP I 721 f
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-iran,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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