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Multiple-languages Language Multiple-languages Vocabulary: Indo‐European etymology

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This is a page of the etymology of common words and morphemes in modern Indo-European languages.

In progress.

Proto-Albanian[edit | edit source]

Proto-Anatolian[edit | edit source]

Proto-Armenian[edit | edit source]

Proto-Balto-Slavic[edit | edit source]

Proto-Slavic[edit | edit source]

etymon derivative etymon's cognate etymon's Proto-Indo-European etymon

Proto-Celtic[edit | edit source]

Proto-Greek[edit | edit source]

Ancient Greek[edit | edit source]

etymon derivative etymon's cognate etymon's Proto-Indo-European etymon

Proto-Italic[edit | edit source]

Latin[edit | edit source]

etymon derivative etymon's cognate etymon's Proto-Indo-European etymon

Proto-Indo-Iranian[edit | edit source]

Proto-Iranian[edit | edit source]

etymon derivative etymon's cognate etymon's Proto-Indo-European etymon

Proto-Indo-Aryan[edit | edit source]

Sanskrit[edit | edit source]

etymon derivative etymon's cognate etymon's Proto-Indo-European etymon

Proto-Germanic[edit | edit source]

etymon derivative etymon's cognate etymon's Proto-Indo-European etymon
*ab Danish: af

Dutch: af

Elfdalian: åv

English: of, off

Faroese: av

German: ab

Icelandic: af

Limburgish: aaf, aof

Low German: af, of

Luxembourgish: of

Norwegian Bokmål: ab; av

Plautdietsch: auf

Scots: of, off, af, aff

Saterfrisisch: oawe, ou

Swedish: av, af

Vlaams: of

West Frisian: af, ôf

Yiddish: אָפּ‎

*h₂epó
*andi Afrikaans: en

Cimbrian: un

Danish: end

Dutch: en

English: and

Estonian: ent

Faroese: enn

Finnish: entä

German: und

Hunsrik: un

Icelandic: enn

Ingrian: entä

Latvian: un

Limburgish: ènde, ènd, èn, è

Low German: un, on, en

Luxembourgish: an

Mócheno: ont

North Frisian: en

Norwegian: enn

Pennsylvania German: un

Plautdietsch: un, en

Saterfrisisch: un

Scots: an

Swedish: än

West Frisian: en, in

Yiddish: און‎

*h₂énti
*beuną English: be

Scots: be

Latin: fuī, futūrus

Sanskrit: भवति

*bʰuH-
*þat Afrikaans: dat

Danish: det

Dutch: dat, het

English: that

German: das, dass

Faroese: tað, hað

Icelandic: það

Limburgish: det

Low German: dat, datt

Luxembourgish: dass; dat, datt

Norwegian Bokmål: det

Norwegian Nynorsk: det, dat

Saterfriesisch: dat

Scots: that

Silesian: doas

Swabian: des

Swedish: det

Swiss German: ds, s

*þes- Cimbrian: diiza

Dutch: deze, dit

English: these

German: diese

Icelandic: þessi

Limburgish: deze

Low German: düsse, disse

West Frisian: dizze

*só
*in Afrikaans: in

Bavarian: i

Cimbrian: inn, in

Danish: i

Dutch: in

Elfdalian: i

English: in

Faroese: í, íggj

German: in

Icelandic: í

Limburgish: in

Luxembourgish: an

Norwegian: i

Pennsylvania German: in

Pfaelzisch: in, en

Saterfriesisch: in

Scots: in

Swedish: i

West Frisian: yn

Yiddish: אין‎

*h₁én
*sa Afrikaans: die

Bavarian: da

Cimbrian: dèar, dar

Dutch: de

English: the

German: der

Faroese: sá

Hunsrik: dää

Icelandic: sá

Kölsch: dä

Limburgish: dae

Low German: de

Mócheno: der

Saterfrisisch: die

Scots: the

Swabian: d'r

Swedish: de

Swiss German: dr

West Frisian: de, dy

Yiddish: דער‎

Ancient Greek: ὁ

Sanskrit: स

Tocharian B: se

*só
*ta Afrikaans: te, tot

Dutch: te, tot

German: zu

*do
*tō Afrikaans: tot; toe

Cimbrian: zo

Dutch: toe; tot

English: to, too

German: zu

Limburgish: tót

Low German: to

Luxembourgish: zou, zu

North Frisian: to, tö, tu

Saterfrisisch: tou

Scots: tae

West Frisian: ta

Wymysorys: cy

Yiddish: צו‎

*doh₁

Proto-Tocharian[edit | edit source]

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