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Proto-IE: *reyǝ-
Meaning: to flow, to run
Old Indian: riṇā́ti, rī́yate, impf. áriṇvan `to release, set free, let go', rīṇa- `melted, dissolved', rītí- f. `motion, course; stream, current'; raya- m. `stream of a river, current, quick motion, speed', rétas n. `flow, stream; sperm'
Slavic: *rēkā; *rьjātī, *rējǭ; *rīnǭtī; *rojь
Baltic: *rī̂- vb. tr. (1), *raj-u- adj., *raj-ā̂ f., *rī̃-tl-iā̃ f. (1)
Germanic: *rī́-ɵ-a- m., *rī́ɵ-ō(n-) f.
Latin: rīvus, -ī m. `Bach, Wasserrinne, Wassergraben, Wasserlritung, Stollen'; dē-rīvāre `ableiten'
Celtic: Gaul Rhēnos `Rhein'; Ir rīan `Meer'; Cymr rhid `Same'; OIr riathor, Cymr rhaiadr, OCymr reatir `Wasserfall'
Russ. meaning: течь, бежать
References: WP I 136 f
piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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