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Proto-IE: *mē- (*me-) <PIH *meH->
Meaning: to measure
Hittite: mehhur `Zeit'
Tokharian: A inf. messi 'measure' (Adams 471)
Old Indian: māti, mímīte, ptc. mitá- `to measure'; mā́trā f., mātra- n. `measure', mā́na- n. `measuring, measure'; māti- f. `measure' (L.), miti- f. `measuring, measure, weight'
Avestan: mā-, ptc. -mī̆ta-, -māta-; miti- `Mass, Gewicht, Wert'
Other Iranian: OPers mā-; fra-mātar- `Gebieter'
Old Greek: métro-n n. `Mass, das rechte, volle Mass, Ziel, Länge, Grösse, Silben- od. Versmass', mḗtrǟ f. `Ackermass, "klē̂ron"'; mē̂ti-s, -ios/-idos f. `Massnahme, Anschlag, kluge Massnahme, Klugheit'; mḗdomai̯, aor. mḗsasthai̯ `erwägen, ermessen, ersinnen, beschliessen', mē̂sto= <e>bouleúato Hsch.; mḗstōr `kluger Berater'; pl. mḗdea n. `Ratschläge, (kluge) Pläne', mḗstōr `Ersinner, Berater'
Slavic: *mēra, *mērītī, *mēnъ (OCzech); *mētā, *mḗtītī
Baltic: *me-t-sa- (2) c., *ma-t-a- (2) c., *me-t-(s)t-a- (2) c.
Germanic: *mē-ɵ=, *mē-l-an- m., *mḗ-l-a- n., *mḗ-l-ō f., *mē-l-ia- m., *mē-l-ia- vb.
Latin: mētior, -īrī, mēnsus sum `messen, abmessen; durchmessen; ermessen'
Albanian: mat, mas `messe', matɛ `Mass', mōt `Jahr, Wetter'
Russ. meaning: мерить
References: WP II 237 f
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