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Proto-IE: *od-
Meaning: to smell
Armenian: hot `Duft, Geruch'
Old Greek: ózdō, pf. ódōda `riechen, duften', odmǟ́, osmǟ́ f. `Duft, Geruch'
Slavic: *ādātī ( > Czech jadati, badati `forschen, untersuchen', Pol badać)
Baltic: *ō̂d- (-ja-) (2) vb. tr.
Germanic: *ṓs=
Latin: odor (OLat odōs), -ōris m. `Geruch', odefacio (jünger olfacio) `rieche, wittere', oleō/olō, -uī, -ēre/-ere `riechen, duften'
Albanian: amɛzɛ `Geruch, bitterer Geschmäck', amë `unangenehmer Geruch'
Russ. meaning: пахнуть, нюхать
References: WP I 174
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