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Proto-IE: *tāw-
Meaning: to melt
Old Indian: tóya- n. `water', tūya- n. id.
Other Iranian: Osset thayun `tauen, schmelzen'
Armenian: thanam , aor. thachi `benetz'; thanam, aor. thachay `werde feucht'
Old Greek: tǟ́kō, aor. tǟ̂ksai̯, -asthai̯, va. tǟktó- `schmelzen, auflösen, verzehren'; tǟ́komai̯, aor. etákēn, tǟkhthē̂nai̯, pf. tétǟka `zerschmelzen, zerfliessen, verwesen'; tǟ̂ksi-s `das Schmelzen', sün-, perí-tǟgma n. `das Zusammengeschmolzene, das Hinschwinden', tǟkedṓn, -ónos f. `Abzehrung, Verwesung, Schmelze', takeró- `schmelzend, flüssig, weich, zart'
Slavic: *tā́jǭ, *tā́jātī
Baltic: ? *tu-n-i-, *tu-n-a- c.
Germanic: *ɵaw-ja- vb., *ɵaw-ja- m., *ɵáw-ō f., *ɵáw-ō- vb.
Latin: tābēs, -is `die (schmerzende, sich zersetzende) Flüssigkeit, Schlamm, Jauche; Zersetzung, Verwesung, Auszehrung, Seuche; Gram', tābum, -ī n. `Jauche, Schleim, Seuche', tābidus, -a `schmelzend'
Celtic: *tōd- > OIr tām `tabes'; Cymr tawdd `liquefacio', toddi `liquescere', Bret teuzi `schmelzen'
Russ. meaning: таять
References: WP I 701 f
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