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Proto-IE: *(a)mewǝ-, *mwō-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to move, to drive
Tokharian: A mew-, B miw- (PT *miw-) 'shake, quake' (Adams 463); A, B mus- 'lift, move aside' (Adams 466)
Old Indian: mīvati `to press, push, open by pressure' (with ā-, ni-, pra-, prati-); kā́ma-mūta- `strongly affected or impelled by love', mūrá- `rushing, impetuous'; muṣṇā́ti, móṣati 'to steal, rob, plunder'
Avestan: ava-mīvāmahi `wir beseitigen, nehmen weg', a-muyamna- `unbeweglich, wovon nicht abzubringen'
Old Greek: aor. améü̯sasthai̯ `übertreffen, überschreiten; Handl treiben', gortyn. amewusasthai `améipsasthai'; amǖ́nō `abwehren', med. `sich verteidigen, sich rächen' || mō̂mai̯, 3 sg. mō̂tai̯, inf. mō̂sthai̯, ptc. mṓmeno-, aor. emṓsato = heûren, etekhnásato, ezḗtēsen Hsch. (`streben, trachten, begehren'); mō̂si-s f. `das Streben'; mai̯máō (maimā́ei̯, mai̯mṓōsi etc.) `heftig verlangen, toben, stürmen'
Slavic: *mājātī, *mājetь; *motātī, *mātātī, *māxātī
Baltic: *maû- (2) vb. tr., *pa=maũ-t-a- c.
Germanic: *mau-s-id-ō(n-) f.
Latin: moveō, -ēre, mōvī, mōtum `in Bewegung setzen, hin und her bewegen, rühren, schütteln; fortbewegen, entfernen'; mōbilis, -e `beweglich', mōmen, mōmentum `Bewegung'
Other Italic: Umbr abl. f. comohota `commōtā, oblātā'
Russ. meaning: двигать(ся), гнать
References: WP II 218 f, 252 f; See REFERNUM 1208
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