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Proto-IE: *speud-
Meaning: to press, to hurry
Armenian: ? phoit, gen. phuthoy `Eifer'
Old Greek: spéu̯dō, -omai̯, aor. spêu̯sai̯, pf. md. éspeu̯smai̯ `sich sputen, eile, streben, sich anstrengen', tr. `antreiben, beschleunigen, betreiben, nachstreben'; spou̯dǟ́ f. `Eile, Eifer, Mühe, Ernst, Wohlwollen'
Baltic: *spaûd- (-ja-) vb. tr., *spaûd-ī̂- vb., *spaud-ā̂ f., *spaud-mō̃ c., *spaũd-(s)t-a- n., *spūd-ā̂ f., *spū̂d-t-i (1?)
Russ. meaning: давить, торопить
References: WP II 659
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