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Proto-IE: *(s)ptēiw-, *(s)ptyēw- (-th-)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to spit
Tokharian: ? B pitke 'spittle' (Adams 385)
Old Indian: ṣṭhīvati, ṣṭhīvyati `to spit, spit out', ptc. ṣṭhyūta-
Avestan: spāma- `Speichel, Schleim'
Old Greek: ptǖ́ō, aor. ptǘsai̯, ps. ptüsthē̂nai̯, va. -ptüsto- `spucken, ausspeien'; ptǘalo-n, ptǘelo-n n. (/-s m.) `Speichel'
Slavic: *pljūtī, *pljьvǭ; *pljьvātī, *pljūjǭ
Baltic: *speû- (*speû-ja-) vb. (1); *spjāw-ā̂ f., *spü-d-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *spīw-a- vb.; *spū-t-ia- vb., *spū-t-ō-, etc.
Latin: spuō, -ere, spuī, spūtum `spucken'
Russ. meaning: плевать
References: WP II 683
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