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Proto-IE: *snoubh-
Meaning: to marry
Old Greek: nǘmphǟ f. `Braut, Jungfrau, junge Frau; Insektenpuppe'; Ben. einer Göttin niederen Ranges, `Nymphe', nǘmphio- `bräutlich', nümphío-s `Bräutigam', nümphéu̯ō `zur Ehe geben, heiraten'
Slavic: *snǭbītī, *snǭbъkъ, *dēvo-snǭbъ
Latin: nūbō, -ere, nūpsī, nuptum `heiraten (von der Frau)', pl. nuptiae f. `Hochzeit', prōnubus [-a] `Ehestifter(in)', cōnū̆bium n. `Ehe'
Russ. meaning: выходить замуж
References: WP II 697
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