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Proto-IE: *ō(w)ǝs- <PIH *ō->
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: lip, mouth (outer)
Hittite: ais, Gen. issas n. 'Mund' (Pedersen Hitt. 47 f)
Old Indian: ā́s n. `mouth, face', āsyà- n. `mouth, jaws'; óṣṭha- m. `lip'
Avestan: āh- 'Mund, Maul, Öffnung einer Wunde', aošta-, aoštra- 'Lippe'
Old Greek: parẹ̄ǟ́, aeol. pl. parâu̯ai̯ f. `Wangen', parḗio-n n. `Wange, Backenstücke'
Slavic: *ūstā; *ūštьje; *ūstьnā, *ūzdā́
Baltic: *ō̂st-a- (2) c., *ō̂st-ā̂ (2) f., *aûst-jā̂- (1) vb.
Germanic: *ṓs-a- m., n., *ōz-án- m.
Latin: ōs, gen. ōris n. `Mund; Gesichtsausdruck, Gesicht, Maske; Mündung'; ōra f. `Rand, Saum, Grenze; Meerküste, Region'; pl. aureae, ōreae `Gebiss am Zaum'; aureax `auriga'; aurīga, ōrīga `Wagenlenker, Pferdelenker'; ausculum, ōsculum `Mündchen, Kuss'; ōstium n. (inschr. austium, Rom *ūstjǫ) `Eingang, Türe; Flussmündung'
Russ. meaning: губа; рот (внешн.)
References: WP I 168 f
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