Indo-European Table 1, Etruscan Vocabulary, Etruscan Phrases, with Indo-European cognates

8.28.18 Etruscan etymological relationships to other Indo-European languages; Proto-Indo-European (PIE):





Etruscan_Phrases
Indo-European Table 1, Part 6

by Mel Copeland
(from a work published in 1981)


Etruscan_Phrases

 by Mel Copeland

(from a work published in 1981)











Table 1, Section 1B.1: Indo-European words as they relate to Etruscan. Notes: *Armenian W = West Armenian; E = East Armenian.
See ERRATA for changes

Sanskrit

Avestan, Persian, Georgian

Slavic, Baltic,
Romanian

Greek , Armenian, Albanian

Latin

other

English

Etruscan

mayaa, mayi,
me (mine),
maaM (me)
maamakaM
(from me)
svaaM (of myself)

kn, mar, mle man, pron. mine; xodam, myself
(Avestan)

maiby
[ma]
my, mvya
, mm
[azem], me
(Persian)

მე
, me, ჩემთვის,
chemtvis, to me, ჩემი, chemi, mine, my   (Georgian)
u-u-we, mine, u--ta, u-da, to me, '-iffə, -iffē-, -iffu-suffix, my (Hurrian)

мне, mnie, me, to me, шахта, achta, mine, мой, moj, my (Belarusian)
mi, me, meni, to me,
rudnik, mine, moj, my (Croatian)
ja,
mi, mnie, me, mj, my
(Polish)

men, min, meim (i); maja (i), my (Baltic-Sudovian)
mani, me, uz mani, to me,
raktuves, mine, mans, my (Latvian)

mane (Lithuanian) pe mine, me, mie, to me, ME(A) mine, mele, my (Romanian)
minulle, me, to me, kaivos, mine, minun, my (Finnish-Uralic)



μου, mou, me, δικος μου, dikos mou, mine, mou, my (Greek)
ինձ
, indz, me, իմը, imy, mine, իմ,
im, my (Armenian)
m, me, pr mua, to me, imja, mine, im, my (Albanian)

ego, I, mei, Gen., mihi, Dat., to, for, me;  me, Acc., me (object of verb, and prep.); me, Abl., by, with, from me, meus, -a -um, my:

Nom: mea, meus, meum
Gen. meae, mei, mei, my
Dat. meae, meo,
Acc. meam (f.) meum (m. pl.)
Abl. mea, meo, meo, Voc. mea, mee, meum.

sui, of him, herself, his, her,
sibi, to himself, to herself,
se, himself, herself,
se, by himself, by herself

om, me, to me, mo, my (Irish)
mi, me, mo, my, Dhmhsa, to me (Scott)
fi, me, i mi, to me, fy, my Welsh)
me, me, mio, my, mecco, with me, to me (Italian)
me, me, mon, my, pour moi, to me (French)
am-mu,  -mu, I, me, ammuk, me, -mi-, ma, -miss-, YA, my (Hittite)

My, me, mine

mi, Script M-1, AD-1, L-11, L-15, AB-1, VF-1, OU-1, AV-6, PM-1, PA-1, PJ-2
(My: L.Gen. Single M., N. mei, Nom. Pl. mei)

See also "me,"l' Part 5, including:

me, Script, Z122,
Z224, N149, N280,N357, N363, N391, N485, N582, Q311,Q360, Q551, R459, R474, R619
Me, Script M45

mi, me, mia; me, mine; mek, of me, from me

mek, Script N74,
N112, N139, N173, N206, N216, N230,
Q311, Q326, Q452, Q521, Q784, Q795,
Q806,
Q813, Q829, Q837, Q863, Q871,
TC213, Au22


x მაისი, maisi, May (Georgian)
можа, moa, May (Belarusian)
svibanj, May (Croatian)
Maijs, May (Latvian)
Mai, May (Ropmanian)
saattaa, May (Finnish-Uralic)

Ενδέχεται,
Endchetai, May (Greek)
Մայիս,
Mayis, May (Armenian)
Mund, May (Albanian)

Maia-ae; adj. Maius-a-um;
  May
mBealtaine, May (Irish)
A Chitean, May (Scott)
Mai, May
(Welsh)
maggio, May (Italian)
mai, May (French)
May, month or Maia, mother of Mercury mia, Script Au-3, Au93; VF-1
x x x x x x Midas, king of Phrygia
Midai Script XA-6
(Note the same spelling of Midas as Midai in the Assyrian Chronicles - See Phrygian1g.html
x ათასი,
atasi, thousand (Georgian)


тысяча,  tysiača, thousand (Belarusian)
tisuću, thousand (Croatian)
tysiac
, thousand
(Polish)
tūkstotis, thousand (Latvian)
mie, thousand,
MILĂ, mercy, pity (Romanian)
tuhat, thousand (Finnish-Uralic)

 (Romanian)
χίλια, chlia, thousand (Greek)
հազար,
hazar, thousand (Armenian)
mij, thousand (Albanian)

 mille, milia, [millia] millensimus-a-um), thousand


milarius [millarius] -a-
um,
containing a
thousand
mle, thousand (Irish)
mle, thousand (Scott)
mil, thousand (Welsh)
mille, thousand (Italian)
mille, thousand (French)

Milo, name?
thousand?
Milas, Script XJ-11 (name, Acc., obj. verb)
Milo (MILV) Script PD-1 (name, Dat. -o, "to, for, Milus)

MiLER, Script K93



x x x x x x Mimni, name?
mimni, Script L-1

tarjita, bhartsita, threat, menace;
tarj, tarjati, to threaten,
menace, abuse, terrify

tahdid, padest, menace (Persian)
მუქარა,
mukara, menace (Georgian)

пагроза, pahroza
(Belarusian)
prijetnja, menace (Croatian)
grozba, menace (Polish)
draudi, menace (Latvian)
ameninţare, menace (Romanian)
uhka, menace (Finnish-Uralic)

απειλή, apeil, menace, fobera, foberizo, apeilo, menace (Greek)
սպառնալիք,
sparrnalik, menace (Armenian)
krcnoj, to menace
(Albanian)

minor-ari; minax-acis,  projecting,
overhanging,
threatening

bagairt, menace (Irish)
bidhchead, menace (Scott)
bygwth, to threaten,
menace (Welsh)
minacciare, to menace (Italian)
menacer, to menace
(French)

kltsā, threatened, be threatened (Tocharian)s

shundali , threatening (Hittite)



to jut out, project,
threaten [<OE threat], menace, [<Lat. minari, to threaten]
terrify {[<Lat. terrificare]

minas, Script TC298
minis, Script Au30

avarārdha,

sarvālpaḥ or laghiṣṭha

haddeaghal,  حداقل minimum (Persian)

მინიმული, minimulari, minimul (Georgian)

χai-annə, little (Hurrian)

daqīqu, adj., small, daqqaqīta, adv., small, daqqātu, small amounts left over, dallu, small, inferior, duqququ, very small (Akkadian)




мінімальны,
minimaĺny, minmimul (Belarusian)
minimalan, minimul (Croatian)

minimul, minimul (Polish)
minimāls, minimul (Latvian)
MINIMUL, minimul (Romanian) minimaalinen, minimul (Finnish-Uralic)
ελάχιστος, elachistos, minimal, minimum (Greek)
նվազագույնը, nvazaguyny, minimul (Armenian)
minimal, minimal (Albanian)
նվազագույնըελάχιστος
minimus
osta, minimul, (Irish)
gl bheag, minimul (Scott)
lleiaf posibl, minimul (Welsh)
minimo
, minimal (Italian)
minimum, minimum (French)

Tebues, Tebuah, little, to become little (Hittite)
minimul, the least minimo (MINIMV) Script T-7, PB-1





calati, to move, cālayati, to set in motion, aGga, aGgati, to move; raGg, raGgati, to move  hither and thither, to rock; Ilay, Ilayati, to move; taraMgay, -yati, to move to and fro, toss; mIv, mIvati, to push, move, vivartayati, to alter, change




harakat ddan, حرکت دادن to move, avaz kardan, عوض کردن to change, degargun kardan, gardnidan,
degargun sodan,
to change
(Persian)


 
მოძრაობა,
modzraoba, to move, შეცვლა, shetsvla, to change (Georgian)


allaku, moving, going, ḫabātu, to move across, make an incursion, to continue, advance on, to cross, pass by, proceed, advance, move along, en, to change, to shift, replace, ew, to change, turn into (Akkadian) 









рухацца, ruchacca, to move, для змены, dlia zmieny, to change (Belarusian)
za kretanje, to move, promijeniti, to change (Croatian)
przenieść, to move, zmienić, to change (Polish)
kustēties, to move, Mainīt, to change (Latvian)
a muta, to move, a schimba, to change (Romanian)
ruszaj się, to move, muuttua, to change (Finnish-Uralic)


να μετακινήσω, na metakinso, to move, kinoumai, kino, move, να αλλάξει, na allxei, to change (Greek)
շարժվել,

sharzhvel, to move, փոխել, pvokhel, to change (Armenian)
pr t lvizur, to move, 
lviz, to move, te ndryshosh, to change (Albanian)

moveo, movere, movi, motum,

muto-are, to change, move


chun bogadh, to move, chun athr, to change (Irish)
gluasad, to move, atharrachadh, to change (Scott)
i symud, to move, mudo, to move, remove, emigrate, migrate; ymod, to move, stir,
newid, to change, alter, modify, (Welsh)
muovere, to move, muta, change, shift, relay (Italian)
mouvoir, to move,
mutation, change,
mutation; mutin
adj. unruly
(French)