Indo-European Table with Slavic, Baltic, Greek, Latin, Tocharian, Anatolian, Gaelic, Latin, Italian, French & Etruscan Indo-European Table 1, Etruscan vocabulary, with Indo-European cognates
8.10.18 Etruscan etymological relationships to other Indo-European languages; Proto-Indo-European (PIE):






Etruscan_Phrases
Indo-European Table 1, Part 8

 by Mel Copeland
(from a work published in 1981)






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

Sanskrit

Avestan & Armenian*

Slavic & Baltic

Greek & Albanian

Latin

other

English

Etruscan

rājakīya, royal, belonging to a king or queen

saltanati, سلطنتی  royal (Persian)
სამეფო,
samepo, royal (Georgian)

xкаралеўскі,
karalieŭski, royal (Belarusian)
kraljevski, royal (Croatian)

królewski, royal (Polish)
karaliskais, royal (Latvian)
regal, royal (Romanian)
kuninkaallinen, royal (Finnish-Uralic)

xβασιλικός,
vasilikós, royal (Greek)

արքունիք,
ark’unik’, royal (Armenian)
mbretëror, royal (Albanian)

regalis, regius-a-um,
of a king, royal,
regal, splendid

ríoga, royal (Irish)
rìoghail, royal (Scott)
brenhinol, royal (Welsh)
reale,
royal  (Italian)
royal, adj. royal,
réel, adj. real
(French)

kākmärtune, rulership, sovereingnty (Tocharian)
rulership, 
Saladr/Salan, rulership, kingship, greatness, Hantawadi, royal, Hasuetsi, royal status, Hasuetsna, royalty (Hittite)






real [<Lat. realis], royal,[<OE cyning, king]

rial, Script AM-9, AR-4
rials, Script BS-19

dhanin, rich, nabābaḥ,

bhogapatiḥ a rich man, sudhana, adj., very rich; tilvila, adj., fertile, rich;
purUvasu, adj., rich in goods.



servatmand, ثروتمند rich, tavângar, pormâye
gerânbahâ, rich, adj. (Persian)

მდიდარი,

mdidari, rich (Georgian)

багатыя, bahatyja, rich (Belarusian)
bogat, rich (Croatian)
bogaty, rich (Polish)
bagāts, rich (Latvian)
bogat, rich (Romanian)

rikas, rich (Finnish-Uralic)

πλούσιος, ploúsios, rich; ploutos, periousia,
wealth (Greek)

հարուստ,
harust, rich (Armenian)
i pasur, rich,  të pasurit, pasanik,
rich (Albanian)

dives-vetis, rich,
wealthy; rica-ae,
a veil,
opis, greatness, wealth, Ops, goddess of wealth

saibhir, rich (Irish)
beairteach,  rich (Scott)
cyfoethog, rich, wealthy, abl, adj. rich, well
off, sufficient; aelaw, wealth (Welsh)
ricco, adj. rich (Italian)
riche, adj. rich
(French)
Sunatruant(i), rich in outpourings (Luvian)
hap, wealthy, to
make a bargain,
Hapina, Hapinat,  wealth, rich, Happines, to become rich, Hapinah, to enrich (Hittite)

rich, wealthy
[<OE
rice, rich]

ric, Script Z100, Z308, Z378, Z842, Z1352, Z1825, Z1787, Au28, Au74, Au102, AN20, N462, R31, L20, L44
rica, Script TC190 –see rica below

pratyākhyāti, reject, śeṣaḥ, refuse, znath (znathiti), pierce, perforate, push back, repel,


rad kardan, رد کردن reject (Persian)
უარი
თქვას, uari tkvas, reject (Georgian)


адхіляць,
adchiliać, reject (Belarusian)
odbiti, reject (Croatian)
odrzucać, reject, odpychac, repel
(Polish)
noraidīt, reject (Latvian)
respinge, reject (Romanian)
hylätä, reject (Finnish-Uralic)

απορρίπτω, aporrípto, to reject (Greek)
մերժել,
merzhel, reject (Armenian)
hedh poshtë, reject, zmbraps, prapësoj,
zbyth, to repel
(Albanian)

reicio-icere-ieci-iectum

diúltú, reject (Irish)
dhiùlt, reject (Scott)
gwrthod, reject, gwrthladd, to resist, repel, combat (Welsh)
rifiutare, reject, respinger, ripugnare, to repel, reject (Italian)
repousser, to repel,
rejeter, to reject (French)

mimma->,
Mimma/Mimm, Mima, Mim  to refuse, reject, Pasku, Paskuuae, to reject, to ignore, to neglect, to remove, Suai, rejection (Hittite)




to throw back,
throw behind,
drive off,
reject

rica? Script TC190

rAj, rAjati, -te,
rASTi;
to reign, rule, direct, be master of, shine, glitter, be illustious or eminent, nayati, to lead, guide, adhitiṣṭhati, to conduct, . ādhipatya-), governorship, padeṣṭṭa, leader, advisor



xshi [-], to rule, govern (Avestan)
jelo raftan,
ژله روفتن to lead, saxt, seft, rigid, adj sarrâst, râst, direct, adj., (Persian)
გაძღოლა, gadzghola, to lead, გამორიცხავს, gamoritskhavs, to rule, მიმართვა, mimartva, to direct (Georgian) 

весці, viesci, to lead, правіць,
pravić, to rule (Belarusian)
voditi, to lead, vladati, to rule (Croatian)
prowadzić, to lead, rządzić, to lead (Polish)
vadīt, to lead, valdīt, to rule (Latvian)
a conduce, to lead, to rule,
RIGĂ, REGE, rex, king (Romanian)
johtaa, to lead,
hallita, to rule (Finnish-Uralic)

να οδηγήσει, na odigísei, to lead, archigos, leader,
κυβερνώ, kyvernó, to rule (Greek)
առաջնորդել, arrajnordel, to rule, կառավարել, karravarel, to rule (Armenian) te udheheqesh, to lead, për të sunduar, to rule, drejtues, leader, kryetar, head,
dirigjent, conductor,
 rol kryesor, main role (Albanian)

rigo-are, to lead;
rego, regere, rexi,
rectum
, to rule

a threorú, to lead, riail, to rule (Irish)
gu stiùir, to lead, gus riaghladh, to rule (Scott)
i arwain, to lead, lywio, to rule, govern, direct, steer;
rheoli, to rule, govern, control, manage (Welsh)
condurre, to lead, rigare, to rule, dirigere, to direct
(Italian)
mener, to lead, rigide, rigid, firm, strict, severe; diriger, to direct, gouverner, to rule (French)
kākmärtune, ruling, governorship,
āk-, lead, drive, kälā-, lead, bring (Tocharian)
Nana, to lead, Tbar, to rule, to govern, Tbaraman, ruling,   governing, Tbaramahit, ruling, position of ruling (Luvian)
tapariala,
Tapariie/a, to rule, lead, decide, to reign, Tbaria, ruling, order, Saladr/Salan, rulership, kingship, greatness (Hittite)

rigid, to lead [<OE lead]; to rule, to steer [OE stieran], govern [<Lat. gubernare], conduct [<Lat. conducere]

rik Script AF-1
rike, Script Q460,
Q726, Q837
rikes, Script Q671,
Q737, Q745, Q754

ambu, Apas,

ārdra, wet, dhArya, vAr, wate r; uda, adj. water; udavAha, bringing water, Udan, water,


âpa [ap], (duNA)âfsh, water (Avestan)
âb
اب water
(Persian)

მორწყვა,
morts’q’va, to water, წყალი, ts’q’ali, water (Georgian)  šiye, šije, water, šijə, water, river (Hurrian)



ў вадзе, ŭ vadzie, to water, вада, vada, water (Belarusian)
zalijevati, to water, voda, water (Croatian)
do wody, to water, woda, water (Polish)
aplaistīt, to water, ūdens, water (Latvian)
la apă, to water, apă, water, IRIG, I irrigate, IRIGA, to irrigate (Romanian)
veteen, to water, vesi, water (Finnish-Uralic)

ποτίζω, potízo, to water, nero, potizo, ύδωρ, ýdor, water
(Greek)

ջուր, jur, water, to water (Armenian)
ujë, to water, ujë,  vadit, vadis, water (Albanian)