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






Etruscan_Phrases
Indo-European Table 1, Part 9

 by Mel Copeland
(from a work published in 1981)


Etruscan_Phrases

 by Mel Copeland

(from a work published in 1981)







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

Sanskrit

Avestan, Persian, & Georgian, etc.

Slavic, Baltic , Romanian, Finnish

Greek Armenian* Albanian

Latin

Other

English

Etruscan
vidatha, council;
pAriSada, the
attendants of a god,
vṛddhaḥ, elder person, jyeṣṭhaḥ, elder, adj., sanaj, sanaka (ablat.) adj. old, ancient; jIri, old age; Azina, jUrya, adj., aged;


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hano, aged (Avestan) (bozorgtar,
بزرگتر elder, mehtar, elder, adj., kohan, sâlxorde,
pir,
پیر   old, adj.;
bâstâni, dirine, adj.,
bâstâni, ancient
anjoman, sowrâ, council, senâ, senate (Persian)

მოხუცს, mokhutss, old person,

სენატის, senat’is, senate (Georgian)

taršu-a-ni, taršuwan, person (Urartian)

edi, ed(i)-, person, body, self,

taršuvani, person (Hurrian)

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старэйшына,

starejšyna, elder, стары чалавек, stary čalaviek, old person, сенат, sienat, senate (Belarusian)
stariji, elder,
stara osoba, old person, senat, senate (Croatian)
starszy, elder, stary człowiek, old person, senat, senate (Polish)
vecākais, elder, vecs cilvēks, old person, senāts, senate (Latvian)
mai mare, elder,
persoană în vârstă, old person, SENAT, senate (Romanian)
vanhempi, elder,
vanhus, old person, senaatti, senate (Finnish-Uralic) senaatti
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Γέροντα,
Géronta, elder, γερουσία, παλιά άτομο, paliá átomo, old person, henne, aged, gerousía, senate (Greek)
ավագ, avag, elder,
հին մարդը,  hin mardy, old person, սենատ, senat, senate (Armenian)
i moshuar, elder,
person i vjetër, old person, vieç, aged, senat, senate (Albanian)

senatus-us [or-i] a council of elders, the Senate; senatus [senati] consultum, a formal resolution of the Senate; senex, senile, senectus-a-um,
old age, senecta-ae,  old age,
aetas-atis, age

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elder, elder,
duine d'aois, old person, Seanad, senate (Irish)
Elder, elder,
seann duines, old person, aosda, aged, Seanadh, senate (Scott)
Elder, elder,
person oed, old person, senedd-au, senate, parliament; hynafgwr, old man, elde, hen, adj. old, ancient, aged (Welsh)
kozh, yen, aged (Breton)
sambuco, elder,
persona anziana, old person, senilita, senility;
vecchio, old
senato
, senate house (Italian)
aîné, elder,
personne âgée, old person, sénile, adj. senile; vieux, vielle, old age, elderly sénat, senate  (French)

jarāmaraṃ ‘ [B jarāmaraṃ] old age and death, ksaise, old (Tocharian)

Mehuantah, Miahuantah,

Mihuntadr/Miahuantan,

Mehuant, miiahunte, Mehuant, miyahwanz, old, elderly,

Mehuuandahh/ Miiahuuantahh, old, to make old,

Witspant/Wetspant, old, grown old, ŠU-GI, old  (Hittite)



elder [<OE eldra], council of elders, senate, old [<OE eald]
(Etruscan context is "council")
SeNATA, Script
R381
SeNATE, Script
R584; (SENATE a SeNATES)
SeNATES, Script Q717, R584
(Q717-SeNATES A SeNATES)


SeNIMO
(SeNIMV)
,
or
snimo, Script N63
SeNATES, Script
Q717, R584
x x x x x x Snenar, Saenar (Senir,  Myrrh, Smyrna, from Mt. Hermon?, mother of Dionysus) SNENAR (SNENAO) or SAENAR Script DR-1 (name over image of seated goddess)
x x x x

sentina-ae, bilge-water, rabble, dregs of the population

x

Sentinates,  name

Sentinates, Script LS-1

vi-yojayatix to separate, saptatha, saptama, the seventh, saptan, seven, bahuśaḥ, often, frequently


hapta, seven (Avestan)
jod
â,  جدا    separate,  jodâyi, duri, gosixtegi,
separation
, haft
,
هفت seven; aghlab, often (Persian)
განცალკევება, gantsalk’eveba, to separate, შვიდი,
shvidi, seven,
ხშირად, khshirad, often (Georgian)



šindi, šind(i), seven (Hurrian)

 jammin, seven? (Akkadian)




аддзяліць,

addzialić, to separate, сем, siem, seven, часта, časta, often (Belarusian)
odvojiti, to separate, sedam, seven,  često, often (Croatian)
oddzielić, to separate, siedem, seven,  często, often (Polish)
septyni, seven
(Baltic-Lithuanian)
atdalīt, to separate,
septiņi, seven,
bieži, often (Latvian)
a separa, to separate,  Șapte, seven, de multe ori, often (Romanian)
erottaa, to separate, seitsemän, seven,
usein, often (Finnish-Uralic) usein

να διαχωριστούν,
na diachoristoún, to separate, επτά, eptá, eseven, συχνά, sychná, often (Greek)
բաժանել, bazhanel, to separate, յոթ, yot’, seven, հաճախ, hachakh, often (Armenian)
për të ndarë, to separate, shtatë, seven, shpesh, often (Albanian)


separo-aro, to sever, separate, consider or
treat separately;
septem, seven; diu, adv. by day, for a long time; rivus-i, stream; saepio, saepire, saepsi, saeptum, to hedge in, enclose, surround, confine;
saeptum-i, enclosure where the Romans voted at the comitis;
saepe, often,
frequently

a scaradh, to separate, seacht, seven, go minic, often (Irish)
a sgaradh, to separate, seachd, seven, gu tric, often (Scott)
i wahanu, to separate, saith, seven, aml, often (Welsh)
separare, to separate, to part, sette, seven; spesso, often; (Italian);
séparer, to divide,
separate;
sept, seven, souvent, often (French)

Sibun, seven (Gothic)
sukt, seven (Tocharian)

Mark/Mrk, to divide, separate, unravel,

Tuhs, Tuhsana, Tuhsani, Tuhus, to separate, to cut off, to be  cut off, separated,

satau, sapta,

Siptama, seven,

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