Indo-European Table with Slavic, Baltic, Greek, Latin, Tocharian, Anatolian, Gaelic, Latin, Italian, French & Etruscan Indo-European Table 1, Etruscan Vocabulary, Etruscan Phrases, with Indo-European cognates
06.23.2020 Etruscan etymological relationships to other Indo-European languages; Proto-Indo-European (PIE):




Etruscan_Phrases
Indo-European Table 1, Part 7

by Mel Copeland

(from a work published in 1981)





Etruscan_Phrases

 by Mel Copeland

(from a work published in 1981)






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


Sanskrit


Avestan, Persian, Georgian, Hurrian, Akkadian


Slavic, Baltic, Romanian,
Finnish-Uralic


Greek, Armenian*, Albanian, Basque


Latin

other

English

Etruscan



arhati, please, prīṇāti or prīṇayati, to please, delight,  to please, gladden,
rejoice, delight in, wish to please or
propitiate; daks,
daksati, -te
, to
satisfy, please, be able or strong; chad & chand, chantti, chandati, chadayati (te), to seem, appear, please




zaosha [-], agreement, wish (Avestan)
khvsh,
خوش delighted, pleased, khvshhal, خوشحال  pleased,  movfeqat kardan, موافقت كردن to agree, consent, follow,  sxgr sodan, سازگار بودن, to agree, accord  (Persian)

გთხოვთ
, gtkhovt, to please (Georgian)

pic̟
-, glad, to rejoice,
piṣu=e, pleasure, piṣu-ə, pleasure, joy (Urartian)
piʒ-
, pleased, glad, to rejoice,
an-, to be pleased (Hurrian)





gamālu, to please, save, to spare, to come to an agreement, maḫāru, to please, correspond in size, be in agreement, be equal, to pray to a deity, etc., naāu, to be pleasing, in good health, prosper, to be rich, napard, to become pleased, joyous, cheerful, cheer up, cheerful, to become Illuminated, bright, brighten, illuminate, to make to make clear, explicit,   ṭābu, to please, to make pleasing, good, sound, sweet, satisfy, to heal, make healthy, to improve, prepare, sweet, to refine, to make  happy, to repair, tarāṣu, pleasing,  to be honest, proper, to manage, etc.,  (Akkadian)
























дагадзіць,
dahadzić, to please (Belarusian)
zadovoljiti, to please (Croatian),
prosze, to please
(Polish)


lūgt, to please (Latvian)
a multumi, to please, PLAC, please, I am pleased (Romanian)
miellytt, to please (Finnish-Uralic)

για να ευχαριστήσει, gia na efcharistsei, to please, προσφέρω, prosfero, I offer (Greek)
το խնդրեմ, to khndrem, to please (Armenian)


pr t knaqur, Ju lutem, to please, plqej,  like (Albanian)

mesedez, laket izan, to please (Basque)


placeo-ere-ui and
itus, um, itum



le do thoil, to please (Irish)

gu thoil, to please (Scott)
i blesio, plesio, to please;  boddio, to please, satisfy, gratify, humor;
  (Welsh)
placere, to please (Italian)
plaire, to please (French)



cicr (adj.)  [B ccare, cicare], pleasant, lovely, delightful, [B, wīna], pleasure, A/B plāk, agreed, to be agreed on,  (Tocharian)







tuskruant, glad, happy, tali, pleasant,
tallies, talies, to be pleasant, sanezziahh, sanetsiah, pleasant, to make pleasant,  ssanezzies, anetsies, to become pleasant, sanetsisanitsi,
pleasant, tasty, outstanding, excellent, first-class, fragrant,
assu- (SIG5), pleasant, good, agreeable (Hittite)









to please, [<Lat. placere], be
agreeable, [<OFr. agreer]

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plak, Script Q351




samaḥ, plain, level, carpata, adj., flat; prastirna, adj., spread, extended, flat

paxt, hamvr, adj., flat, hamvr, هموار هموار flat, horizontal, even, sf,  صاف flat, even, broad, phanydan, پهنیدن  to flatten, expand  (Persian)

ბინა bina, flat (Georgian)


labnu, flat, shallow (Akkadian)




кватэра, kvatera, flat (Belarusian)
ravan
, flat (Croatian)

plaski
, plasko
flat (Polish)
plakans, flat (Latvian) aplatiza, flatten, plane, flat,  flat-u, flat- was used for old Rom. (Romanian)
tasainen, flat (Finnish-Uralic)