*lewbʰ-  

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Proto-Indo-European *lewbʰ-

Root

  • lewbʰ-

to love Derived terms Terms derived from the PIE root *lewbʰ-

  • lubʰ-yé-ti (ye-present)

Albanian: *luPi- Albanian: lyp Indo-Iranian: *lubʰyáti Indo-Aryan: *lubʰyáti Sanskrit: लुभ्यति (lúbhyati, “to desire, to be perplexed”)

  • lowbʰ-éye-ti (causative)

Indo-Iranian: *lawbʰáyati Indo-Aryan: *lawbʰáyati Sanskrit: लोभयति (lobháyati, “to make crazy”)

  • lubʰ-eh₁-(ye)-ti (stative)

Italic: *luβēō (“to desire”) Latin: libet

  • lewbʰ-o-s

Balto-Slavic: *ljaubas Slavic: *ljubъ (see there for further descendants) Germanic: *leubaz (“dear, beloved”) (see there for further descendants)

  • lubʰ-o-m

Germanic: *lubą (“praise”), *lubōną (“to praise”) (see there for further descendants) Unsorted formations: Balto-Slavic: Lithuanian: liaupsė (“praise”) Slavic: *ljubiti (“to love”) Germanic: *lubō (“love”), *leubō (see there for further descendants) Italic: *louβ- Oscan: loufir

Root

  • lewbʰ-

to cut off Derived terms

  • lowbʰ-o-m

Germanic: *laubą lubʰ-ró-s Italic: *lufros Latin: liber



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