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Giidhti- 'ford' ETYM: The Celtic formations can be interpreted as causatives or iteratives, derived from *gWoh2d'h_eye_. Gr. bJssa, Dor. bJssa 'valley' (if from *gWeh2dh-tih2) is possibly cognate, but the meanings are quite different. Skt. gahate 'wade', Lith. gOiti 'overthrow, overturn', Croat. glrziti 'tread, wade' appear to be from the same root (*gWeh2-, cf, Skt. jigiiti 'goes', Gr. eM 'went'), but with a different suffix (*_gh-). , EIEC 160, Deshayes 2003: 106. *bakko- 'hook, (curved) stick, hook' [Noun] GOlD: Olr.
Enejf CO: Co. enef PIE: *h2enht-mon- 'breath' (IEW: 38) COGN: Lat. anima 'soul' SEE: *anatHi 'breath' ETYM: In both branches of Insular Celtic, the reflexes of this PCelt. etymon were influenced by Lat. anima. REF: LEIA A-78, StUber 1998: 148ff. *anatla 'breath' [Noun] GOlD: Olr. antil [a f] W: MWanadyl, anadl [fand m] BRET: MBret. alazn CO: Co. anal, anel PIE: *h2enh1- 'breath' (IEW: 38) COGN: Lat. animus, Gr. anemos SEE: *ana- 'breathe' ETYM: Gaul. anatia (Larzac) should perhaps be translated as 'souls' and related to these words.
Ad, ada [Gen s] W: MWaddas 1. 'merit, reward' 2. 'right, fitting' BRET: OBret. camadas gl. habilis PIE: *h2ed- (IEW: 3) COGN: Umbr. arsie 'sancte' SEE: *adestu- 'merit' ETYM: The reconstruction of the PCelt. form is based on the assumption that Olr. ada 'legal' is actually the genitive singular of ad, which might not be the case. W addas 'convenient, worthy of presumably represents a derivative *adestu-, parallel to Olr. adas 'lawful, just'. REF: LEIA A-12, 13, DGVB 94, GPC I: 31, de Bernardo Stempel 1999: 94.
Etymological Dictionary of Proto-Celtic (Leiden Indo-European Etymological Dictionary Series) by Ranko Matasovi