Word Family - Be

July Miscellaneous

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be, hobbit, kit and (ca)boodle, physician, prove, tribe

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  • Proto-Indo-European *bʰuH- to become, grow, appear
    • Proto-Indo-European *bʰúH-t
      • Albanian bëhem become, get
      • Balto-Slavic *būtei to be
        • Lithuanian būti to be
        • Slavic *byti to be
          • East Slavic
            • Russian быть bytʹ to be
          • South Slavic
            • Serbo-Croatian би̏ти bȉti to be
          • West Slavic
            • Polish być to be
      • Germanic *būaną to dwell, to reside
        • West Germanic
          • Old English būan to dwell
          • Old High German būan to build
            • German bauen to build, to construct
            • Yiddish בויען boyen build, construct
        • Old Norse búa to dwell, to prepare
          • Swedish bo live, dwell
          • Old Norse búinn
            • Middle English boun ready, prepared
              • Scots boun ready, prepared
              • English bound moving in the direction of unrelated to meanings of binding or jumping
        • Gothic 𐌱𐌰𐌿𐌰𐌽 bauan dwell, inhabit, live
      • Hellenic
        • Ancient Greek φύω phúō to grow, to give birth to, to be by one's nature, to be natural
          • Ancient Greek φύσις phúsis origin, nature, form, Nature
            • Greek φύση fýsi nature
            • English physis
            • Ancient Greek φυσικός phusikós natural, physical
              • Latin physica study of nature
                • Old French fisike natural science, art of healing
                  • English physic
                    • English physician
            • English physics
      • Indo-Iranian
        • Indo-Aryan
          • Sanskrit भू bhū́ to be
            • Sanskrit भूमि bhūmi earth, soil, base, country, the element of Earth "that which is"
              • Hindi भूमि bhūmi earth, soil, ground, country, Earth, Goddess of the Earth
              • Malay bumi earth, soil, Earth
              • Thai ภูมิ puu-mí land
              • English Bumi King of Omashu
              • Sanskrit भूमन् bhūman world, territory, majority, assembly
        • Italic *fūai
          • Latin fuī first-person singular perfect active indicative of
            • Spanish fui first-person singular preterite indicative form of and (suppletive)
    • Proto-Indo-European *bʰewH- become full grade present
      • Germanic *beuną to be, to become
        • West Germanic
          • Old English bēon to be, become
            • English be
          • Old High German bim am
            • German bin am (suppletive 1PS present of sein)
      • Indo-Iranian *bʰávati
        • Indo-Aryan
          • Sanskrit भवति bhavati to be, become, happen
            • Sauraseni होइ bhodi become, be
              • Hindi होना honā be, exist
        • Iranian
          • Avestan 𐬠𐬀𐬎𐬎𐬀𐬌𐬙𐬌 bavaiti
          • Persian بودن budan be, exist
    • Proto-Indo-European *bʰuHyéti be becoming, be growing, be appearing imperfective
      • Celtic *buyeti
        • Brythonic
          • Welsh bod to be
        • Old Irish
          • Irish to be
      • Indo-Iranian
        • Indo-Aryan
          • Sanskrit भूत bhūt ghost, spirit
      • Italic *fuiō
        • Latin fīō become, made, take place
          • Latin fīat
            • English fiat
    • Proto-Indo-European *bʰúH-tis being, existence
      • Germanic *būþiz
        • Old Norse búð
          • Icelandic búð shop, tent, camp
          • English booth
          • German Bude kiosk, booth, shack
      • Hellenic
        • Ancient Greek φῠτόν phutón plant, tree, creature, descendant
          • English phyto-
          • English -phyte
    • Proto-Indo-European *bʰuH-tlom dwelling
      • Germanic *bōþlą house, dwelling
        • West Germanic
          • Frankish
            • Dutch boedel estate, collective property of a person not land
              • English boodle money, swag
              • English kit and (ca)boodle
          • Old English botl
            • English bottle house, dwelling dialectic, unrelated to the more common bottle
        • Old Norse ból
          • Icelandic ból abode, home, farm
        • Germanic *buþlijaną build
          • West Germanic
            • Old English byldan build
              • Old English holbyldan hole builder, builds-houses-in-holes, hobbit calque of Archaic Westron kûd-dûkan
                • English hobbit
              • English build
      • Balto-Slavic
        • Slavic *bydlo dwelling, abode
          • West Slavic
            • Sorbian bydło residence, domicile
            • Czech bydlo livelihood
            • Polish bydło cattle
              • Russian бы́дло býdlo cattle (obsolete), rabble, sheeple
    • Proto-Indo-European *bʰewH-ko
      • Armenian
        • Old Armenian բոյս boys plant, vegetation
          • Armenian բույս buys plant
    • Proto-Indo-European *bʰewH-no
      • Armenian
        • Old Armenian բոյն boyn nest
          • Armenian բույն buyn nest, den, lair, hovel
          • Turkish pin chicken coop
    • Proto-Indo-European *bʰuH-lo-
      • Armenian
        • Old Armenian բոյլ boyl group, company, body, assembly
          • Armenian բույլ buyl constellation (group of stars), pack, flock, cluster
      • Hellenic
        • Ancient Greek φῡλή phūlḗ tribe, race, nation, set of things, gender
          • English phylum
          • Coptic ⲫⲩⲗⲏ phulē tribe
    • Proto-Indo-European *bʰuH-s
      • Italic
        • Latin -bus
          • Latin probus good, noble pro-bus, "to be forward"
            • Latin probō approve, commend, test, demonstrate
              • English probe
              • English prove
              • Latin approbō to regard as good, approve, favor
                • Spanish aprobar to approve, to pass an exam
                • French approuver to approve (of)
                  • English approve
              • Latin approbātiō the act of approving
                • French approbation
                  • English approbation
          • Latin superbus proud, superior, arrogant, splendid, magnificent super-bus, "to be above"
            • English superb
          • Latin tribus one of the three tribes of Romans, a division of people, a tribe, the lower classes tri-bus, "to be a third"
            • English tribe
            • Latin tribuō grant, bestow, concede, allow
              • English tribute
              • English tributary
              • English attribute
              • English contribute
              • English distribute
              • English retribution
              • English tribunal
    • Proto-Indo-European *swe-bʰuH- self-be, people like me
      • Balto-Slavic
        • Slavic *sьrbъ sirbu
          • East Slavic
            • Russian серб serb Serb, Serbian
          • South Slavic
            • Serbo-Croatian Ср̏би Srbi Serb, Serbian ethnic name
              • English Serb
          • West Slavic
            • Sorbian Serb Sorb, Serb
              • German Sorbe Sorb
                • English Sorb
      • Celtic
        • Gaulish
          • Latin Senones Senones tribe name
      • Germanic *swēbaz Suebi tribe name
        • West Germanic
          • Old High German
            • German Schwabe Swabian
        • Old Norse Sváfa Suebi
        • Latin suēbus Suebi
          • English Suebi Suebi
      • Italic
        • Osco-Umbrian
          • Sabine Sabus Sabine tribe name
            • Latin Sabīnī Sabines tribe name
              • English Sabine
              • Latin Sabina personal name originally an early cognomen/nickname
                • English Sabina
              • Latin Samnium land of the Sabines contraction of an earlier form,
                • Italian Sannio region in southern Italy

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Collected English words

bound, physis, physic, physician, physics, Bumi, be, fiat, booth, phyto-, -phyte, boodle, kit and (ca)boodle, bottle, hobbit, build, phylum, probe, prove, approve, approbation, superb, tribe, tribute, tributary, attribute, contribute, distribute, retribution, tribunal, Serb, Sorb, Suebi, Sabine, Sabina