Word Family - Human

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chthonic, Demeter, geometry, Daoine Sidhe, human

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  • Proto-Indo-European *dʰéǵʰōm earth
    • Albanian dhe earth
    • Anatolian
      • Hittite 𒋼𒂊𒃷 te-e-kán earth
    • Balto-Slavic *źemē earth
      • Lithuanian žẽmė land, earth
        • Lithuanian Žemyna Earth Mother goddess
        • Lithuanian žemýnas continent
      • Slavic *zemljà earth, soil, land
        • East Slavic
          • Russian земля́ zemljá earth, soil, land
            • Russian Но́вая Земля́ Nóvaja Zemljá New Land (place name)
              • English Novaya Zemla
              • English Nova Zembla
        • West Slavic
          • Polish ziemia earth, soil, land
    • Celtic *gdū
      • Old Irish spot, place
    • Hellenic
      • Ancient Greek χθών khthṓn ground, soil, earth, country
        • English chthonic
        • Ancient Greek αὐτόχθων autókhthōn indigenous
          • English autocthonic
    • Indo-Iranian
      • Indo-Aryan
        • Sanskrit क्ष kṣa field, fieldworker, peasant
      • Iranian
        • East Iranian
          • Avestan 𐬰𐬃‏ zā̊
          • Scythian
            • Ossetian зӕхх zæxx Earth, soil, earthen floor
        • West Iranian
          • Kurdish zevî farmland
          • Old Persian
            • Persian زمین zamin earth, land, soil
              • Persian زمین Zamin Earth (planet)
    • Italic
      • Latin humus ground, soil
        • English humus
        • Latin humō I bury
          • Latin ex-humō I dig up, I exhume
            • Western Romance
              • French exhumer to exhume
                • English exhume
              • Italian esumare to exhume
              • Spanish exhumar to exhume
    • Thracian *zem Earth
      • Thracian *Zemele
        • Ancient Greek Σεμέλη Semélē Mother of Dionysus
          • English Semele
          • Etruscan 𐌔𐌄𐌌𐌋𐌀 Semla
    • Tocharian
      • Arshian tkaṃ earth, ground
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      • Hellenic *Da Earth
        • Mycenaean Greek *𐀆 *da Earth
          • Mycenaean Greek 𐀁𐀚𐀯𐀆𐀃𐀚 E-ne-si-da-o-ne Earth-shaker (Poseidon)
        • Ancient Greek δᾶ Earth
          • Ancient Greek Δημήτηρ Dēmḗtēr
            • English Demeter
      • Hellenic *Ga Earth
        • Mycenaean Greek *𐀏 *ka Earth
          • Mycenaean Greek 𐀔𐀏 ma-ka Mother Earth
        • Ancient Greek γῆ land, earth, country, soil
          • Ancient Greek γαῖᾰ gaîa land, country, earth (material), earth (element)
            • Ancient Greek Γαῖα Gaîa Earth, personified as a goddess
              • Latin Gaea Greek goddess of the Earth
                • English Gaea
              • English Gaia
          • Ancient Greek γεωργός geōrgós tilling the ground, farmer "earth-work"
            • Ancient Greek Γεώργιος Geṓrgios
              • Latin Geōrgius
                • English George
          • Ancient Greek γεωμετρία geōmetría land measurement, surveying, geometry "earth-measure"
            • Latin geōmetria geometry
              • Western Romance
                • French géométrie geometry
                  • English geometry
          • Ancient Greek γεωγράφος geōgráphos geography "earth-drawing"
            • Latin geōgraphia geography
              • Western Romance
                • French géographie geography
                  • English geography
    • Proto-Indo-European *dʰǵʰemelo- near the ground
      • Hellenic
        • Ancient Greek χθαμαλός khthamalós sunken, flat, creeping also, epithet of Ithaca
      • Italic
        • Latin humilis near the ground, lowly, humble
          • Western Romance
            • French humble humble
              • English humble
            • Italian umile humble
            • Spanish humilde humble, lower class
          • Old Irish umal humble, obedient
            • Irish umhal humble, obedient
          • Latin humilitās insignificane, humilitian, submissiveness
            • Western Romance
              • French humilité humility
                • English humility
              • Italian umiltà humility
              • Sicilian umirtà humility
                • Italian omertà code of silence, espeically among the Mafia
                  • English omerta
              • Spanish humildad humility
    • Proto-Indo-European *dʰǵʰmen- on the earth
      • Proto-Indo-European *ǵʰmṓ earthling, human, mortal
        • Balto-Slavic *źmō̃
          • Old Lithuanian žmuõ human, man
            • Lithuanian žmogùs human
        • Celtic *gdonyos person
          • Brythonic *dün person, human
            • Welsh dyn folks, man, person
          • Gaulish *-gdonio people, mortals
            • Gaulish 𐌕𐌄𐌖𐌏𐌙𐌕𐌏𐌍𐌉𐌏𐌍 deuogdonion of gods and mortals
          • Old Irish duine person
            • Irish duine person, human
              • Irish daonna human, humane, kindly
              • Irish Daoine Maithe fairies, Aos Sí (lit. the Good People)
              • Irish Daoine Sí fairies, Aos Sí (lit. People of the Mounds)
                • English Daoine Sidhe
        • Germanic *gumô man
          • East Germanic
            • Gothic 𐌲𐌿𐌼𐌰 guma man
          • North Germanic
            • Old Norse gumi man
              • Icelandic gumi man archaic, poetic
          • West Germanic
            • Old English guma man
              • Scots gome man
            • Old High German gomo man
          • Germanic *brūdigumô bride's-man, husband, bridegroom
            • North Germanic
              • Old Norse brúðgumi bridegroom
                • Danish brudgom bridegroom
                • Icelandic brúðgumi bridegroom
            • West Germanic
              • Old English brȳdguma bridegroom
                • English bridegroom
              • Frankish
                • Dutch bruidegom bridegroom
              • Old High German brūtigomo bridegroom
                • German Bräutigam bridgegroom
        • Italic
          • Latin homō human, person, man
            • Sardinian ómine
            • Eastern Romance
              • Romanian om human
            • Western Romance
              • French homme man
              • Italian uomo man
              • Spanish hombre man
            • Latin hūmānus having to do with humans, humane
              • Eastern Romance
                • Romanian uman human, humane
              • Western Romance
                • French humain human
                  • English human
                • Spanish humano
              • Latin hūmānitās humanity
                • Western Romance
                  • French humanité humanity
                    • English humanity
                  • Italian umanità humanity
                  • Spanish humanidad humanity

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Collected English words

Novaya Zemla, Nova Zembla, chthonic, autocthonic, humus, exhume, Semele, Demeter, Gaea, Gaia, George, geometry, geography, humble, humility, omerta, Daoine Sidhe, bridegroom, human, humanity