Word Family - Tepid

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    • Proto-Afro-Asiatic *dp- heat, fire
      • Semitic *di/ap(a)ʔ- heat, be warm
        • Central Semitic
          • Arabic دَافِئ dāfiʾ warm
      • Cushitic
        • Blin dif sweat
        • Gedeo daffa sweat
        • Somali dhidid sweat
    • Proto-Kartvelian *ṭep-
      • Georgian თბილი tbili warm
    • Proto-Indo-European *tep- to be warm, be hot
      • Proto-Indo-European *tep-eti primary verb
        • Balto-Slavic
          • Slavic **tep-ti
            • Slavic *teplъ
              • East Slavic
                • Russian тёплый tjóplyj warm
              • South Slavic *toplъ
                • Serbo-Croatian то̏пао tȍpao warm
              • West Slavic
                • Polish ciepły warm
        • Indo-Iranian
          • Indo-Aryan
            • Sanskrit तपति tápati to be hot, to heat up, to damage
          • Iranian
            • Western Iranian
              • Old Persian
                • Persian تاب tâb heat, warmth, burning
            • Iranian *tāpaka- heater, cooking place
              • Western Iranian
                • Old Persian
                  • Middle Persian tābag frying pan
                    • Persian تاوه tâve frying pan, skillet
                      • Ottoman Turkish تاوه‏ tava frying pan
                        • Turkish tava frying pan, skillet
                        • Armenian թավա tʿava frying pan, skillet
                        • Serbo-Croatian та́ва táva frying pan, skillet
                    • Arabic طَابُوق ṭābūq brick
      • Proto-Indo-European tpeh₁y-eti stative
        • Albanian ftoh to cool
        • Italic *tepēō
          • Latin tepeō
            • Latin tepidus tepid, lukewarm
              • Sardinian tébidu
              • Western Romance
                • French tiède tepid
                • Italian tiepido tepid, lukewarm, half-hearted
                • Spanish tibio lukewarm
              • English tepid
      • Proto-Indo-European *tpsḱ-éti inchoative
        • Indo-Iranian
          • Iranian
            • Avestan tafsat̰
            • Northern Iranian
              • Scythian
                • Ossetian тӕфсы́н tæfsýn
            • Western Iranian
              • Old Persian
                • Persian تفسیدن tafsidan to become hot
      • Proto-Indo-European *topéy-eti causative
        • Balto-Slavic
          • Slavic *topìti to heat
            • East Slavic топити topiti
              • Russian топи́ть topítʹ to heat, to stoke (an oven)
            • South Slavic
              • Serbo-Croatian то̀пити tòpiti to melt, to melt down
                • Albanian topit I make blunt, I wear out
            • West Slavic
              • Polish topić to melt, to fuse
      • Proto-Indo-European *tptó-s heated
        • Indo-Iranian *taptá-
          • Indo-Aryan
            • Sanskrit तप्त taptá
          • Iranian *taftá-
            • Avestan tafta
            • Pashto تود‏ tod hot, warm
            • Northern Iranian
              • Scythian
                • Ossetian тӕвд tævd
            • Western Iranian
              • Old Persian
                • Persian تفت‏ taft heat, warmth
                • Old Armenian տօթ tōtʿ hot weather, heat of the sun, sunburn
                  • Armenian տոթ totʿ oppressive or stuffy heat
      • Proto-Indo-European *tépo-s heat, warmth
        • Indo-Iranian *tápas
          • Indo-Aryan
            • Sanskrit तपस् tápas heat, pain, mortification, penance
              • Old Gujarati तापस tāpasa ascetic
          • Iranian *tapah-
            • Western Iranian
              • Old Persian
                • Persian تاب tâb heat, warmth
                • Armenian տապ tap heat, warmth, inflammation
      • Proto-Indo-European *tépti-s? action noun
        • Tocharian
          • Tocharian B antāpce torch, firebrand
      • Proto-Indo-European *tepent-s present participle
        • Celtic *teɸents
          • Old Irish hot
            • Irish te hot, warm
        • Indo-Iranian
          • Iranian *tapantī warming
            • Northern Iranian
              • Scythian *tavitī
                • Ancient Greek Ταβιτί Tabití Scythian divinity of hearth and/or fire
      • Proto-Indo-European *tepnet-s
        • Celtic *teɸnets fire
          • Brythonic
            • Welsh tân fire
          • Old Irish teine
            • Irish tine fire

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