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FOOT

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According to Grimm's Law Germanic F developped from an earlier P, in this case showing that the words "foot" and "feet" came from an earlier "poot, pood, pod" and "peet, peed, ped".



PED- PET-

Lycian: pede

Latvian: pēda

Lithuanian: pėda

Sicilian: pedi

Ido: pedo

Interlingua: pede

Mozarabic: péde

Corsican: pede

Italian: piede

Esperanto: piedo

Franco-Provençal: pied

Middle French: pied

French: pied

Aragonese: piet

Old Church Slavonic: пѧта (pęta) ("heel")

Polish: pięta ("heel")

Bulgarian: пета́ (petá) ("heel")

Macedonian: пета (peta), петица (petica) ("heel")

Serbo-Croatian: пе́та, пе́тица, péta, pética ("heel")

Slovene: pêta ("heel")

Slovak: päta (peta) ("heel")

Lower Sorbian: pěta ("heel")


PES-

Latin: pēs

English: pes

Aromanian: pezã

Old East Slavic: пѣшь (pěšĭ) ("pedestrian, on foot")

Belarusian: пе́шы (pjéšy) ("pedestrian, on foot")

Russian: пе́ший (péšij) ("pedestrian, on foot")

Old Church Slavonic: пѣшь (pěšĭ) ("pedestrian, on foot")

Bulgarian: пеш (peš), пе́ши (péši) ("pedestrian, on foot")

Serbo-Croatian: пjе̏ше, pješe ("pedestrian, on foot")

Slovenian: ре̣̑šji ("pedestrian, on foot")

Czech: pěši ("pedestrian, on foot")

Polish: рiеszу ("pedestrian, on foot")

Slovak: pěší ("pedestrian, on foot")

Lower Sorbian: ре̌šу ("pedestrian, on foot")

Upper Sorbian: pěši ("pedestrian, on foot")

Romanian: piez


PIE- PE-

Spanish: pie

Venetian: pìe, piè, pè

Extremaduran: pie

Old French: pié

Asturian: pie

Mirandese: pie

Tocharian A: pe

Old Portuguese: pee

Occitan:

Italian:

Romansch: pe

Galician:

Portuguese:

Old Occitan: pe

Sardinian: pee, pei

Istriot: peîe, pèie

Catalan: peu

Northern Kurdish:

Central Kurdish: پێ‎ (pē)


PER-

Umbrian: 𐌐𐌄𐌛𐌄 (peře) (abl. sg.)

Neapolitan: pere

Sicilian: peri


PEL-

Pashto: pǝl


PAD- PAT-

Sanskrit: पद् (pád), पात् (pā́t)

Pali: pada, pāda

Luwian: patās

Avestan: paδa, pāδa

Parthian: pʾd (pāδ)

Sogdian: pʾδ (pāδ)

Baluchi: پاد‎ (pád)

Old Persian: 𐎱𐎠𐎭 (p-a-d /pād(a)/)

Belarusian: падэ́шва (padéšva) ("sole, bottom of the foot")

Belarusian: пя́тка (pjátka) ("heel")

Russian: пята́ (pjatá), пя́тка (pjátka) ("heel")

Ukrainian: п'ята́ (pʺjatá), п'я́тка (pʺjátka) ("heel")

Czech: pata ("heel")

Hittite: pata-

Upper Sorbian: pjata ("heel")


PA-

Persian: پا‎ (pâ)

Southern Kurdish: پا‎ (pā)

Bakhtiari: پا‎ (pa)

Asalemi: پا‎ (pâ)

Bengali: পা (pa)

Hindi: पांव (pā̃v)

Urdu: پاؤں‎ (pā̃v)

Leonese: pía

Pashto: pal


PAY-

Tocharian B: paiyye

Middle Persian: pʾdy (pāy)

Persian: پای‎ (pây)


POY-

Tajik: пой (poy)


POD-

Polish: podeszwa ("sole, bottom of the foot")

Russian: подо́шва (podóšva) ("sole, bottom of the foot")

Slovak: podošva ("sole, bottom of the foot")

Greek: πόδι (pódi)

Phrygian: ποδας (podas) (acc.pl.)

Polabian: p’ǫta ("heel")


FOT-

Old English: fōt

Middle English: fot, foot

Old Frisian: fōt

Old Saxon: fōt

Middle Low German: vōt

German Low German: Voot

Hamburgisch: Foot

Westmünsterländisch: Foot

Plautdietsch: Foot

Limburgish: voot

North Frisian: fötj

Old Norse: fótr

Icelandic: fótur

Faroese: fótur

Norn: fod

Norwegian: fot

Old Swedish: fōter

Swedish: fot

Danish: fod

Gutnish: fot

Gothic: 𐍆𐍉𐍄𐌿𐍃 (fotus)


FOET-

West Frisian: foet

Ravensbergisch-Lippisch: Feot

Middle Dutch: voet

Dutch: voet


FOUT-

Saterland Frisian: Fout


FUT-

English: foot

Scots: fut, fute, fuit, fit

North Frisian: fut, Fut

Old Dutch: fuot

Elfdalian: fuot


PUS-

Ancient Greek: πούς (poús)


FOUS-

Luxembourgish: Fouss


FUS- FUOS- FUAS-

Central Franconian: Fuß

German: Fuß

Vilamovian: füs

Old High German: fuoz

Middle High German: fuoz, vuoz

Alemannic German: Fuas

Swabian: Fuaß

Bavarian: Fuaß

Cimbrian: vuaz


FOS-

Central Franconian: Foß

Kölsch: Fooß


FA-

Märkisch: Faut


PID- PIT-

Ukrainian: підо́шва (pidóšva) ("sole, bottom of the foot")

Walloon:

Friulian: pît


PI-

Dalmatian: pi

Northern Kurdish:


O-

Old Armenian: ոտն (otn) (?potn)

Celtiberian: ozas (acc. pl.) (?pozas)


Article created on the 21st of January 2019.


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