Indo European root for apple?
*abl- or *ablu-
I found this on the Society for Organization Learning website: www.solonline.org/organization_overview/lexicon: Root word is from " the Indo-European base mei, meaning"change" or exchange. Apparently this joined with another root, kom, meaning "with" to produce an Indo-European word kommein: shared by all.
Both Greek and Latin had words in gen- derived from an original Proto-Indo-European root gen-, meaning "produce, beget," and there are words in English from both sources. For example, "generate" is from Latin generare, while the "gen" in "hydrogen" is from Greek genos. The same Proto-Indo-European root survives, with a sound modification typical of the Germanic language family, in native English words such as "kind" and "kin."
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