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An inscription from Thessaly (SEG 16, 380) gives ApOav. ), see Risch 1937: 158. ETYM Thieme proposed (Thieme 1952: 35-55) that the word derives from *syt1 uid­ (Skt. sam vid-) as 'das Sichzusammenfinden [gathering of the family in the , underworld] .

ETYM The Ancients explained it as 'abandoned even by goats', which is clearly a folk etymology. In modern times, it is connected with Lith. lipti 'to clamber' (see Solmsen 1901: 731) as 'what can be climbed only by goats', which is also highly doubtful. The meaning 'clamber' for the root *leip- is secondary to 'stick, cleave', and it is far from certain that Greek underwent the same development as Lithuanian. The formation in aiyl- is unexplained as well (see � a'(�). Cf. also � aAl,/, .

ETYM Identical with � ai8�p, which features the typical Lautverschiebung (0 for Gr. ). ] in Kaflanf' ao'1KOTE<'; �8£ Kat U7tV4J (K 98), mg. uncertain.

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