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aumento m. (Noun) "increase"
15th cent. From Latin augmentum 'id.,' from augere "to enlarge." From Proto-Italic *auge-je/o- 'id.' From Proto-Indo-European *h2eug-ei̯e- 'id.' From the root *h2eu̯g- "to grow."
Indo-European
Romance
Asturian aumentu, Portuguese aumento, Galician aumento, Catalan augment, French augment, Italian aumento
Italic
Umbrian uhtur, unknown meaning, probably the title of an official (< *auk-tor?), Venetic augar "offering" (< *aug-ār)
Germanic
Gothic aukan, Old Icelandic auka, Old Saxon ōkian, Old High German ouhhōn, Old English ēacian
Balto-Slavic
Lithuanian áugti
Hellenic
Ancient Greek αὔξω (aúkso)
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit vakṣ- "to grow," Avestan uxšiia- 'id.'