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cura (2) f. (Noun) "cure"
13th cent. From Latin cura "cure." From Proto-Italic *kwois-ā- "care." From late Proto-Indo-European *kwoi̯s-eh2 'id.' (the o-grade with individualizing suffix *-eh2-, see -a). From Proto-Indo-European *kwei̯s- "to pay attention to."
Indo-European
Romance
Portuguese cura, Catalan: cura, French: cure, Italian: cura, Romanian cură
Italic
Umbrian kuraia "provides," Paelignian coisatens
Celtic
Gaulish pissíiumí "I will see," Old Irish ad-cí "to see"
Indo-Iranian
Old Avestan cōišt "support," Avestan t̃kaēša- "teacher"