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hiemal (Adjective) winter, "wintry"
From Latin hiemalis 'id.,' from hiems "winter." From Proto-Italic *χeim- 'id.' From Proto-Indo-European *ǵhéi̯ōm 'id.'
Indo-European
Celtic
Old Irish gaim "winter," Old Welsh gaem 'id.,' Old Breton guoiam 'id.,' Old Cornish gayf 'id.,' Gaulish giamoni 'id.'
Albanian
Tosk dimër "winter," Gheg dimën 'id.'
Balto-Slavic
Old Church Slavonic zima "winter," Russian zýma 'id.,' Bulgarian zimá 'id.,' Polish zima 'id.,' Lithuanian žiema 'id.,' Latvian ziema 'id.'
Hellenic
Ancient Greek χεῖμα (kheîma) "snow"
Armenian
Armenian jmeṙn "winter"
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit himá- "cold," Young Avestan zaiiana- "wintry"
Tocharian
A śarme "winter," B śiñc- 'id.'