Asturian nadar, Portuguese nadar, Galician nadar, Catalan nedar, Italian nuotare, Aromanian anot, Romanian înota, Sardinian anatare
Old Irish snaïd "to swim," Middle Welsh nawf "swimming," Middle Breton neuff 'id.'
Ancient Greek νήχω (nékho) "I swim"
Sanskrit snātas "he bathes," Young Avestan fra-snaiia- "to wash"
B nāsk- "to swim"