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paz f. (Noun) "peace"
12th cent. From Latin pax 'id.' From Proto-Italic *pāk- "agreement." From Proto-Indo-European *peh2ḱ-
Indo-European
Romance
Asturian paz, Portuguese paz, Galician paz, Catalan pau, French paix, Italian pace, Romanian pace, Sardinian pache
Italic
Umbrian pacer "peace," Marsian pacre 'id.,' Paelignian pacrid "by peace"
Germanic
Gothic fagrs "fit," Old Norse fagr "beautiful," Old High German fuogen "to join," Old Saxon fōgian 'id.,' Old English fēgan 'id.' (English to fay)
Hellenic
Attic πήττω (pétto) "I join"
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit pā́śa- "snare," Khotanese pāsa- "cord"