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poner (Verb) "to put," "to set"
11th cent. From Latin ponere 'id.' From Proto-Italic *po-sin-e/o- 'id.,' po- "away" and *sin-e/o- "to set." From Proto-Indo-European *tk-́i̯-n-e/o- "to build." From the root *tkei̯- "to put," "to build."
Indo-European
Romance
Asturian poner, Portuguese pôr, Galician pór, poñer, Catalan pondre, French pondre, Italian porre, Aromanian pun, Romanian pune, Sardinian pònnere
Hellenic
Ancient Greek κτίζειν (ktízdein) "to build," Mycenaean ki-ti-je-si "they live"
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit kṣéti "he lives," Old Avestan šaēitī 'id.'