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Venus f. (Noun) "Venus"
A learned borrowing from Latin Venus 'id.' From Proto-Italic *wenos- 'id.' From Proto-Indo-European *u̯enh1- "to desire."
Indo-European
Germanic
Gothic wens "hope," Old Norse ván "opinion," Old High German wān 'id.,' Old Saxon wān "expectation," Old English wān "opinion"
Albanian
Albanian ũn "hunger"
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit vánate "he desires," Young Avestan vaṇtā- "wife"
Tocharian
A wañi "joy," B wīna 'id.'