ἕννυμι

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From *ϝέσνυμι (*wésnumi), from Proto-Indo-European *wes-. Cognates include Sanskrit वस्ते (vaste), Old Armenian զգենում (zgenum), Latin vestis, and Old English werian (English wear).

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ἕννυμι (hénnumi)

  1. I put clothes on, wear, dress

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