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𐀡𐀕

Mycenaean GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-European *poh₂imn̥, *poh₂imen, an abstract nomen agentis formed from an ablaut of PIE root *peh₂- (to protect) and common suffix *-men. Cognates include Latin pascō (put to graze), pāstor (shepherd), Sanskrit पाति (pā́ti), Old English fōda and fēdan (English food and feed).

NounEdit

𐀡𐀕 (po-me)

  1. shepherd

DescendantsEdit