See also: was, wäs, waš, wąs, wæs, and ƿæs

Tocharian AEdit

VerbEdit

wäs-

  1. to be dressed in; to wear

Tocharian BEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Tocharian *wäs-, from Proto-Indo-European *wes-. Compare Tocharian A wäs-, Hittite [Term?] (/waš-/), [Term?] (/waššezzi/), Albanian vesh, Latin vestis, vestiō, Sanskrit वस्ते (vaste), Old English werian (English wear).

VerbEdit

wäs-

  1. to be dressed in; to wear
    wässāte kaṣār-wassi
    he was dressed in a monk's garment
  2. to get dressed (in), to put on
    sonopitär līkṣītär wästsanma krenta yäṣṣitär
    he anointed himself, bathed, and put on good clothing

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