In addition to the above may be mentioned the work of Kresznerics, where the words are arranged according to the roots (Buda, 1831-1832); the Etymologisches Worterbuch.
Puwariu, Etymologisches W&terbuch der rumdnischen Sprache (Heidelberg, 1905, &c.) I.
pp. 2 99 f.), though the word may have the same origin as the Ario- of names like Ariovistus, which is found in both Celtic and Germanic words (Uhlenbeck, Kurzgefasstes etymologisches Warterbuch der altindischen Sprache, s.v.).
Diez, Grammatik der roman/schen Sprachen (5th ed., Bonn, 1882) and Etymologisches Wrterbuch derromanischenSprachen (4th ed, Bonn, 1878); W.
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