germ

Definition of germ

warm, hot

Other forms

garm

Etymology

From Avestan garəma- "hot".

Ultimately from Proto-Indo-European root meaning *gwher- "to heat, warm",

Sanskrit gharmah "heat",
Hittite war- "to burn",
Greek thermos "warm",
Proto-Germanic *warmaz,
German warm,
Old Norse varmr,
Gothic warmjan "to warm"
Old English wearm "warm",
Latin formus "warm" fornax "oven",
Old Persian Garmapada-,
Old Irish fogeir "heated",

Updated on March 5, 2023

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