- – Ancient Greek Etymological Dictionary by H. Frisk
- – Indo-European Etymological Dictionary by S. A. Starostin et al.
- – Gaelic Etymological Dictionary by A. MacBain
- – Gothic Etymological Dictionary by Andras Rajki
- – Nepali Etymological Dictionary by R. L. Turner
- – Romanian Etymological Dictionary
- – Russian Etymological Dictionary by Max Vasmer, Heidelberg (1962), 4 volumes
- – Swedish Etymological Dictionary by Elof Hellquist
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