From: Miguel Carrasquer
>There is a syllable which is to find in Slavic, Germanic, Romanic which...
>is connected with life. And this is in Romanic [fi/vi], in Germanic [be]
>in Slavic [bi] too.
>le[be]n, to [be]
>I don't try to make any connection among them since I cannot go too deep
>. But I see that is maybe a coincidence that everywhere is in connection
>But these do not mean anything since we do not know about existence of aThere is a root *bheuH- "to grow, to become, to be", which gives in
>such verb before the loan of slavic "trajU" . We can just suppose it
>could exist because there was the Latin verb "vivo" and that is all.
>For the form with "vi-" see even the Greek words "bios" and "biomai"
>where b/v is usually admitted in the inherited forms from Latin words
>into rom. lang.