Re: [tied] The phonetic value of PIE *h3 and the 'drink' root.

From: P&G
Message: 14106
Date: 2002-07-22

> >> [Miguel] The causative suffix is in origin the verb *ey-e-ti
> >[JER:] But 'make; send' must be the verb corresponding to Gk. hí:e:mi,
> >i.e. IE *H1yeH1-. ... Because it meets the semantics of Gk. hie:mi,
med. hiemai >>exceedingly well. The middle voice iyattari 'marches' ir
påractically identical with híetai 'is >>being sent, is marched off'.

Pokorny takes Greek hiemai, hietai = "moves forward, hurries" from a
different root, namely *wei/weie, which we might read as *weyH, page 1123.

Otherwise, you're in good company with your assertion - even Szemerenyi
agrees that it is possible!