Also m̥bhi. Around. Probably derived from *ant-bhi, “from both sides” (see ant-).
1. Reduced form *bhi.
a. by1; abaft, but, from Old English bi, , be, by;
b. be-, from Old English be-, on all sides, be-, also intensive prefix;
c. beleaguer, from Middle Dutch bie, by;
d. bivouac, from Old High German bi, by, at. a-d all from Germanic *bi, *bi- (intensive prefix).
a. Ember Day, from Old English ymbe, around;
b. ombudsman, from Old Norse um(b), about, around;
c. umlaut, from Old High German umbi, around. a-c all from Germanic *umbi.
a. ambi-, from Latin ambi-, around, about;
b. alley1, alley-oop, ambulance, ambulate, andante, funambulist, perambulate, preamble, from Latin amb-, around, about, in ambulāre, to go about, walk (*alāre, to go).
4. amphi-, from Greek amphi, around, about.
5. Celtic *ambi, around, in compound *amb(i)-ag-to- (see ag-).
[Pokorny ambhi 34.]

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