In Portuguese it is "vejo" which sounds almost the same. I love those coincidences. Or is it coincidence? (cue X-Files theme)
These are no coincidences. The English "wise", Portuguese "ver", and Russian "видеть" come from the same Indo-European root. It is even more obvious with "vision" and "video" because these are the words English borrowed relatively recently.
Maybe the greek word "βυζί" (female breast), veeh-zhEE, has the same root, because any man or woman would like to look at a young, upright tit?
It's in the accusative. But for the inanimate plural nouns accusative looks the same as nominative.
there's lots of similarities between Russian and English and Russian and other aryan languages and my native hindi it's very cool to see the stuff unfold
I typed "I'm looking at stones" and it was wrong. Would look be considered perfect and hence a different word?