wemə- / Indo-European roots
To vomit.Oldest form *wemh1-.
1. wamble from Middle English wam(e)len, to feel nausea, stagger, from a Scandinavian source probably akin to Old Norse vamla, qualm, and Danish vamle, to become sick, from Germanic *wam-.
2. vomit; nux vomica from Latin vomere, to vomit.
3. emesis, emetic from Greek emein, to vomit.
[Pokorny u̯em- 1146.]