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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *tenw(ǝ)-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to pull
Tokharian: ? B tant 'power, dominion' (Adams 279)
Old Indian: tanóti `to extend, spread; to be protracted, continue', ptc. tatá-; tantí- f. `cord, line, string', tántu- m. `thread, cord, string, line, warp', tán- (dat. táne, instr. tánā) `continuation, succession'; tána- n., tánā f. `offspring, posterity; tántra- n. `loom, warp; leading part'; tāna- m. `fibre; tone'; OInd taṃsayati `to draw to and fro'; tásara- n. `shuttle', ví-tasti- f. `a long span'
Avestan: conj. 1 sg. pari-tanava `ich will fernhalten', opt. med. 1 sg. pairi-tanuya; vi-tasti- `Spanne'
Other Iranian: NPers taniman- n. `Dünne'; tanīδan `drehen, spinnen'; tār `Zettel, Aufzug am Webstuhl'
Old Greek: hom. tánütai̯, hom., ion. (Hdt.) tanǘō, `spannen, strecken, ausdehnen, ausbreiten', téi̯nō, titái̯nō; aor. tẹ̄̂nai̯, pass. tathē̂nai̯, pf. tétaka, med. tétamai̯, va. tató- spannen, straff anziehen, ausspannen, ausdehnen, in die Länge ziehen'; tai̯níǟ `(langer) Streifen, Binde'; tétano-s `Spannung, Zucken', tetanó- `gestreckt, lang, straff'; ténōn, -ontos m. `Sehne, Nackenmuskel, Achillessehne'; a-tenḗs `sehr gespannt, straff', hali- tenḗs usw.; tóno-s m. `Spannung, Seil, Saite, Sehne, [Spannung der Stimme]; Anstrengung, Stärke'
Slavic: *teneto, *tonotъ
Baltic: *tin̂- (2) vb. tr., *tin̂- (1) vb. intr., *tan-a- c., *tan-u- adj., *tiñ-tl-a- c.; *teñs- vb. tr., *tiñs- vb. intr. (Lith CIRC/Lett AC), *tans-ī̂- vb.
Germanic: *ɵin-d-í- c.; *ɵan-ō f., *ɵan-ja- vb.; *ɵun-jō f., *ɵinw-al-a- m., -w-ar-a- m.; *ɵín-s-a- vb.; *ɵán-s-ōn-
Latin: tendō (/ tennō), -ere, tetendī, tentum `spannen, ausdehnen, ausstrecken'; tentus, -a `gespannt' tentum, -ī n. `Spinngewebe'; tenda f. `Zelt'; tentor, -ōris m. `Spanner'; teneō, -ēre, tetinī (/ tenuī), tentum `halten (gespannt), besetzt halten, richten, zurückhalten, behaupten, anhaleen'; tenāx, -ācis `festhaltend, beharrlich; geizig; störrisch'; tentus, -ūs m. `Spannung' '; tenus, -oris n. `Schnur mit Schlinge (beim Vogelfang)'; tenor, -ōris m. `der ununterbrochene Lauf, Schwung, Fortgang, Fortdauer, Zusammenhang; Sinn, Inhalt eines Gesetzes; Grundzug; Inhalt, Wortlaut; Bedindung, Vertrag (jurist.)'; tenus adv. `sich erstreckend bis, bis an'; prōtēlum, -ī n. `das Zugseil, an welches die Ochsen hintereinander geschirrt werden' (*tēnslom)
Other Italic: Umbr antentu, endendu, ententu `intenditō', ustentu `ostenditō', pertentu `prōtenditō', sutentu `subtenditō'; tenitu `tenētō'
Celtic: *tntā etc. > OIr tan `Zeit'; tēt `Saite'; Cymr tant `Saite', OBret tinsot, tinsit `sparsit', Bret ar-dant `Pflöcke am Wagen, woran das zur Befestigung der Ladung über diese gespannte Seil befestigt wird'
Albanian: ndɛń `breite aus, ziehe, strecke, spanne die Saiten eines Instrumentes'
Russ. meaning: тянуть
References: WP I 722 f
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Vasmer's dictionary :

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Word: тенёто,
Near etymology: диал. тенето́ -- то же, перм., укр. тене́то, русск.-цслав. тенето, тоното "сеть, ловушка", словен. tеnе̑t м., tenẹ̑tvo "задняя стенка невода, с крупными петлями", чеш., слвц. teneto "сеть, тенето".
Further etymology: Родственно лит. tiñklas "сеть", лтш. tìkls -- то же, др.-прусск. sasintinklo "силки на зайцев", лтш. tina, tinе "вид сети", др.-инд. tántuṣ "бечева", tántram "основа в ткацком станке", лат. tenus ср. р. "веревка, силок (для ловли птиц)", ирл. tēt "сторона", др.-инд. tanṓti "тянет(ся), натягивает", нов.-перс. tаnīδаn "крутить, прясть", греч. τείνω (*τενι̯ω) "натягиваю", τένος ср. р. "сухожилие, жила", τόνος м. "напряжение, повышение голоса, тон", алб. ndënj "расстилаю", лат. tendō, -еrе "натягивать, растягивать", tеnеō, -ērе "держать", гот. uf-þanjan "вытягивать", нов.-в.-н. dehnen "тянуть"; см. Мейе, Ét. 299; Лиден, IF 19, 332; Траутман, ВSW 323 и сл.; Арr. Sprd. 420; М.--Э. 4, 192, 200, 205 и сл.; Гофман, Gr. Wb. 355 и сл.; ср. тетива́.
Pages: 4,42
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Baltic etymology :

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Proto-Baltic: *tin̂- (2) vb. tr., *tin̂- (1) vb. intr., *tan-a- c., *tan-u- adj., *tiñ-tl-a- c.; *teñs- vb. tr., *tiñs- vb. intr. (Lith CIRC/Lett AC), *tans-ī̂- vb.
Meaning: swell, become thick
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: tìnti (tìnsta/tį́sta, tìnō) `(auf)schwellen, schwer atmen'; tãna-s `Geschwulst, Wassersucht, Gelenk-, Gliederwasser', tanù- 'geschwollen'; tiñkla-s `Netz, Fischernetz, Falle, Schlinge, Strassennetz; Fischergarn'; tenḗti 'gerinnen, erstarren, fest werden, sich verdicken, sich verdichten; tę̃sti (tę̃sia, tę̃sē) `durch Ziehen dehnen; recken, spannen, ziehen, zög ern, zaudern, den Termin hinausschieben; fortsetzen', tį̃sti (-sta, -sō) `sich dehnen, recken; länger, grösser werden, wachsen'; tąsī́ti `mehrfach zerren, recken, dehnen, zwacken; schwer tragen, schleppen; (sich) quälen, peinigen';
Lettish: tìkls (/ tīklis Glück) 'Netz, Setznetz'; tît (/ tĩt Salis, tĩti PlKur.) (tinu/tin̨u, tinu) `winden, wickeln, flechten'; tanis 'Spinne', pl. tan̨i 'Spinngewebe'; tĩst (-stu, -su) 'sich dehnen'; tuošâtiês (-ãjuôs) 'zaudern'
Old Prussian: sasintinklo `Hasengarn' V. 697; inf. tiēnstwei `reizen', imp. 2 pl. tenseiti, { ptc. entensīts `gefasst' }, teausis (lies: teansis) `Deichsel' V. 254
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Germanic etymology :

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Proto-Germanic: *ɵindí-z; *ɵanō, *ɵanjan-; *ɵunjō, *ɵinwala-z, -wara-z; *ɵínsan-; *ɵánsōn-
Meaning: stretch out
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *uf-ɵanjan wk. `stretch out, strive for'; { ? ɵindan `schwellen, zornig sein' }; *at-ɵinsan st. `draw to oneself'
Old Norse: ɵenja wk. `ausdehnen, spannen'; ɵinul-l m. `Tau, das das Netz einfasst, um es zu spannen', ɵinur-r m. `id.; Bogenmitte; hartes Holz'; ɵind f. `Zwerchfell'; ɵɔn f. `Speiler zum Trocknen'; ɵün f. `Brünne'
Norwegian: tenja vb.; dial. tinder f. `Zwerchfell'; tinel, tenel; tinar; tinder; tane, tɔna
Swedish: tänja vb.; dial. tana `Sehne'; teln; dial. tjanar, tjor, tjör `hartes Holz', gotl. tan `Sehne'
Old Danish: tan `Zwerchfell'
Danish: dial. täl (= ɵinull)
Old English: ɵenian, ɵennan `strecken, spannen'; älf-ɵone `Albranke, Solanum dulcamara'
Old Saxon: thennian; thona f. `Zweig, Ranke'; thinsan
Middle Dutch: denen, dennen vb.; dōne, duene `stijf, gespannen, vast, stevig', adv. `zeer, dadelijk, nabij'
Dutch: deun `gierig'
Old Franconian: thinsan `ziehen, reissen'
Middle Low German: don `stijf gespannen', dōnen `gezwollen zijn'
Old High German: thenen (8.Jh.), { dennen } `dehnen'; donēn `ausgedehnt sein'; dona f. `Zweig, Ranke'; thinsan st. `ziehen, reissen, schleppen'; thansōn `ziehen, dehnen'
Middle High German: dɛnen, dɛnnen wk. 'dehnen, ziehen, spannen'; donen wk. 'sich spannen, strecken, aufschwellen, in spannung sein', don `gespannt'; done, don st. f. `spannung, strom'
German: dehnen; { Dohne (силок) }; { gedunsen `распухший, отечный' }; hess. dinse (dans) `ziehen'
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Nostratic etymology :

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Eurasiatic: *ṭVnV
Meaning: to pull
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *ten-
Altaic: *t`āno
Kartvelian: *ṭen-
Dravidian: *tenḍ-
Chukchee-Kamchatkan: *tĭŋu-
References: МССНЯ 370; ND 2380 *ṭan̄V 'to draw, stretch, extend' (+ Chad. and dub. other SH); 2382 *ṭi[ǹ]E 'strong, to strain' (Drav. *tiṇ- + same IE + incorr. Alt. + Berb. ); 2390 *ṭaŋga 'to draw, stretch' (IE *tengh- + same Alt. and same Chad.).
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Altaic etymology :

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Proto-Altaic: *t`āno
Nostratic: Nostratic
Meaning: to stretch, pull
Russian meaning: тянуть, растягивать
Mongolian: *teneji-
Tungus-Manchu: *tān-
Korean: *tằŋ-kắi-
Japanese: *tana-pik-
Comments: SKE 256. Cf. also Karakh. teŋüč 'half cubit' (i.e. 'big hand-span', cf. Slav. pẽdĭ id. < pẽ-tī 'to stretch, pull').
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Mongolian etymology :

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Proto-Mongolian: *teneji-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to stretch (oneself), be stretched
Russian meaning: вытягивать(ся)
Written Mongolian: teneji-, teniji- (L 804)
Khalkha: tenī-
Buriat: tenī-
Kalmuck: tenī-
Ordos: tenere-, tenī-
Comments: KW 391. Mong. > Yak. tenij- 'be stretched', tenit-, Dolg. tenīt- 'stretch' (Stachowski 220).
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Tungus etymology :

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Proto-Tungus-Manchu: *tān-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to stretch, pull
Russian meaning: тянуть
Evenki: tān-
Even: tān-
Literary Manchu: taŋgiqu 'device for stretching the bow string'
Ulcha: tụan-
Orok: tōn-
Nanai: toan-
Oroch: tāna-
Udighe: tana-
Solon: tan-
Comments: ТМС 2, 160.
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Korean etymology :

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Proto-Korean: *tằŋ-kắi-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to stretch, pull
Russian meaning: тянуть, тащить
Modern Korean: taŋgi-
Middle Korean: tằŋkắi-
Comments: Nam 145, KED 414.
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Japanese etymology :

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Proto-Japanese: *tana-pik-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to be stretched, spread
Russian meaning: растягиваться
Old Japanese: tana-pjik-
Middle Japanese: táná-fik-
Tokyo: tanabík-
Kyoto: tánábík-
Kagoshima: tanabík-
Comments: JLTT 763. A compound with *pik- 'pull'. Accent is not quite clear: RJ and Kagoshima seem to point to high tone, but Tokyo - rather to low.
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Kartvelian etymology :

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Proto-Kartvelian: *ṭen-
Nostratic: Nostratic
Russian meaning: набивать (туго)
English meaning: to stuff, pack (tight)
Georgian: ṭen-
Megrel: ṭiṭin-
Svan: ṭǝṭǝn-
Notes and references: ЭСКЯ 183 (*ṭṭen-), EWK 325.
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Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-Dravidian : *tenḍ-
Meaning : to pull
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Proto-Kolami-Gadba : *tenḍ-
Proto-Gondi-Kui : *tenḍ-
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Kolami-Gadba etymology :

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Proto-Kolami-Gadba : *tenḍ-
Meaning : to pull
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Parji : ṭanḍ-
Ollari Gadba : tinḍ-
Salur Gadba : tinḍ- "to pull a cart, as oxen"
Kondekor Gadba : tinḍ-
Number in DED : 3052
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Gondwan etymology :

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Proto-Gondi-Kui : *tenḍ-
Meaning : to pull
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Proto-Gondi : *tenḍ-
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Gondi etymology :

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Proto-Gondi : *tenḍ-
Meaning : to take out, extract
Gondwan etymology: Gondwan etymology
Betul Gondi : tanḍānā "to extract (oil)"
Maria Gondi (Lind) : tenḍānā "to pull off"
Adilabad Gondi : ṭenḍ- "to take out, remove; draw (water)"
Additional forms : Many dialects have: ṭanḍ-, ṭenḍ-, tenḍ- to take out, take off, remove
Number in DED : 3052
Number in CVOTGD : 1515
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Chukchee-Kamchatkan etymology :

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Proto-Chukchee-Kamchatkan: *tĭŋu-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning (Rus.): тянуть, вытягивать
Proto-Chukchee-Koryak: *tiŋu-
Proto-Itelmen: *txuŋ-
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Chukchee-Koryak etymology :

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Proto-Chukchee-Koryak: *tiŋu-
Chukchee-Kamchatkan etymology: Chukchee-Kamchatkan etymology
Meaning (Rus.): тянуть, тащить, вытаскивать
Chukchee: tiŋú-
Koryak: tiŋu-
Alutor: tiŋu-
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Itelmen etymology :

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Proto-Itelmen: *txuŋ-
Chukchee-Kamchatkan etymology: Chukchee-Kamchatkan etymology
Meaning (Rus.): тянуть, тащить
Itelmen: txoŋ-es (txuŋ-iɫ inf.)
Itelmen meaning: тянуть, тащить, вытягивать, вытаскивать
West Itelmen: txon-ez, txong-ǝz 1, txun-zi'an 2, txun-en 3
West Itelmen meaning: trahere 1, contraxit tendines 2, genum flexio, solutatio 3
West Itelmen meaning (Polish): ciągnąć 1, skurczyɫo, ściągɫo 2, pokɫon, ukɫon 3
Number in Volodin 1976: 71, 30, 209
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Long-range etymologies :

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Borean (approx.) : TVNV
Meaning : to pull, stretch
Eurasiatic : *ṭVnV
Afroasiatic : Chad. *tVn- 'draw', Eg. dwn 'stretch', ?Berb. *ḍny 'be wide, thick'
Sino-Caucasian : *dVŋV
Austric : PAA *ta:ŋ 'stretch', PAN *geteŋ 'taut, tight, stretch', Tai *tha:ŋ 'stretch'
Reference : ND 2380, 2382, 2390.
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Sino-Caucasian etymology :

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Proto-Sino-Caucasian: *dVŋV
Meaning: to pull
Borean etymology: Borean etymology
Sino-Tibetan: *tăŋ ( ~ d-)
Yenisseian: *ta(ʔ)ŋaj
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Sino-Tibetan etymology :

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Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *th[i]am
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: promise
Tibetan: ãdum to reconcile one's self to, sdum make agree.
Burmese: tamh promise, intention.
Kachin: ntam2 eloquence.
Lushai: tiam to promise, to vow, make a contract; to allow, permit; to agree, approve.
Comments: Some confusion with *dăm q. v. is possible.
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Yenisseian etymology :

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Proto-Yenisseian: *ta(ʔ)ŋaj
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: to pull, stretch
Ket: táŋaj / táŋej
Yug: táŋej
Comments: Werner 2, 237-238 (w.r.).
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Austric etymology :

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Proto-Austric: *tVŋ
Meaning: stretch
Borean etymology: Borean etymology
Proto-Austroasiatic: *ta:ŋ
Austroasiatic meaning: stretch
Proto-Austronesian: *geteŋ
Austronesian meaning: taut, tight, stretch
Austronesian code: 9:9
Proto-Thai: tha:ŋ.B
Thai meaning: to stretch
References: Peiros 1989
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Austro-Asiatic etymology :

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Proto-Austro-Asiatic: *ta:ŋ
Meaning: stretch
Austric etymology: Austric etymology
Thai: tha:ŋ.B to stretch CK
Khmer: ta:ŋ
Proto-Palaungic: Pr tauŋ V?
References: S-391
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Khmer etymology :

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Khmer: ta:ŋ
Meaning: to draw out, stretch; trǝṭa:ŋ to stretch ut, extend; srǝda:ŋ (of arms) to be stretched
Austro-Asiatic etymology: Austro-Asiatic etymology
References: Jp100, JP135
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Viet-Muong etymology :

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Proto-Viet-Muong:
Meaning: stretch
Austro-Asiatic etymology: Austro-Asiatic etymology
Proto-Ruc: *taŋ.1, c-
Ruc (Russian field rec.): cǝntaŋ.1
Ruc (Lo'i's rec.): cǝntaŋ.1
Ruc meaning: to stretch
References: NVL138
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