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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *nek'-
Meaning: corpse; to die
Tokharian: A, B näk- (PT *näk-) 'destroy' (Adams 335)
Old Indian: náśyati, náśati `to be lost, perish, disappear', caus. nāśáyati, ptc. naṣṭá-; nāśa- m. `being lost, loss, disappearance'
Avestan: nasyeiti `verschwindet', ptc. našta- `verlorengegangen', nasu- Leichnam, Aas
Old Greek: nekró-s m. `Leiche, Leichnam, der Tote'; nekró- `tot', nékǖ-s, nachhom. nékü-s `id.'; {pl. nékes `труп, покойник' Hsch. - nowhere found!}, pl. nekádes `the dead' (AP, cf. EM), nō̂kar, -aros n. `Tötenschlaf'
Baltic: *nač-l-ia- m., -iā̃ f.
Germanic: *nag-(V)l=
Latin: nex, necis f. `gewaltsamer Tod, Mord', necāre `töten, vernichten', ē-necāre, -necuī, -nectus `erschöpfen', perniciēs `Verderben, Untergang', interneciēs, -necium `id.'; noceo, nocuī, -itum, -ēre `schaden, Abbruch tun, hinderlich sein; schädigen', noxa f. `Schaden; Schuld; Beweisstuck; Strafe', nocuus, -a `schädlich'; pl. nequālia `dētrīmenta'
Celtic: *nk-u- > OIr ēc `Tod'; Cymr angeu `Tod', Corn ancow `Tod', Bret ankou `Tod'
Russ. meaning: труп покойника; умирать
References: WP II 326
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Baltic etymology :

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Proto-Baltic: *nač-l-ia- m., -iā̃ f.
Meaning: widow
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: našlī̃-s 'Witwer', fem. našlē̃
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Proto-Germanic: *nag(V)l=
Meaning: corpse
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Old Norse: Nagl-far n. `Leichenschiff'
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Pokorny's dictionary :

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Number: 1369
Root: nek̂-
English meaning: death, dying; dead person
German meaning: `leibliche Todesvernichtung'
Derivatives: nek̂u-s `Toter, Leiche'
Material: Ai. naśyati, naśati `geht verloren, verschwindet, vergeht', nāśáyati `macht verschwinden, richtet zugrunde' (dehnstufig gegenüber lat. noceō), av. nasyeiti `verschwindet', Partiz. ai. naṣṭá- `verlorengegangen', av. našta- ds. (= lat. ē-nectus), nasišta- `verderblichst', nas- f. `Not, Unglück' (= lat. nex, gr. νέκ-ταρ, νέκες; ai. -naś Adj.), nasu- `Leichnam, Aas' (= gr. νέκῡς, lat. nequ-ālia; vgl. *n̥k̂u- in air. éc usw.), dehnstufig ai. nāśa- m. `das Zunichtewerden'; gr. νέκες νεκροί Hes. (davon νεκάς `Haufe Leichen', Vorbild δεκάς), νέκῡς, νεκρός `Leichnam', νῶκαρ n. `Trägheit, Todesschlaf'; über νένταρ `Göttertrank' s. Kretschmer Anz. Österr. Akad. 1947, Nr. 4 (zu toch. В ñäkt `Gott'?) und Thieme Studien 5 ff. (`über den Tod hinwegrettend'?); lat. nex, necis f. `Tod, Mord', davon dēnicāles fēriae `de nece purgantes', necō, -āre `töten', ē-nectus `erschöpft', wovon ēnectāre `umbringen, quälen'; perniciēs `Verderben, Untergang', interneciēs, -necium ds.; noceō `schade', s-Konj. noxit; noxa f. `Schaden, Strafe, Schuld'; nequālia `dētrīmenta' (auf Grund des St. nek̂u-); air. ēc, bret. ankou, corn. ancow, cymr. angeu `Tod' (*n̥k̂u-); bret. (Vannes) negein `töten', aisl. Nagl-far `Totenschiff'; toch. A näk- `vergehen', В `vernichten', Med. `vergehen'; über lat. necesse s. unter sed-.
References: WP. II 326, WH. I 153 ff.;
See also: s. auch ank-1 oben S. 45.
Pages: 762
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