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Proto-IE: *leig'h-
Meaning: to lick
Old Indian: léḍhi, réḍhi, riháti, lihati, ptc. rīḍha-, līḍha- `to lick'; leha- m. `licker'
Avestan: 3 pl. raēzaite `sie lecken'
Other Iranian: NPers lištan `lecken'
Armenian: lizum, lizem, lizanem `lecke'
Old Greek: léi̯khō, aor. lêi̯ksai̯ `lecken', líkhno- `naschhaft, lüstern, gefrässig, lecker', likhnéu̯ō `lüstern sein, schwelgen', likhmáomai̯ `lecken, züngeln'
Slavic: *līzātī, *līzjǭ; *lьznǭtī
Baltic: *leĩǯ- (-ja-) vb. tr., *laĩǯ-ī̂- vb.
Germanic: *laig-ō- vb., *(s)likk-ō- vb., *slīk-Vn=
Latin: lingō, -ere, līnxī, līnctum `lecken'
Celtic: Cymr llywu, llyw `lecken', MBret leat `lecken'
Russ. meaning: лизать
References: WP II 400 f
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