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Proto-IE: *(e)wegʷhe- <PIH *Hʷ->
Meaning: to speak solemnly, to pray
Hittite: hwek- / huk- (I) 'beschwören, Beschwörung sprechen' (Tischler 255 ff; rather here than to *wekʷ-).
Old Indian: ved. vāghát- `the institutor of a sacrifice'; óhate (also ūhati) `to observe, attend to, hope for, comprehend, reason'
Avestan: rāstarǝ-vaɣǝnti- EN; aog- (aoǰaite, aōxta, aōgǝda) `verkünden, sagen, sprechen, bes. in feierlicher Weise'
Armenian: gog `sage!', gogches `du kannst sagen'+
Old Greek: éu̯khomai̯, aor. éu̯ksasthai̯, prt. êu̯kto, va. -eukto- `laut verkünden, sich rühmen, prahlen; feierlich geloben; flehen, beten', êu̯khos n. `Ruhm', eu̯khǟ́ `Gelübde, Gebet', pl. éu̯gmata n. `Prahlereien; Gelübde, Gebete'; eu̯khetáomai̯ (Hom.) = éu̯khomai̯; ap-, polü-éu̯kheto-
Germanic: *wōg-ō- vb.
Latin: voveo, -ēre, vōvī, vōtum `geloben, feierlich versprechen; erflehen, wünschen'
Other Italic: Umbr vufetes `vōtīvīs', vufru `vōtīvum', Vufiune, Uofione `deō vōtōrum'
Russ. meaning: торжественно говорить, молиться
References: WP I 110
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