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Proto-IE: *dgʷhey-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to disappear, to die
Tokharian: ? A ktsets 'finished, perfect', B ktsaitse 'old (of age' (PT *ktsaitstse) (Adams 242 with doubts)
Old Indian: kṣiṇā́ti, kṣiṇóti, kṣayati `to destroy, corrupt, ruin', ptc. kṣitá-, kṣīná-, pass. kṣīyáte; kṣaya- m. `loss, waste, wane', kṣíti- f. `wane, ruin, destruction'
Avestan: gen. xšyō `Hinschwinden, Elend, Not', inf. xšayō `um zu verderben'
Old Greek: phthínō, phthinúthō, aor. phthī̂sai, att. phthísai̯, ephtímǟn, phthímeno-, éphthithen, pf. med. éphthitai̯, va. phthitó- `hinschwinden, vergehen, umkommen' bzw. `verschwinden machen, verzehren, vernichten'; phthóǟ f. `Schwindsucht', phthísi-s `das Schwinden, Abnehmen, Auzehrung, Schwindsucht'
Latin: situs, -ūs m. `Moder, Schmutz, Schimmel, Rost'; sitis, -is (acc. -im) f. `Durst'
Russ. meaning: исчезать, погибать
References: WP I 505 f
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-tokh,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-greek,piet-lat,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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