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Proto-IE: *aig-
Meaning: to move fast, to be choppy, agitated
Old Indian: éjati, iṅgati, -e 'to move, tremble, shake, agitate'
Old Greek: pl. âi̯g-es 'Meereswogen', kat-ai̯gí-s (-íd-) 'Sturmwind', áiglǟ 'Glanz'; ? epéi̯gō `drücken, drängen, antreiben; sich drängen, eilen'
Slavic: *jьgrā; ? *obēstь (SrbCr òbijest, Sloven obję̂st 'Mutwille, Ungestüm, Übermut, Frechheit')
Baltic: *aîg-š-t-i- (2?) c., *aig-š-t-u- adj.
Germanic: *aik=
Russ. meaning: быстро двигать(ся), волноваться, бушевать
References: WP I 8
piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-greek,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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