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Proto-IE: *leuk-
Meaning: to shine; light, white
Hittite: laluk(k)es- (I) 'hell werden', lalukki- 'hell', lalukkima- c. 'Erleuchtung', luk(k)- (I) 'hell werden, tagen' (Friedrich 126, 130)
Tokharian: A, B luk- 'light up, be illuminated, illuminate' (Adams 556); B lyūke 'light, splendor' (567)
Old Indian: rocate `to shine, be bright'; rocaná- `bright, shining', roká- m. `light, lustre', roci- f. `light, beam, ray', rocá- `shining, radiant', rucá- `bright, radiant', rúci-, rucí- f. `light, splendour', rukmá- m. n. `ornament of gold', rúkmant- `possessed of brightness, shining'; rócas-, rocís- n. `light, lustre, brightness'; {rukṣá- `glänzend'}
Avestan: raočant- `leuchtend'; raočah- n. `Licht, Leuchte, bes. des Himmels', raoxšna- `glänzend', f. `Licht'
Other Iranian: OPers raučah- n. `Licht, Leuchte, bes. des Himmels'
Armenian: lois `Licht', lusin `Mond', lusn `weisser Fleck im Auge', luchanem `zünde an, brenne', aor. luchi
Old Greek: leu̯kó- `hell, klar, weiss', léu̯kǟ f. `der weisse Ausschlag; Weisspappel'; lôu̯sso-n n. `weisser Kern im Tannenholz', amphi-lǘkǟ nǘks `half light, morning twilight', lükó-phōs, -ōtos n. 'twilight', mormo-lü̆́kǟ `bogey, hobgoblin', lüká-bās, -antos m. Zeitangabe unsicherer Bed., gewöhnlich als `Jahr' erklärt, lǘkhno-s, pl. -oi̯/-a m. `(tragbare) Leuchte, Lampe'
Slavic: *lūčь, *lūčjā; *lūnā
Baltic: *laũk-a- adj.
Germanic: *liux=, *laug-í- c., *log-án, *líux-r=, *líux-m-an- m., *liux-s-n-a- adj., *liux-s-a- m., n., *líux-ad-a- n., *lux-t= etc.
Latin: lūx, -cis f. (OLat. m.) `Licht, Glanz; Tages-, Augenlicht; Leben, Heil, Ruhm', lūceo, -ēre, lūxī `leuchten, hell sein', pollūceō, -ēre, -lūxī, -lūctum `auf die Tafel setzen'; lūcidus, -a `lichtvoll, hell'; lūculentus, -a `glänzend, stattlich, ansehnlich', lūcor, -ōris m. `Glanz'; lucerna f. `Leuchte, Lampe', lūcubrāre `bei Licht oder Nacht arbeiten', lūmen, -inis n. (OLat loumen) `Licht, Lichtkorper, Leuchte; Tageslicht, Tag; Augenlicht, Auge', lūna f. `Mond, Mondgöttin, mondförmige Figur', lūstrum, -ī n. `das alle fünf Jahre abgehaltene Sühneopfer; Zeitraum von fünf Jahren'; lūstrāre `reinige, sühne', illūstris `hell erleuchtet in dia Augen fallend, berühmt', lucubrum `Dämmerung'
Other Italic: Osk Lúvkis, Lūcetius `Beiname des Iuppiter', Lūcetia `Beiname der Iuno'; Umbr Vuvc̨is `Lūcius', Vuc̨iia-per `prō Lūciā', Praenest Losna `mond'
Russ. meaning: светить
References: WP II 408 f, Buck 55, 60
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