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Proto-IE: *sek-, *sēik-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to cut
Slavic: *sḗktī, *sēkǭ; *sekɨ̄́rā, *sēčīvo
Baltic: *sē̂k- vb. tr.
Germanic: *sag-ṓ(n-) f., *sag-i- c., *sig-Vs-n-ō(n-) f., *sig-l-a-; *sax-a- n., *sak-s-a- n., *sōk=, *sig-i-ɵ-ō f.
Latin: secō, -āre, -uī, -ctum `schneiden, abschneiden, mähen', segmen, -inis n. `Abschnitt', segmentum n. `id.', secespita f. `Opfermesser', secūris, -is f. `Beil', sēcula f. `kleine Sichel'; sacēna f. `die Haue des Pontifex'
Other Italic: Umbr prusekatu `prōsecātō', proses̀etir `prōsectīs', prusec̨ia `prōsiciās'
Celtic: *to-in-sek-, *in-sek- > OIr se(i)che `Haut, Fell', MIr tescaid `schneidet, beisst', Ir teascaidh `schneidet, beisst'; ēiscidh `haut ab'
Russ. meaning: резать
References: WP II 474 f
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-ital,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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