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Proto-IE: *kaik-
Meaning: blind, blind in one eye
Old Indian: kekara- `squint-eyed'
Germanic: *xai[x]-a- adj.
Latin: caecus, -a `blind, unsichtbar, dunkel, ziellos'; cacilia f. `Blindschleiche'
Celtic: OIr caech `einäugig'; Cymr coeg `vacuus, deficiens', coegdall `einäugig', OCorn cuic `luocus vel monophthalmus'; MIr leth-chaech `schielend'
Russ. meaning: слепой, одноглазый
References: WP I 328
piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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