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Proto-IE: *ag(')h-
Meaning: to frighten
Old Greek: ákhnümai̯, ákhomai̯, aor. akakhéstai̯, akakhẹ̄̂n, akakhē̂sai̯, pf. akákhēmai̯ `betrübt sein, trauern', akhéu̯ōn, akhéōn `trauernd, ächzend', ákhos n. `Trauer, Leid, Schmerz'
Germanic: *ag-iz- n.; *ag-an- m.; *ōg=
Celtic: OIr āgor, āgur `fürchte', nom. vrb. āigthiu
Russ. meaning: пугать(ся)
References: WP I 40
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