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Proto-IE: *kat-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: hut, shed
Avestan: kata- m. 'Kammer, Vorratskammer, Keller od. dgl.'
Other Iranian: NPers kad 'Haus'
Slavic: *kotъ, *kotьcь
Germanic: *xáɵ-Vr-a n., *xḗɵ-iōn- f.
Latin: ? casa f. `Häuschen, Hütte (aus Laub, Stroh, fürs Vieh), Baracke, Lagerhütte'; ? catēna f. `Kette, Fessel, Klammerhölzer', cassis, -is m. `Jägergarn, Netz, Spinngewebe'; ? castrum, -ī `mit Mauern oder Schanzen umgebener Ort, Fort'
Celtic: Cymr cader `saeptum, castrum, locus munitus'; OIr cathir `Stadt'
Russ. meaning: хижина, сарай, загородка
References: WP I 338
Comments: Some confusion with *kat- 'troop'.
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