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Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-Dravidian : *k̂ā-
Meaning : to go
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Proto-South Dravidian: *sā-
Proto-Telugu : *cā-g-
Proto-North Dravidian : *kā-
Brahui : kā-
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South Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-South Dravidian : *sā-
Meaning : to go, proceed
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : cāy (-v-, -nt-)
Tamil meaning : to march in crowds, happen, succeed
Kannada : sāgu
Kannada meaning : to go, move forward, proceed, advance, continue in time, last, come upon with grievous effect (as trouble), be brought about, achieved, or accomplished
Kannada derivates : sāgu, sāga advance, improvement, cultivation, tillage; sāgavaḷi, sāguvaḷi cultivation; sāgisu to cause to go or go on, carry on, cause to proceed or advance, perform or do, conduct, carry on, manage, convey, sustain, maintain, foster, nourish, cultivate
Tulu : sāguni
Tulu meaning : to proceed, progress (as work), be dispatched (as goods), move forward, advance
Tulu derivates : sāgu prosecution, progress, as of work; sāgāvuni to expedite (as work), send, dispatch (as goods), do a thing perfunctorily; sāguvaḷi, sāgoḷi, sāgvaḷi farming, tillage, cultivation of land
Proto-Nilgiri : *Sāg-
Number in DED : 2430
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Nilgiri etymology :

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Proto-Nilgiri : *Sāg-
Meaning : (man) becomes old, (span of time) is past, (disease) is cured, (possessions) are moved from one house to another
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : cāg- (cāyg-)
Additional forms : Also Kota cāgc- (cāgc-) to live, shift (possessions) from one house to another
Number in DED : 2430
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Telugu etymology :

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Proto-Telugu : *cā-g-
Meaning : to go on, proceed, get on, advance, continue, last, be successful, be effective, take effect; n. cultivation, tillage
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Telugu : cāgu
Dialectal forms (1) : sāgu
Additional forms : Also sāgincu to conduct, carry on, proceed with, continue; sāgubaḍi cultivation, tillage
Notes : Telugu forms with s- borrowed from Kannada.
Number in DED : 2430
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North Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-North-Dravidian : *kā-
Meaning : to go
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Kurukh : kānā (past keras, fut. kālos, kāos; imper. kalā; gerund kālā) "to go, lead to (as a road), progress favourably, go on, continue, perish, pass (of time), come to an end, (stomach) has diarrhoea, bring oneself to, be able to
Malto : kāle "(no past tense) to go, come to"
Number in DED : 1419
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Brahui etymology :

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Brahui : kā-
Meaning : (pres. indef. kāv, kās, kāe, kān, kāre, kār; pres.fut. kāva, kāsa, kāik, kāna, kāre, kāra; kāmbo let us (incl.) go) "to go, depart, etc." (see hi-n-ing)
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Number in DED : 1419
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Nostratic etymology :

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Eurasiatic: *gVwV / *gwVjV (?)
Meaning: to go, follow
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *gʷā- (cf. also *gewa-, *gwā- ?)
Altaic: *gŏ̀bè ( ~ -o) (cf. also *kḕju)
Uralic: *kijV (*küjV) (cf. also *kujV , *käwV )
Dravidian: *k̂ā- (?)
References: ND 842 *k[ü]ʡa 'to go, advance, follow' (+ Cush.).
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *gʷā-
Meaning: to go, to leave
Old Indian: jígāti, aor. ágāt `to go, approach, go after'; gā́tra- n. `limb, body'; gātú- m. `going, motion; way, course'; ví-gāman- n. `step, pace, stride', uru-gāyá- `making large strides'
Avestan: inj. gāt_ `er wird hinkommen', gāman- n. `Schritt'; gāya-, acc. gāim `Schritt'; gātu- m. `Ort, Platz; Liegerstadt, Sessel, Thron'
Other Iranian: OPers gāɵu- {'going, motion'}
Old Greek: bái̯nō, ipv. báske, -te `auf!', caus. bibáskō, bíbǟmi, bibáō, ptc. bibā́s (lakon. 3 pl. bíbanti), aor. ébǟn, pf. bébǟka, va. bató- `gehen'; bǟ̂ma n. `Tritt'; bǟó-s `Türschwelle'; bébai̯o- `fest, sicher, standhaft'; adv. bádǟn `Schritt für Schritt, langsam'; bathmó-s m. `Stufe, Ehrenstufe, Schwelle usw.', báthrǟ f., báthro-n n. `Grund(lage), Stufe, Sitz, Fussgestell'; bási-s `Schritt, Gang, Grund, Boden; Grundlage'; batḗr m. `Schwelle, Basis etc.'; -bátǟ-s; pl. em-bádes f. N. sandalenartiger Schuhe aus Filz od. Leder; bōmó-s m. `Stufe, (Wagen)gestell, Alter'
Slavic: *gātь
Baltic: *gā̂- (1) vb., *gā̂-j-u-m-a- (1) c.
Albanian: ngā `ich laufe'
Russ. meaning: идти, уходить
References: WP I 675
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Vasmer's dictionary :

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Word: гать
Near etymology: ж., гати́ть "прокладывать вязанками хвороста (дорогу)", укр. гат -- то же, гати́ти, др.-русск. гать "agger", сербохорв. га̑т "дамба, запруда", словен. gȃt м. -- то же, чеш. hat ж. "гать", польск. gać ж. "кустарник, хворост", в.-луж. hat м., н.-луж. gat "пруд".
Further etymology: Возм., связано с гай; см. Бернекер 1, 296; Mi. EW 60; Мука, Mat. i Pr. 1, 441. Другие допускают родство с греч. βαίνω "иду", ἕβην, лат. veniō, др.-инд. gātùṣ "дорога", авест. gātu- "место", с первонач. знач. "проход (через болото)"; см. Махек, LF 51, 240 и сл.; Брюкнер, KZ 46, 233; Нога, ZfslPh 5, 214. Неприемлемо сближение с др.-инд. ghaṭanam "junctio", вопреки Маценауэру, LF 7, 177. Сомнительно также сравнение Брюкнера (KZ 45, 49) с русск. га́чи мн. "штаны" и родственными.
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Baltic etymology :

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Proto-Baltic: *gā̂- (1) vb., *gā̂-j-u-m-a- (1) c.
Meaning: go
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: gãju prt. (Lett. Gr. #683b) `ich ging', gãjums `vollendete Gang; esultat des Ganges; Lebenslauf'
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Pokorny's dictionary :

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Number: 701
Root: gʷā-, gʷem-
English meaning: to go, come
German meaning: `gehen, kommen; zur Welt kommen, geboren werden'
Derivatives: gʷm̥-ti-s f., gʷem-tu-s m. `Gang, Schritt', Verbaladjektiv gʷm̥-to-s
Material: Ai. jí--ti `geht' (= gr. *βίβησι, vgl. lak. 3. Sg. βίβαντι, hom. Partiz. βιβά̄ς `mit großen Schritten einhergehend', dazu auch hom. βιβάσθων), Aor. á-gā-m `ich kam hin, ging weg' (av.Injunkt. gāt̃ `er wird hinkommen') = arm. kam `stehe', gr. ἔβην, dor. ἔβᾱν `ich machte mich auf, ging';

    ai. gā́tram `Glied, Körper'; gātú-ḥ `Gang, Weg, Raum, Ort', av. gātu-š `Ort, Liegerstatt, Sessel, Thron', apers. gāɵu ds.; ai. ví-gāman- n. `Schritt' (pr̥thú-pra-gāman- `weiterschreitend'; vgl. gāmin- `gehend', Weiterbildung eines o-St. gāma-), av. gā-man- n. `Schritt', ai. gāya-m `Schritt' in uru-gāyá- `weiterschreitend, weit' (vom Weg), av. gāya- (Akk. gāim) `Schritt' (mit Formans -ya-);

    arm. kam `stehe' ( : gr. ἔβην);

    gr. *βίβησι, βιβά̄ς, ἔβην s. oben; βηταρμός `Tanz', βητάρμων `Tänzer' (aus *βᾱτος oder *βᾱτᾱ `das Fußaufsetzen' + ἄρμα `Gefüge'); ἀμφισβητέω, ion. ἀμφισβᾱτέω `streite' (`nach zwei Seiten auseinandergehend'), βη̃μα n. `Schritt' ablautend βωμός m. `Tritt, Stufe, Gestell, Altar'; Infinitiv βήμεναι; βηλός m. `Türschwelle'; βέβηλος, dor. βέβᾱλος, kyren. βάβᾱλος `betretbar, ungeweiht' (Gegensatz von ἄβατος `unvergänglich, heilig'); tiefstufig βέβαιος `sicher' (*gut gangbar); βάδην Adv. `im Schritt'; βάδος m. `Weg', βαθμός m. `Stufe, Schwelle, Schritt', βάθρον `Grundlage', ἐμβάτης `Männerschuh';

    alb. ngā `ich laufe' (*ga-ni̯ō);

    lit. dial. góti `gehen'; lett. gāju (Prät. zu iêt) `ich ging' (setzt ein Präs. *gāi̯ō voraus, dessen j präsensbildend sein wird), davon weiter gâjums `Gang, Reihe'; gàita `Gang' (mit analogischem ai, Endzelin Lett. Gr. S. 678); gātis Pl. `Fluglöcher der Bienen'; lit. próga `Gelegenheit, Frist' (Präfix *prō̆ + ); lit. gãtvė `Straße, Viehtrift', lett. gatva `Weg, Durchgang' sind germ. Lw.

    Vielleicht hierher auch die kelt. Worte für `sterben' (als `fortgehen', ἐκ βροτω̃ν βη̃ναι), wie air. baĩd `stirbt' (*bā-a-ti aus *gʷā-), at-bath `starb' (*-gʷǝ-t . .), bath `Tod' = cymr. bad `Pest', bret. bad `Betäubung', corn. bad-us `wahnsinnig'; air. bās `Tod' ist nach gnās `Gewohnheit' usw. gebildet. Trotz Thurneysen Gr. pp. 547, 728 ist ein Stamm bā̆s- nicht nachzuweisen; s. richtiger Pedersen Litteris 2. 89 f.

    2. gʷem-:

    Unthematisch *(e)-gʷem-t (> *e-gʷen-t), -gʷm̥-té, -gʷm-ent im ai. Aor. ágan, gan (g für j nach Formen mit ursprünglichem *gʷm̥-, *gʷm-; 1. Sg. ágamam), ágata (*gʷm̥-), ágman, ágmata; gthav. 3. Sg. Inj. uz-jǝ̄n, 3. Pl. gǝmǝn;

    arm. 3. Sg. ekn `er kam' (= ai. ágan); über die noch unklare 1. Sg. eki, 3. Pl. ekin siehe Meillet Esquisse 134 f.;

    gr. βάτην 3. Du., ὑπέρβᾰσαν 3. Pl. wohl zur Wurzelf. *gʷā-;

    Konj. *gʷemeti in ai. gám-at, -anti, gthav. jamaiti, jimaiti; Opt. gʷm̥-i̯ēt in ai. gamyāt, av. jamyāt̃, ap. jamjāh (j für g aus Formen mit hochstufigem idg. *gʷem-); ags. cyme s. unten;

    thematisch: hochstufig ai. gámati, av. jamaiti `geht' (ai. gamáyati `läßt kommen, führt herbei', av. jāmayeiti `bringt zum Weichen'), tiefstufig ai. (Opt. Aor.) gamḗt, gamḗma, gamemahi, wohl auch Aor. ágamat; Perf. ja-gā́ma `ich ging' (vgl. got. 1. Pl. qemum); av. frā-ɣmat̃ (gthav.-gǝmat̃) `er kam hinzu', apers. a-gmatā;

    osk. kúmbened `convenit', cebnust (aus *ce-benust) `(huc) vēnerit', umbr. benust, benurent `venerit, -int'; lat. Konj. advenam (über n für m s. unten; vielleicht mit analogischem -en- nach den Formen wie lat. veniō, ventum, vēnī);

    got. qiman (Prät. qam, 1. Pl. qemum: ai. 1. Sg. Perf. ja-gāma), ahd. queman und (tiefstufig?)coman = ags. cuman, anord. kōma `kommen'; ags. Konj. Präter. (alter Optat.) cyme (*gʷem-ī-t);

    toch. A käm-, kum-, В käm-, kam-, śem `kommen'.

    i̯o-Präsens *gʷm-i̯ṓ in gr. βαίνω `gehe' (Fut. βήσομαι usw.), lat. veniō `komme' mit sehr altem Wandel von -mi̯- zu -ni̯-; nach Schwyzer Gr. Gr. I 309 könnte das n auch von Formen wie av. jantu (*gʷem-tu-), arm. ekn (*e-gʷem-t) bezogen sein; zu vēnimus stimmt got. qemum;

    sk̂o-Präsens *gʷm̥-skṓ: ai. gácchati, av. jasaiti `er geht', gr. βάσκε `geh! komm!' toch. A kumnäš `er kommt', Med. kumnästär, В känmasträ.

    Verbaladjektiv: ai. gatá- `gegangen', av. gata- ds., gr. βατός `gangbar' (*gʷm̥-to-s), lat. in-ventus.

    Andere Nominalbildungen:

    ai. gáti-ḥ f. `Gang', av. aiwi-gati- `das Herbeikommen = Eintreten, Beginnen', gr. βάσις f. `Schritt; Grundlage' (*gʷm̥-ti-s), lat. con-venti-ō `Zusammenkunft', got. gaqumþs `Zusammenkunft' (*-gʷm̥-tis), anord. samkund f. ds., ahd. cumft, nhd. Ankunft; ai. gántu- m. `Gang, Weg', lat. adventus, -ūs `Ankunft'; got. qums `Ankunft' (*gʷem-is), ags. cyme, ahd. cumi; ai. gamya- `wohin man gehen kann oder soll', osk. kúmbennieís Gen. `conventūs'; ahd. biquāmi `bequem' (vgl. `bekömmlich'), ags. gecwēme `angenehm, passend', anord. kvǣmr `zum Kommen berechtigt oder imstande'; kvāma f. `Kommen, Besuch', kōma ds.;

    toch. A kum-, AB kam-, A käm-, В śem- `kommen', A kumnǝṣ, Med. kumnǝṣtǝr `kommt', A kakmu, В kekamu `gekommen'.

    Mit einer Bed.-Entwicklung `(zur Welt) kommen' = `geboren werden':

    av. ni-jāmayeinti `sie bringen zum Gebären' (*ni-jāma- `Geburt');

    gr. ἐ-βάθη ἐγεννέθη Hes.;

    alban. pre-gjim `Gastmahl bei der Erstgeburt';

    lit. gemù, gim̃ti `geboren werden' = lett. dzemu, dzìmt ds., lit. gìmstu (zum Akzent siehe Schulze KZ. 45, 230) = lett. dzìmstu ds., lit. giminė̃ `Familie', gỹmis `Geburt', gãmas `Angeborenes', Kausat. gamìnti `Kinder erzeugen, Vieh züchten', lett. dzìmts `angeboren, erbgehörig, leibeigen', dzìmša `Geburt' = apr. gimsenin Akk. Sg. `Geburt', apr. gemton `gebären', gemmons Partiz. Perf. `geboren'.

References: WP. I 675 ff., Meillet Esquisse2 134 f., Schwyzer Gr. Gr. I 309, 689, 7423, 7072, Trautmann 76, Pedersen Toch. 170 ff., 221, 234.
Pages: 463-465
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Altaic etymology :

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Proto-Altaic: *gŏ̀bè ( ~ -o)
Nostratic: Nostratic
Meaning: to search, hunt
Russian meaning: искать, охотиться
Turkic: *Kob-
Mongolian: *guji-
Tungus-Manchu: *gob-
Japanese: *kǝ̀p-
Comments: KW 156, Владимирцов 160, 272, Poppe 24, 49, Ozawa 202-203, Miller 1985, 145, АПиПЯЯ 81.
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Turkic etymology :

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Proto-Turkic: *Kob-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to follow, chase
Russian meaning: преследовать, гнаться
Karakhanid: qov- (MK)
Turkish: kov-
Tatar: quw-
Middle Turkic: qov- (AH), qaw- (Бор. Бад.)
Uzbek: qaw- (dial.), quw-
Azerbaidzhan: Gov-
Turkmen: qov-
Oyrat: qū-
Chuvash: xu-, xъv-
Kirghiz: qū-, qubala-
Kazakh: quw-
Noghai: quw-
Bashkir: qɨw-
Balkar: quw-
Gagauz: qū-
Karaim: quw-
Karakalpak: quw-
Kumyk: quw-
Comments: ЭСТЯ 6, 9-10, VEWT 275, Федотов 2, 315-316. The Karakh. derivative qovdaq 'greedy' (although scarcely attested) is a probable source of WMong. qobduɣ 'greedy', see Clark 1977, 147.
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Mongolian etymology :

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Proto-Mongolian: *guji-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to search, ask
Russian meaning: искать, просить
Written Mongolian: ɣuju- (L 365), ɣuji-
Middle Mongolian: qu'iu (HY 39), quju- (SH), quj- (IM), ɣuj(ă)- (MA)
Khalkha: guj-
Buriat: guj-
Kalmuck: ɣū-, ɣǖ-
Ordos: guj-
Dongxian: Goji-
Baoan: Gui-
Dagur: goi- (Тод. Даг. 132), guai-
Monguor: Gwǝ̄rla- 'demander avec instance, prier, mendier' (SM 124)
Comments: KW 156.
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Tungus etymology :

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Proto-Tungus-Manchu: *gob-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to hunt
Russian meaning: охотиться
Evenki: goɣ-, gowǯo-
Even: gobǯa-
Negidal: gobǯo-
Orok: Gobdo-
Oroch: gobǯono-
Comments: ТМС 1, 157.
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Japanese etymology :

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Proto-Japanese: *kǝ̀p-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to ask, beg
Russian meaning: просить, умолять, выпрашивать
Old Japanese: kop-
Middle Japanese: kòf-
Tokyo: kó-
Kyoto: kò-
Kagoshima: kò-
Comments: JLTT 714.
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Uralic etymology :

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Number: 305
Proto: *kijV (*küjV)
> Nostratic: > Nostratic
English meaning: to follow
German meaning: folgen, vefolgen
Komi (Zyrian): ki̮j- (SP), køj.- (PO) 'fangen', ki̮je̮d- (S) 'belauern, verfolgen, auflauern'
Khanty (Ostyak): köj- (V) 'суетиться, шнырять взад-вперед'
Mansi (Vogul): küj- (TJ), koǟj- (KU P), koj- (So.) 'folgen, verfolgen'
Hungarian: követ- 'folgen, nachfolgen, verfolgen; (altung.) erreichen, erlangen'
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Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-Dravidian : *k̂ā-
Meaning : to go
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Proto-South Dravidian: *sā-
Proto-Telugu : *cā-g-
Proto-North Dravidian : *kā-
Brahui : kā-
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Long-range etymologies :

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Borean (approx.) : KVJV
Meaning : to go
Eurasiatic : *gVwV / *gwVjV (?)
Afroasiatic : *gay-
Sino-Caucasian : ST *Kha 'go, come'
Amerind (misc.) : *ko 'go' (R 313), *ʔaka 'go' (314)
African (misc.) : Bantu *-gè- 'to go'.
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Afroasiatic etymology :

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Proto-Afro-Asiatic: *gay-
Meaning: move
Borean etymology: Borean etymology
Semitic: *gVyVʔ- 'come, run'
Western Chadic: *gay- 'go away'
Central Chadic: *gway- 'enter' 1, 'follow' 2, 'return' 3
East Chadic: *giy- 'come'
Saho-Afar: *gay- 'arrive'
Low East Cushitic: *gay-
High East Cushitic: *ge(ʔ)- < *gay- 'arrive'
South Cushitic: Irq gow- 'run away'
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Semitic etymology :

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Number: 434
Proto-Semitic: *gVyVʔ-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'come, run'
Arabic: gyʔ [-i-]
Geʕez (Ethiopian): gʷayya 'run', gʷagʷǝʔa 'to hurry, rush, flee'
Soqotri: ge 'to flee, hurry'7
Notes: LGz 209; the Arb. verb LGz 209; the Arb. verb not compared; cf. also DRS 107.
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West Chadic etymology :

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Proto-WChadic: *gay-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'run away' 1, 'gallop' 2, 'enter' 3
Bolewa: gay 2 [LkB]
Karekare: guy 1 [LkK]
Dera=Kanakuru: gai [NmK]
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Central Chadic etymology :

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Proto-CChadic: *gway-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 1 'enter', 2 'return' , 3 'walk'
Kilba: gwà- 1 [Kr: 96]
Margi: gwa 1 [Kr: 125]
Glavda: gwìyà2 [Kr: 102]
Buduma=Yedina: gya 2 [??]
Musgu: ga 3 [Luk]
Masa: gɔio 1 [Kr: 170]
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East Chadic etymology :

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Proto-EChadic: *giy-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'come'
Kabalai: gìyǝ [Cp]
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Saho-Afar etymology :

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Proto-Saho-Afar: *gay-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'arrive'
Afar (Danakil): gay-
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Low East Cushitic etymology :

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High East Cushitic etymology :

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Proto-High East Cushitic: *ge(ʔ)- < *gay-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'arrive'
Darasa (Gedeo): ge-
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