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Proto-Baltic: *mak-ā̂n-iā̃ f., *mak-n-jā̂ f., *mā̃k- vb. tr., *mā̂k-ō̂n-ia- (1) c., -jā̂ (1) f., *mā̂k-ul-ia- (1) c.
Meaning: wet, marsh, puddle
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Lithuanian: makénti, -ḗti, mak(n)ṓti `in sumpfigem Boden herumwaten, durch Strassenkot waten, in einen Sumpf, in tiefen Kot hineinwaten, hineintappen, -patschen', makṓnē `Sumpf, Morast, Pfütze'
Lettish: makn̨a `Sumpf, moorige Stelle'; mãkuônis, mãkuõnis, mâkuônis2, màkuonis, mãkuôn̨a, màkuon̨a `Wolke'; mãkulis, mākul̨a 'Wolke'; màktiês `sich bewolken'
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *mak-
Meaning: wet
Armenian: mōr `Kot, Schlamm, Sumpf' (< *mā̆k-ro-)
Slavic: *mokrъ, *moknǭtī, *močītī, *mākātī; *močь, *močā
Baltic: *mak-ā̂n-iā̃ f., *mak-n-jā̂ f., *mā̃k- vb. tr., *mā̂k-ō̂n-ia- (1) c., -jā̂ (1) f., *mā̂k-ul-ia- (1) c.
Latin: mācerō, -āre `weiche ein, mache mürbe, beize, wässere'
Russ. meaning: мокрый
References: WP II 224
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Vasmer's dictionary :

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Word: мо́крый,
Near etymology: мокр, мо́кро, мокра́, укр. мо́крий, блр. мо́кры, др.-русск., ст.-слав. мокръ ὑγρός (Супр.), болг. мо́кър, сербохорв. мо̏кар, мо̏кра, словен. mókǝr, mókra, чеш. mokrý, польск., в.-луж. mokry, н.-луж. mоkšу. Сюда же моча́, мо́кнуть.
Further etymology: Родственно лит. makonė "лужа", maklỹnė ж. "грязь", maknóti, maknóju "идти по грязи", į̃maku, įmakė́ti "входить в болото", далее ирл. mōin "болото, топь"; см. Траутман, ВSW 167; Стокс 197; Бернекер 2, 70; Уленбек, Aind. Wb. 208.
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Pokorny's dictionary :

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Number: 1213
Root: mā̆k-1
English meaning: damp, to soak
German meaning: `naß; feuchten'
Material: Arm. mōr `Kot, Schlamm, Sumpf' (*mā̆k-ri-); alb. makë `Leim, Haut auf Flüssigkeiten';

    lit. makonė `Pfütze', makénti, maknóti `durch Kot waten', wohl auch lett. mākuônis `Bewölkung, dunkle Wolke', apmàktiês `sich umwölken';

    abg. mokrъ `naß, feucht', močǫ, -iti `βρέχειν', russ. móknutь `naß werden', močitь, Iterat. máčivatь `naß machen, anfeuchten', močá `Urin', močag `feuchter, sumpfiger Ort'; vgl. ligur. FlN Macra, span. FlN Magro;

    dehnstufig slav. *makajǫ, *makati in čech. mákati, máčeti `nässen', usw.

References: WP. II 224 f., Berneker II 8, 69 f., Trautmann 167.
Pages: 698
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